Upcoming Meetings
2021-2022 Selectboard Meeting Schedule

Roxbury Selectboard Meeting
The next regular meeting of the Selectboard will take place at 7:00PM on Monday, June 6th, 2022 in the Community Hall. Agenda 06-06-2022.

Local Talent Exhibit July 3rd
We are opening our Local Talent Exhibit to all local area artists, craftpersons and makers. Items are not for sale, but you can be there and demo your work if you wish. Contact Mary Bouchard for the sign-up form.

2022 Meeting Minutes Posted
Selectboard: DRAFT Minutes of 05-16, 05-02 meetings. Approved Minutes of 04-04.
Roxbury Park Dev. Cmte.: DRAFT Minutes of 05-12 meeting, Minutes of 04-21, 03-23 meetings.
Board of Health: Minutes of the Board of Health are listed on the Selectboard Minutes page.
Board of Listers: Minutes of the 05-05 Annual Meeting.
Planning Commission:

Roxbury VT Fire Dept. holds two COVID-19 vaccine clinics at the Fire Station, 1726 Roxbury Road (VT Rte 12A), Roxbury VT.
Mon. May 16: 10AM-5PM
Wed. June 1: 10AM-5PM
Bring vaccine card. Masks required. no insurance necessary.

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic on June 1st, 2022
Wednesday, June 1: 10am – 5pm.
Where: Roxbury Fire Station, 1726 Roxbury Road, Roxbury VT.

The Roxbury Volunteer Fire Department holds their second COVID-19 vaccination clinic.
Boosters and vaccines available for Moderna, J&J and Pfizer. Event is free.
Bring your vaccine card. Masks are required. No insurance necessary.

East Roxbury Cemetery Cleanup
Jonathan Tenney of East Roxbury and Boy Scout Troop 729 recently completed an Eagle Scout community service project at East Roxbury Cemetery. Wade Holt, whose property abuts the Cemetery, was invaluable. The results are amazing. More…

Drift Farmstead, 324 Webster Road, Roxbury VT holds a Open House and Open Studio Weekend, May 28-29. Music, mushroom workshops, tours, artists Linda Maney and Josh Axelrod open studios. Local donut pop-up social and more.

Fulltime Highway Crew Member Wanted
The Town of Roxbury seeks applications for a Fulltime Highway Crew Member. Position will remain open until filled. The Town of Roxbury is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Qualifications: CDL Class B License and equipment operating experience a plus.
Excellent Benefits
Starting pay based upon experience

Interested individuals may obtain an application at the Town Clerk’s Office: 802-485-7840.
1664 Roxbury Road | PO Box 53
Roxbury, VT 05669

Construction in Braintree Affecting VT Rte 12A
There will be construction on Route 12 in Braintree. Rte 12 will be closed and traffic will be diverted to Route 12A. Rte 12 in Braintree will be closed for about twenty-eight days.

CVPRC Starts Ash Tree Inventory in Roxbury
Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission has started an Ash Tree Inventory in the Town’s right-of-way. It will identify trees by diameter and whether they are in a utility right-of-way. This is to stave off potential Emerald Ash Borer damage to vulnerable ash trees in the right-of-way.

Position Open on the Board of Listers
The Town of Roxbury has an open position for a Lister. The Town of Roxbury Board of Listers provide and manage property assessment information and oversee the reappraisal process as required.
If you are interested, please contact the Town Office at 802-485-7840.

2022 Dog Licenses
The deadline to license your pooches was April 1st. Fees are now $11./per neutered dog and $17./per unneutered dog. Vermont law states that dogs must be licensed yearly, or face fines of up to $500. and/or the dog(s) being impounded and destroyed.

Avian Flu In Vermont
Cases of Avian Influenza (AI, aka Bird Flu) has been found in Vermont in wild birds. Bird watchers, rehabilitators, bird banders, and hunters need to be careful when in contact with wild birds. The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Dept. (VTF&W) has a webpage which outlines steps to report possible cases of AI to wildlife managers.

Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)
Emerald Ash Borer has been discovered in Berlin and is already in Northfield. EAB is an invasive insect that attacks and kills 99% all 3 species of ash found in Vermont. Roxbury Roxbury is now in the ‘Slow The Spread‘ area. Monitor your ash trees. Buy local wood to burn. We have a section on EAB on the Home Page and under our page, Nature/Conservation Resources.