ROXBURY TOWN OFFICE
1664 Roxbury Road | PO Box 53
Roxbury VT 05669-0053
Masks highly recommended inside the Office.
Tammy Legacy, MMC, Town Clerk
Britney Pombar, Asst. Town Clerk
Winter Hours: Sept. 27 – May TBD
Tues. – Friday
Records research by appointment only.
Tax Instalment Due November 12th, 2021
The next installment of property taxes is due on Friday, Nov. 12th no later than 5PM. The Town Office will be open until 5PM on Wed. Nov 10th – Fri. Nov 12th. There is also a secure drop-box in front of the office.
2021-2022 Selectboard Meeting Schedule
Roxbury VT Selectboard Meeting
The next regular meeting of the Selectboard will be held in the Roxbury Community Hall on Monday, Nov. 1st, 2021 at 7PM.
Agenda: 11-01-2021 (Agenda items can be subject to late changes).
Roxbury Auditors Meeting
The Auditors will meet in the Town Office on Wednesday, Oct. 20th, 2021 from 9AM – 12PM.
Roxbury Town Plan Draft Document Available
The draft version of the 2021 Roxbury Town Plan is now available on the website under Government/Roxbury Town Reports.
Newsy! Newsy! Read All About It!
The Oct. – Dec. issue of our very own Roxbury Newsy is out! Click here for the latest edition. (PDF reader software is required to view this document).
Meeting Minutes Posted
Selectboard: DRAFT Minutes of 10-04, 09-20-2021, 09-07-2021.
Bd. of Civil Authority: Minutes of 09-06-2021 Meeting.
Planning Commission: Minutes of 10-14-2021 Public Hearing (REVISED)
Black Bear Hunt Season On Now
Be hunter aware. Hunting orange is the fashion color for Fall in Vermont. Make sure your dogs have an orange safety collar on when outside. Roxbury Country Store is a Big-Game Station. Regs. on bear hunting, click here or pick up the 2021 Hunting/Fishing Reg. magazines in the Country Store.
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 if you can. Buy local wood to burn. We have a section on EAB on the Home Page and under our page, Nature/Conservation Resources.