Annual Town Meeting: Roxbury VT

2020 Town Meeting

Roxbury’s Town Meeting was held in the Town Hall (Roxbury Village School), on Tuesday 3rd March, 2020. Voting in the Presidential Primary was also held.

2020 Roxbury Town Meeting DRAFT Minutes

2020 RESULTS – Roxbury Town Meeting / 2020 Presidential Primary

Roxbury Elected Officers Results
Montpelier-Roxbury School District Results
Non-Profit Results – Articles 12-29
2020 VT Presidential Primary Results


2020 Town Meeting Warning
2020 School Warning
2020 SAMPLE Town Meeting Ballot


Vermont My Voter page. The Secretary of State’s “go to” page for all things relating to your vote.Register to Vote, check the status of your registration and more.

VERMONT ALLOWS SAME-DAY VOTER REGISTRATION, if you meet various criteria. See the Town Clerk and staff.


About the Annual Town Meeting

Vermont is the only state which allows its citizens direct participation in the governing of their town. About 40 towns participate in this process. Town Meeting Day is a State Holiday and occurs annually on the first Tuesday in March.

Citizens of the Town of Roxbury VT meet each year to decide on various items pertaining to the running of the Town, and elects its town officials. Roxbury uses two voting methods: floor vote and Australian Ballot.

For 2020, the new tabulator machine will be used for all articles requiring a vote by Australian Ballot.

Reports by Town Officers, approval of monies necessary for town maintenance, taxes, and election of Town Officers and Montpelier-Roxbury School District offices are some of the items discussed and voted on. Non-residents cannot participate in Town Meetings.

For more information on Town Meetings in Vermont:
VT Secretary of State Town Meeting page
Citizen Guide to Vermont Town Meetings (PDF)
VT Voter Bill of Rights (PDF)


VOTING FOR MONTPELIER-ROXBURY SCHOOL DISTRICT POSITIONS

As a result of the merger, three (3) positions must be voted on at the Town Meeting:
School District Clerk, School District Treasurer, and School District Moderator. Thirty (30) signatures by legal voters of Montpelier and Roxbury are required on the petitions for these positions.