112 Town Garage Rd | Roxbury VT 05669
Roxbury Road Commissioner
Town Garage Staff
Loren Bent (Foreman)
Clarence Baker (per diem)
Position Open: Fulltime Highway Crew Member
The Town of Roxbury seeks applications for a Fulltime Highway Crew Member. Ad posting.
Qualifications: CDL Class B License and equipment operating experience a plus.
Starting pay based upon experience
Interested individuals may obtain an application at the Town Clerk’s Office:
1664 Roxbury Road | PO Box 53
Roxbury, VT 05669
or by calling 485-7840 or emailing email@example.com. Position will remain open until filled.
The Town of Roxbury is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The staff of the Roxbury Town Garage are responsible for the maintenance of all roads in the towns of Roxbury and East Roxbury. Most of these roads are unpaved and on steep, winding hills, making grading and plowing a challenge.
Two full-time staff and one per-diem staff work tirelessly, and often at all hours, to keep Roxbury’s roads in shape and up to VDOT code. The Town of Roxbury is required to ensure it complies with the Towns Bridges and Roads Standards and it is signed off annually.
Major culvert replacement project at the Roxbury Town Line on Warren Mountain Road is complete. Smaller culverts are due to be replaced at a later date. Minimal traffic impact is expected.
Roadwork is ongoing on West Hill Road, where the Road Commissioner is installing culverts and stone ditches on either side.
Mowing and Grading
Mowing and grading of the roads in ongoing. Recent rains mean that roads need extra TLC and our team is working overtime to get the roads back in shape.
Warren Mountain Road near Webster Road/Slope Project Completed
The project has been awarded to Neil Daniels, Inc. Guardrails are in place on Warren Mountain Road near the railroad tracks and Town Garage Road. Town Garage staff completed all ditching and berming work Most of the project is complete, and was completed finished in the May 2021.
The Town received a grant from the Federal Highway Administration Emergency Relief Program in 2019. The work was done on Warren Mountain Road. The purpose of the project was to permanently repair and stabilize a slope area near Webster Road.