Town of Clarendon Vermont
Welcome to our website. Here you will find information pertaining to the town of Clarendon Vermont. **It is up to the individual boards to submit their 'draft' minutes and their 'approved' minutes to the Town Clerk who will post them, the same day they are received, on the website.**
Clarendon Town Offices
5/18/2020: The Clarendon Town Offices are not open regular business hours but when the town clerk is here, the doors are open. Appointments are available for researchers. See this Clarendon notice for more info.
Dog Registrations - extended until June 1st!
Clarendon Dog Registrations are now due Monday, June 1, 2020. All dogs six months of age must be licensed annually and a current rabies certificate must be provided at the time of licensing. The fees are: Spayed Females and Neutered Males: $13.00; Females and Males Intact: $17.00. Late fees after June 1, 2020 are: Spayed Females and Neutered Males: $2.00; Females and Males Intact: $4.00. Please send the rabies certificate, a check payable to 'Town of Clarendon' and a self-addressed stamped envelope to Clarendon Town Clerk PO Box 30 Clarendon VT 05759. To remove the name of a previously licensed dog, please call 775-4274.
Clarendon Board of Adjustment Hearing Notice
Tuesday May 26, 2020 at 6:00pm at 134 Pleasant Drive notice
Town of Clarendon appointments available
The Clarendon Select Board is looking to fill a vacancy for the following available seats: Recreation Committee (4)
Regional Ambulance Service (1)
Zoning Board of Adjustment Regional Ambulance Service Board Rutland County Solid Waste District Board of Supervisors Interested persons should contact the Clarendon Select Board at 802.747.4074 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information, including description of the position and duties.
Donation of Queen Elisabeth Clock to the Town Offices
Town of Clarendon Tax Rate for Fiscal Year 2020
Town of Clarendon's Representatives
Here is a list of Clarendon's House and Senate Representatives
Election Management System
By using the On Line Voter Registration (OLVR), you can register to vote. By using the My Voter Page (MVP), a registered voter can check registration status, get directions to a polling place and hours, view a sample ballot, request and track an absentee ballot and much more.
To register to vote: http://olvr.sec.state.vt.us
Registered Voters can check registration status, view a sample ballot, request an absentee ballot and much more by logging in at MVP: http://mvp.sec.state.vt.us