It’s INCOME TAX TIME! If you need a copy of your 2023 Tax Bill for your State and Federal Tax filling, please request your copy by emailing worcestertreasurervt@gmail.com Don’t forget to file your HS-122 for your Homestead Exemption with the State of Vermont before April 15th

The Worcester Town Office encourages early and mail-in voting prior to election day.

In order for your mailing request to arrive in time, please request your ballots to be mailed before February 26th. Any request after the 26th needs to be picked up in person at the town office.  Any person authorized by you, who is not a family member, must apply in writing or in person to pick any ballots up for you. Call the town office for assistance with this request.

If you are sick or disabled, you may request that the town clerk have two Justices of the Peace bring ballots to you at your home. (Ballots can be delivered on any of the 8 days preceding the day of the election or on the day of election.)

How to Get Your Ballots

You must contact the town office to request ballots for the Presidential Primary, the Local Town Ballot or for the Central Vermont Career Center School District. You must choose a Republican or Democrat ballot for the Presidential Primary.

WCUUSD ballots will be mailed to all active registered voters as of February 4th.

The Town Office will accept completed ballots any time leading up to Monday, March 4.

If you choose to vote at Town Meeting, please bring your mailed ballots with you. 

Ballots available upon request at the Town Office and on Town Meeting Day:

  • The Town of Worcester
  • the Presidential Primary (Democrat or Republican) 
  • the Central Vermont Career Center (Tech)

Ballots that will be mailed to all voters:

  • the Washington Central Unified Union School District

The state provides an easy website for Vermonters to check on their own voter status and to request ballots. You can find it at https://mvp.vermont.gov/.

There are links to sample Presidential Primary ballots and Voter Check List on the town website at www.worcestervt.org under the Town Government tab in Town Meeting and Reports.                         

Mail or deliver your completed ballots to the Worcester Town Office, 20 Worcester Village Road, Worcester VT 056862 prior to election day, March 5, 2024. 

Please mail no later than February 23, 2024 to ensure timely delivery.

Town Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 5, 2024 at Doty Elementary School. Polls will be open 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, with Town Meeting held 9:30 am to completion.

VOTER INFORMATION
Complete voter information is available on the Worcester website at http://www.worcestervt.org/town-government/town-reports             

and in public places around town and in the Town Report.


WCUUSD BALLOTS
On February 14th, all active registered Worcester voters were mailed the WCUUSD ballots. If you do not receive them by the end of next week, please contact me at worcestertownclerk@gmail.com or 802-223-6942.


PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY BALLOTS
Ballots for the Presidential Primary are available by request only from the Town Office or at the polls on Town Meeting Day. As a reminder, you must specify whether you want a Democratic or Republican Presidential Primary ballot.

CVCCSD BALLOT
Ballots for the Central Vermont Career Center School District are available by request only from the Town Office or at the polls on Town Meeting Day.

ATTN: 17 YEAR OLDS
If you are a Worcester resident who is currently 17 years old and will be 18 by the General Election on Tuesday, November 5, 2024, you are eligible to vote in the Presidential Primary. You can fill out a voter registration form at the Town Office, register online at olvr.vermont.gov, or register at the polls on election day.

CASTING YOUR BALLOTS (or VOTING)
-Once you have your ballots, there are a few ways to submit them:
• Vote at the Town Office during regular business hours.
• Drop off your voted ballots at the Town Office during regular business hours by Monday, March 4, 2024.
• Drop them in the secure drop box in the door of the Town Office any time 24/7 before midnight on March 4, 2024.
• Mail them to the Town Office as soon as possible. Ballots must be received at the Town Office no later than March 4, 2024 to be counted.
• Bring your ballots to the polling station at Doty Elementary School on March 5, 2024, between 10 am and 7 pm.

If you wish to vote at the polls on election day, bring with you any ballots that have been mailed to you. Otherwise you will need to fill out an affidavit affirming that you have not returned any other ballots before you can be given new ones.

QUESTIONS?
As always, if you have any questions, contact me at worcestertownclerk@gmail.com  or 802-223-6942. You can also visit the website, http://www.worcestervt.org/town-government/town-reports, where you will find warnings, sample ballots, and additional information about Town Meeting Day.

Business Hours

       Town Clerk/Treasurer/Delinquent Tax Collector’s regular office hours:

                                   Monday:               12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
                                 Tuesday:                9:00 am – 5:00 pm
                                Wednesday:          8:00 am – 4:00 pm
                                 Thursday:             9:00 am – 5:00 pm
                                 Friday:                  Closed to the Public

  The Listers’ NEW office hours are Mondays 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Location

The Worcester Town Complex is located at 20 Worcester Village Road, Worcester, Vermont 05682. The Complex is home to the Town Clerk/Treasurer’s Office, the Delinquent Tax Collector’s office, the Volunteer Fire Department and the Listers’ Office. The Town mailing address is P.O. Box 161, Worcester, VT 05682
The Highway Department is located at 11 Maxham Drive.

The Worcester Town Complex phone number is (802) 223-6942

The Fax number is 802-229-5216

Katie Miller– Treasurer & Delinquent Tax Collector
worcestertreasurervt@gmail.com

Jennifer LeStat, Town Clerk
Clerk email- worcestertownclerk@gmail.com


Listers’ Office-Extension 1 (802-223-6942)
Will Sutton Fire Chief/Fire Warden, 802-557-1037 Mike Utton, Road Commissioner 802-223-6903

Free Water Testing Kits Available at the Town Clerk’s office.

Dog Licenses

All dogs must be licensed on or before April 1st every year. If registering after 4/1, there is a late fee. Dogs must also have a current rabies certificate.

FEES:  Neutered/Spayed    9.00$         late fee–> 11.00$

 Not Neutered or Spayed   13.00$  late fee–> 17.00$

If you would like your dog tag and receipt/license sent to you in the mail, please include a self addressed and stamped envelope. (SASE).

Search Land Records, Lister Cards, Tax Bills

We have 40 years of land records available now online!

The link below will take you to the current land record files available.

LAND RECORDS LINK

This link will let you access current redacted tax bills and lister cards.

There is a 2.00 charge to remove the watermark and print the document.

LISTER CARDS/REDACTED TAX BILLS

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2023 Worcester Town Grand List

2023 Worcester Tax Book

 

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