APPLICATIONS FOR GRIEVANCE
You can find the application by clicking below:
Due Here By July 5th at 4 PM
Grievance day is Wednesday, July 6th Beginning at 9 AM
Postmarked applications (7/05/2022) will not be considered timely
Listers may be reached by phone 223 6942 Monday Mornings 8-12 AM
If you would like to make an appointment for a phone hearing, please include a number where you can be reached on July 6th.
Call Lister Chris Lyon at 802 225 6699 with questions or to set a time for a hearing or Phone conference.
For more information regarding the grievance process, please visit the link below
The State of Vermont needs your help updating wetland maps!
The State currently has an outdated map that shows the general location of some protected wetlands (Class I and II) called the Vermont Significant Wetlands Inventory (VSWI). The map is neither completely accurate nor comprehensive. The State has been working to improve the map in two significant ways: 1) by adding wetlands to the map, and 2) by revising wetland locations.
Why is the State asking for feedback? The State recognizes the importance of providing maps to the public, so that landowners can avoid impacts to significant wetlands. The updated map is intended to clarify the location of existing significant wetlands and provide better predictability for landowners. The interactive draft VSWI map allows the public to comment on specific proposed wetland mapping. You can find the maps at this site Vermont Wetlands Program (arcgis.com)
What can members of the public do?
· Contact your District Wetlands Ecologist if you are proposing construction activities near a wetland regardless of whether it is mapped or not. Not all protected wetlands are mapped. Find your District Wetlands Ecologist on this contact page. Contact Wetlands Staff | Department of Environmental Conservation (vermont.gov)
· Provide your feedback before July for consideration prior to the Vermont Wetlands Program starting the formal Rulemaking process (which includes another comment period). You may provide feedback through the interactive map or comment form.
Questions? Feel free to contact the Vermont Wetlands Program if you have any questions at email@example.com.
NEW 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
The Listers’ regular office hours are Mondays 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
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.
Phone and email
The Worcester Town Complex phone number is (802) 223-6942
The Fax number is 802-229-5216
Office e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Winkeljohn- Treasurer and Delinquent Tax Collector
Jennifer LeStat, Town Clerk
Listers’ Office-Extension 1
Will Sutton, Fire Chief-Extension 3
Brian Powers, Road Commissioner-802-223-6903
New Portal to Search Land Records, Lister Cards, Tax Bills and Excess Weight Forms!
We have 40 years of land records available now online.
The link below will take you to the current land record files available.
This link will let you access current redacted tax bills and lister cards.
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 –> 11.00$
Not Neutered or Spayed 13.00$ –>late 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).
IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND RESOURCES DURING COVID-19
For an extensive list of resources please click here on Worcester Neighbor Network
Please go to healthvermont.gov/covid19 for the most up-to-date state information and guidance about COVID-19, including information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html . You may call the VT Department of Health at 802.863-7240, or call community services information at 2-1-1.
You may report any concern you have for a Worcester resident by emailing email@example.com