Dog Licenses: Dog license renewal letters have been mailed to all k9 owners , with the deadline for licensing without penalty to be April first. Remember, Vermont law says all dogs six months of age and older must be licensed every year, with a copy of the dog's current rabies certificate on file at the Town Clerk's office. Spayed and Nedutered dogs can be licensed for $9 neach, and unspayed or neutered for $13 each. After April firsat, the fee goes up to $11 and $17 Here's a copy of the license applicaton form. https://vernonvt.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Animal-License-Form.pdf      

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Vernon: A Great Place to Live!

Vernon is a quiet, scenic, rural, safe, and mutually supportive community! We love the views of our forested hills, rolling farmland, scenic ponds, brooks and waterfalls, and the broad Connecticut River. We're proud of our excellent elementary school (and our students have secondary school choice available), our active recreation center with pool, tennis, picnic and softball facilities, well-maintained trails in our Municipal Forest, other natural areas, and a family-friendly beach on the river.

The town's rich history includes an extensive Native American presence and a long, continuing farming tradition. Vernon is in easy commuting distance from Brattleboro, Vt., Greenfield, Mass., and Keene, N.H., and just two hours from downtown Boston. Town-wide broadband supports small businesses and home offices. Nearby are multiple opportunities for skiing, hiking, and boating, as well as a wonderful array of cultural organizations: museums, theaters, music festivals and much more.

If you're considering joining us as a neighbor, please explore this site and check out our page of information for prospective residents!

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