House number signs: The Vernon Vounteer Fire Department is offering reflective house nmber signs, to make sure responders can get to your house in an emergency. The service is offered by donation, and forms are available at the Town Clerk's office. If you'd like to make a donation, youy can make out a check to VFAI PO Box 432 Vernon Vt 05354

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Town Clerk’s news, Feb. 2021

Applications for early ballots in Vernon’s March second election are now being accepted. Please e-mail clerk@vernonvt.org, use https://mvp.vermont.gov, or call the office between 7 and 5 Monday through Thursday. Voting, with masks and social distancing, will take place downstairs at Vernon Town Hall from 7 AM until 7 PM on Tuesday March 2. The rest of town meeting has been postponed until the week of May 10, due to the ongoing Covid pandemic. A time and place will be announced at least 30 days in advance of the meeting. If you have not registered to vote, or just want to check if you are registered, please contact the Town Clerk’s office.

A reminder that dog licenses are now due, and must be paid by April 1 to avoid a penalty. License fees are $9  for spayed and neutered dogs, and $13 for those who are not. A current rabies certificate must be given to our office at the time of licensing. All dogs 6 months and older must be licensed EVERY YEAR. Contact the Town Clerk’s office if you have any questions, as we can mail or email you the form, and you may use our outside drop box for payment.

Tim Arsenault, CVC, Vernon Town Clerk
802 257 0292
Open Mon-Thu 7-5