On Friday May 24 the Town Office park and ride facilities will be closed for use. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Some features are not available for Mendon yet, please check back as more will be added.
Click here for more information on the Mendon 2020 Reappraisal
Burn permits are required in order to burn in Mendon.
For a printable copy of the permit application click here: NEW Burn Permit Application
Applications must be submitted at least one day prior to requested burn date and by Thursday for the weekend.
To see our Burn Ordinances click here: Burn Ordinance
Fire Warden: Geoff Wells 802-558-4742
Front Porch Forum is a free community-building service in Vermont. Mendon neighborhood’s forum is joined with Killington right now and only open to the people who live in either Mendon or Killington. It’s all about helping neighbors connect. You can learn more and sign up by clicking the image below.
Saturday June 8, 2019 12:00pm – 4:00pm
Hot dogs, hamburgers and drinks will be provided.
There will be games and activities, bring your softball gear!
We are asking residents to please bring a dish to share. If your last name begins with A-L bring a dessert, if your last name begins with M-Z bring a side dish. Thank you!
There will also be a table set up for some town business; if you didn’t get your house 911 number in 2010 you can pick that up at the picnic, you can register your dog, there will be copies of the Town Plan, and you can sign up for Front Porch Forum
Event: Green Up Day, Sat, May 4th
Grab your friends, join your neighbors and get involved in Vermont’s state-wide Green Up Day on May 4th. It’s easy! Pick a road, grab a bag and do your part! Bags for the Town of Mendon are available at the town office.
Get involved! Stay informed and share (#GreenUpVt. #GreenUpDay. #GetInvolved)! Go to: www.greenupvermont.org.
The Town of Mendon (Town) is requesting bids from qualified construction contractors to replace the Culvert 07-06 on Wheelerville Road. The project is located along Wheelerville Road approximately 0.6 miles north of its intersection with Notch Road. Replacement shall incorporate the removal of the existing culvert and replacement with an aluminized CMP (71” x 47”) pipe arch and headwall. Project shall also include site preparation, including removal of loose, woody and deleterious material, removal of culvert, installation of CMP arch pipe, installation of headwall and wingwalls, machine placement and compaction of riprap, stonefill, filter base and other granular material, road subbase and base material, temporary stream diversion, road subbase and road surface course aggregate, traffic control and incidental items. Invitation for bids, Information for Bidders, (RFP) contact is available via Download Electronic Copy: Download Bid Documents as a pdf at https://www.dubois-king.com/projects-bidding-active/ for a non-refundable charge of $50.00. If hard copies are wanted or to submit questions, contact David Conger, Project Manager at 802.728.7225 or at email@example.com.
A non-mandatory on-site briefing is scheduled for April 9, 2019 at 10:00 AM at the project site on Wheelerville Road. The Town’s Project Manager will then conduct a site review with interested parties. Bids shall be delivered to the name and address identified in the Information for Bidders no later than April 16, 2019 at 2:00 PM. Proposals submitted later than this date and time will not be opened, and will be rejected.
The Towns of Rutland and Mendon Select boards will receive bids for fiscal year 2019-2020 paving. Bids are due April 12th and may be awarded at the April 16th Rutland Town Select board meeting. The Towns reserve the right to reject any or all bids. For bid specifications and a list of streets to be paved contact either the Road Commissioner at 773-8128 for Byron Hathaway or 773-4402 for Bill Ellis.
To see the bid specifications click below
Over the years, the Vermont State Treasurer’s Office has worked with Town Clerks as a partner in reaching Vermonters with unclaimed property. Unclaimed property could be forgotten bank accounts, uncashed pay checks, unclaimed security deposits, unused gift certificate, etc. It is most often in the form of money, but it can also be stocks, mutual funds, and contents of safe deposit boxes. The property comes from many sources, called holders, such as banks, credit unions, corporations, utilities, insurance agencies, retailers, and governmental agencies throughout the United States. The Vermont State Treasurer’s Office acts as custodian to safeguard the assets until they can be claimed by the rightful owners or heirs. The first link is a list provided by the State of Vermont for Mendon residents. The second link is a copy of the claim form to complete. If you have any questions, please contact the Unclaimed Property Division at (802) 828-2407. You may search for all unclaimed property at www.missingmoney.vermont.gov.
4/27/2019 – Mendon Ball Field Clean up 9am
5/4/2019 – Green Up Day
6/8/2019 – Town Picnic 12:00-4:00
9/9/2019 – 1st tax payment due for 19/20
3/2/2020 – Town Meeting
3/3/2020 – Town Vote & Presidential Primary
3/9/2020 – 2nd tax payment due for 19/20