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The Town of Mendon Constable and the town’s contract Sheriff will be taking part in the Vermont May 2017 Click it or Ticket Campaign through aggressive traffic enforcement within the town borders. Nearly 40,000 people lost their lives in fatal motor vehicle crashes in 2016. Seatbelt usage in Vermont dropped in 2016 while the national average increased to 90%. Last year approximately one-half of the fatal crash victims here in Vermont were unbelted at the time of the crash.

Seat belt usage has been shown to be one of the most effective ways to help decrease fatalities during traffic crashes. The 2017 Click it or Ticket enforcement period will run from May 22nd through June 4th. This is a national campaign to help reduce the number of fatal crashes in the United States.

Always fasten your seatbelt while travelling in your vehicle. You may be saving your own life and belting up will help you avoid a ticket…remember, it’s the law in Vermont to buckle up when travelling in a vehicle. Mendon’s enforcement efforts will be aggressive in the hope that we will help save the lives of our residents and visitors. So always BUCKLE UP…IT’S THE LAW!

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Highway Maintenance & Equipment Operator and Facilities & Grounds Maintenance Worker, full time, 40 hours a week with competitive pay and benefits package.  Experience plowing, road maintenance and Class B Commercial Driver’s License preferred.  Must have valid driver’s license. Return completed job application to the Town of Mendon, 2282 US Route 4, Mendon, VT  05701, 802-775-1662, or  Position open until filled.  EOE.

Mendon Employment Application 2017

Highway Maintenance and Equipment Operator Job Description

Facilities and Grounds Maintenance Worker Job Description

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The Vermont Agency of Transportation would like to notify you of a Roadway Project scheduled for Route 4 between the town of Rutland Town and Killington.

Please be advised that construction crews may be working along Route 4 beginning Thursday, April 27, 2017.  Work will continue throughout this segment of the project for the next few weeks.  Crews will be reconstruction portions of the shoulder, followed by milling of the road surface with paving operations following shortly thereafter.

Lane closures and lane shifts will be necessary to carry out this work.  However, the width of the roadway will allow for 2-way traffic to be maintained with potential minor delays.  Access to residences and businesses will be maintained at all times.

Please be advised that this is daytime work.  Daytime work hours are typically 6:00 am – 6:00 pm.

If you have any questions or concerns in regard to this project, please contact Project Outreach Coordinator Natalie Boyle at (802)310-7822 or you would like to be added to the email list for weekly progress updates for this project, please contact Natalie at your convenience.

You may also check any updates the town receives by clicking on the links below:

Proposed Work Schedule 05082017

Proposed Work Schedule Week of 05012017


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MONDAY MARCH 13, 2017*

Special office hours for tax collection:

Wednesday – March 08 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Thursday – March 09 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday – March 10 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Monday – March 13 8:00 am – 6:00 pm


*Taxes must be postmarked with a USPS postmark or received in the office no later than Monday March 13, 2017.  Any payments received after this are considered delinquent and shall be subject to penalty of 8% and 1% interest per month or any part thereof in accordance with State Statutes.