The Town Office will be closing at 3:00 today November 7, 2018.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
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
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.
The Town of Mendon Selectboard has adopted a Tax Stabilization Policy, please click here to read the policy.
Click below for the Mendon Tax Stabilization Application form
Tabulator test for the tabulator machine to be used at the General Election in Mendon on November 06, 2018
Where: Mendon Town Office – 2282 US Route 4, Mendon, VT 05701
When: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 – 10:00 a.m.
Why: To test and secure the tabulator prior to the General Election.
TOWN OF MENDON
Table of Contents:
Section 1. Findings
Section 2. Prohibition
Section 3. Permit Application
Section 4. Penalty
Section 5. Designation
Section 6. Indemnification
Section 7. Effective Date
The Fireworks ordinance was adopted by the Town of Mendon Selectboard on October 9th, 2018. This Ordinance shall become effective 60 days after the adoption unless a petition is filed under 24 V.S.A. § 1973. The voters of the Town of Mendon have the right to petition the Selectboard to reconsider the adoption of this ordinance at a Special Town Meeting provided that such petition is presented to either the Selectboard or Town Clerk no later than November 22, 2018.
A full text of the ordinance can be examined at the Mendon Town Office and the Mendon Website at www.mendonvt.org. Any voter with questions pertaining to this ordinance may contact Sara Tully, Mendon Town Administrator at 802-775-1662 or 2282 US Route 4, Mendon, VT 05701.
BARSTOW UNIFIED UNION SCHOOL BOARD SEEKING CHARTER CHANGE TO ADD A SEAT
You are invited to join the Barstow Unified Union School Board on Monday, October 29th at 6:00 p.m. (in the school library) for an informational meeting on a proposed amendment to the Articles of Agreement of the Barstow Unified Union School District. This Article, providing for one additional at-large director, will be submitted to voters in Chittenden and Mendon on Election Day (November 6th,2018).
Currently, Chittenden has two elected members and Mendon one elected member on the school board. There is also one “at-large” member who can be a resident from either town and is elected by both towns. The school board recognizes its high level of responsibility to provide stewardship for the school and the importance of community linkage in that stewardship. That said, the board is asking voters if a second “at-large” seat could be added to the board, allowing another resident from either town to be elected, creating a five member board.
All residents are encouraged to attend. To facilitate your attendance, food (pizza) and onsite childcare will be provided.
Please feel free to contact Deborah Singiser, Board Chair, or Jeanne Collins, RNESU Superintendent, with any questions, through the “Let’s Talk” button on the schools website. Your questions will promptly be directed to the right person.
BARSTOW INFORMATIONAL MEETING
October 29, 2018 6:00 PM at Barstow Memorial School
November 6, 2018 Polls at Mendon Town Office are open 8 am – 7 pm
The minutes of the Special Town Meeting on Monday October 1, 2018 are here: Minutes of the Mendon Special Town Meeting