This is the official website of the Town of Brandon, Vermont — a quintessential small town with a village feel, conveniently situated in west-central Vermont, midway between Middlebury and Rutland. The town offices and staff members are available to help you in many capacities. Please browse our website and let us know if you need more information.
Due to the temporary nature of the Brandon Town Offices, some phone numbers are not in service. Contact the front desk at 802-247-3635 if you are having difficulty reaching the correct department.
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Highway Department–HIGHLIGHTS (1) Churchill Bridge Re-habilitation is complete. Gravel was added to the road to smooth it out and signs [...] Read More
Click Read More and then Click Here for the Town Budget Revote results 4-30-13. Read More
The Town of Brandon recently installed new wood decking on Bridge #22 located on Churchill Road. The bridge is CLOSED [...] Read More
The Lister’s office will be mailing change of appraisal notices to residents who have made changes to their property from [...] Read More
Town of Brandon, Vermont (pop. 3,943), seeks an engaging, collaborative, and dynamic Town Manager. A quintessential small town with a [...] Read More
Notice is hereby given that payment for the property taxes assessed upon the grand list of the Town of Brandon [...] Read More
In an effort to educate business owners and potential business owners about the Town of Brandon Land Use Ordinance regulations [...] Read More
The Neshobe River H & H study has been released to the public. Please be aware that there are some [...] Read More
BRANDON POLICE WARN OF FRAUD SCAM Brandon police are warning residents of a scam being perpetrated using a website called “care.com”. Residents report they were offered employment as a care giver for a disabled person. After exchanging e-mails, an unknown person sends a check in excess of $2,000.00 for the victim to pay for [...] Read More
A report was made to the Brandon Police on 03/04/2013 regarding a possible phone scam. Around 12:00 or 12:30 p.m. on 03/04/2013, complainant received a phone call at his residence from number (407) 876-8790 and a man identifying himself as “Mos Peterson.” The caller, Peterson, was attempting to sell complainant a Wal-Mart gift card for [...] Read More
Police - Non emergency: 247-0222