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.

Current Weather: Scattered Clouds & 59.8°F

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Notices

Notice to Property Taxpayers

Notice is hereby given that the final and fourth quarter payment for the property taxes assessed upon the grand list […] Read More

Proposed Budget

This is the proposed budget which voters will be asked to vote upon on May 6, 2014. Click here to […] Read More

Homestead Declarations / Property Tax Adjustments

Reminder that Homestead Declarations are due on April 15, 2014. You can file them online here: https://secure.vermont.gov/hd/index And you may […] Read More

2014 T-ball/Baseball/Softball

Fees: $40 per participant; Registration Deadline March 28th, 2014** Registrations submitted after March 28th will subject to a $15/player late […] Read More

Election Results 2014

Here are the official election results from Town Meeting 2014. Open Read More and then Click Here for all the […] Read More

Dog Licenses Due April 1

LICENSE DOGS BY APRIL 1ST TOWN CLERKS OFFICE If your dog is over 6 months old MALE:$12.00 FEMALE:$12.00 NEUTERED MALE:$8.00 […] Read More

Independent Auditor Report

To read the FY 13 Town of Brandon Independent Auditor Report, open Read More and then Click Here. It will […] Read More

Adult “Pick-up” Corn-Toss

  Corn Toss is similar to horseshoes except you use wooden boxes called cornhole platforms and corn bags instead of […] Read More

Community Alerts

Brandon Town Office

Now located at 2417 Franklin St. Office open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 4 pm. Office is at Route 7 south near the intersection with McConnell Rd. Read More

EEE Study Results

Open Read More and then Click Here to read the 2013 EEE Human Study Results. Read More

Recreation Programs

Gentle Flow Adult Yoga

Gently flow through a practice of yoga postures, stretches and breathing as we strengthen and lengthen the body while unwinding the mind. Bring the flexibility and peacefulness of yoga into your life and become more confident in your practice. Beginners welcome! Instructor: Rachel Klatzker Co-sponsored by Vermont Sports Medicine Center and the Friends of the […] Read More

Thursday Night Pick-up Basketball

Join a 20+ year tradition of adult pick-up basketball at the Neshobe School.  On Thursday nights, this co-ed group of multi-aged b-ballers play competitive games of 4v4.   When: Thursday Nights (Check Facebook Page for Black-out dates) Where: The Neshobe School Gymnasium Time:     7-9 pm Cost:      $2/night   Please note:  1st time players […] Read More

2014 T-ball/Baseball/Softball

Fees: $40 per participant; Registration Deadline March 28th, 2014** Registrations submitted after March 28th will subject to a $15/player late fee! Baseball Registration Form For T-Ball, Mighty Mites, Minor & Major League Baseball, and Minor Softball is Friday, March 28th!!! For Major & Senior Softball, and Junior & Senior Youth League (Babe Ruth) is Friday, […] Read More

Family Night – Movie at Town Hall

  Anthother  in the Series of Family Nights with the Neshobe PTO and Brandon Rec Come and enjoy a new release DVD movie! When:    Saturday, March 22nd Where:  Brandon Town Hall (Basement Level) Time:      7:00 pm Cost:       FREE!   This movie will be shown on the wall on the lower level with […] Read More

Adult “Pick-up” Corn-Toss

  Corn Toss is similar to horseshoes except you use wooden boxes called cornhole platforms and corn bags instead of horseshoes and metal stakes. Contestants take turns pitching their corn bags at the cornhole platform until a contestant reaches the score of 21 points. A corn bag in the hole scores 3 points, while one […] Read More

Police

Emergency: 911
Police: 247-5723
Police - Non emergency: 247-0222

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