Request for volunteers
We're seeking members to fill vacancies on several Town boards and committees. Please share your knowledge and experience to better your community. In addition to the school boards, volunteer EMS and firefighters there are over 50 additional community members assisting your elected officials and paid staff in the planning for the community’s future, reviewing development projects, and debating ways to maintain public services at an affordable cost.
If you are interested in participating (some volunteer positions take as little as one hour a month); please consider submitting a letter of interest. Current committees are listed on the town website and in the town report which will be mailed out before Town Meeting. Positions become available each March. Positions are available on the planning commission, development review board, historic sites committee, and many others.
Letters of interest are due Monday, March 9th to the Town Clerk’s Office, PO Box 98, Hyde Park, 05655, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, or would like more information please visit www.hydeparkvt.com, call the town offices 888-2300 or talk to a current committee or board member.
HAVE YOU SEEN THIS INVASIVE PEST ? If yes, call Jared Nunery Hyde Park Tree Warden at 802-595-5754 as soon as possible so he can confirm the sighting. Thank you !.
From the tree-lined historic Village with the Governor's Mansion, to the majestic mountaintop views of nearby Mount Mansfield and Smugglers Notch, to the prestine Green River Reservoir, with its 19 miles of undeveloped shoreline, there is a special feeling in Hyde Park.
The Village is nestled along the banks of the beautiful Lamoille River, surrounded by Vermont's lush Green Mountains. Hyde Park has welcomed visitors for more than two hundred years! Once the destination of the wealthy from New York and Boston who traveled via train to spend their summers in the country, Hyde Park has become a destination for vacationing visitors from around the globe. Visitors can now stay at the Bed and Breakfasts provided by the Fitch Hill Inn and the Governor's Mansion, try a "farm stay" at Stony Brook Farm, or reserve a site and play at the Common Ground Campground.
Located in the Lamoille River Valley in the heart of northern Vermont, the region is the fastest growing in the state. The education, opportunities for entrepreneurship, superb infrastructure, public transportation, and four-season natural beauty bring many to visit, and many to make their homes here. The world famous resort village of Stowe, Vermont is located just eleven miles south along the Scenic Route 100 Corridor. Hyde Park and the surrounding north-central Vermont region offer legendary fall foliage,spectacular skiing, VAST snowmobile & VASA ATV trails, stunning summers, incomparable accommodations, spas, recreation, including the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail, dining, and shopping.
Hyde Park's allure is timeless. Your visit - unforgettable.
HYDE PARK COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE QUARTERLY MEETING NOTES
Registering for this service annually, provides your special needs to emergency responders during a town-wide emergency; such as blizzard, evacuation and long-term power outage. Click here for application form. More information: http://e911.vermont.gov/care
Join our community email service !
The mission of Front Porch Forum (FPF) is to help neighbors connect and foster community. This gets done by using an email network for online forums, similar to a digital trading post or virtual town square. People use the service to find plumbers, announce school events, debate town budget, give away strollers, rally volunteers for pie suppers, trade equipment, describe wildlife sightings, organize farmers markets... you name it.
It’s as easy as visiting www.frontporchforum.com and filling in a short form.
Hyde Park, Vermont
344 Vermont 15 West - Mailing: PO Box 98, Hyde Park, VT 05477 - 802-888-2300