The West Rutland Food Shelf will be closed the month of August, 2018 for cleaning and repairs. It will reopen for normal hours in September.
Please see the links below on road diet information from the Federal Highway Safety Program.
https://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/road_diets/resources/pdf/fhwasa17020.pdf Emergency Response
https://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/road_diets/resources/pdf/fhwasa17021.pdf Question and Answer Fact Sheet
https://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/road_diets/ general information
West Rutland’s Memorial Day Parade
The tradition of an Annual Memorial Day Celebration in West Rutland continues this year on Monday, May 28th at 10:00am. The event is an annual town tradition that honors our heroes and celebrates the community. The day begins with a parade throughout town, followed by an awards ceremony and barbeque at the American Legion.
Parade route: Begins at Noonan Lane, north on Clarendon Avenue, West on Main Street to Marble Street. TAPS and a gun sales will be performed at the WWII Memorial and look for a military F-16 flyover. The parade continues west on Marble Street to Barnes Street to the cemeteries where a gun salute and taps will sound again, continue east on Main Street to the West Rutland School, south on Clarendon Avenue, ending at Noonan Lane.
Many thanks to the West Rutland American Legion Post #87, the Auxiliary and Sons for their sponsorship of Memorial day events as well as the numerous businesses and individuals who have made this celebration a reality.
Town Clerk, Zoning and Lister Office (unchanged)
Treasurer’s Office: Monday-Thursday (8 am – 4 pm) and Friday (8 am – noon)
The appraisal team will begin the week of May 21st. They will be starting with the following streets: Marble, Main, Chapel, Ross and High.
WEST RUTLAND, VT – 2018 REVALUATION
The Town of West Rutland, VT has contracted with Vision Government Solutions to do a complete town-wide reappraisal for the 2019 Grand List. Vision will be working with the Listers office to make this year long project a successful one. The last revaluation was completed in 2008 and current CLA and COD values calculated by the state indicate that a reappraisal is needed again. A revaluation will determine the current fair market value of every property in town. It equalizes the values of all properties for the purpose of a fair distribution of the tax burden.
The major phases to a municipal revaluation are: Data Collection, Market Analysis, Valuation, Field Review and Informal Hearings. You can visit the Vision Government Solutions website at www.vgsi.com for information that explains the revaluation process, and read answers to frequently asked questions. During the month of April, the data collectors will be starting the data collection phase. The Valuation phase will be starting later in the year. Vision personnel will also be driving through the town reviewing all properties to update the Listers Office database. A “Listers Office” sign will also be posted in the vehicle window, and their car is registered with the Sheriff’s Office as well as the Listers Office at the town hall.
If you have any questions about the revaluation process or need additional information please contact the Listers office at (802) 438-2263 or stop by on Tuesday mornings. We can also be reached email at email@example.com
Lisa Wright, Robert Higgins, Patrick Trepanier
Town of West Rutland Listers
You may purchase discounted Great Escape Tickets at the Town Hall Treasurer’s Office for $40. This is a cash only purchase.