WINTER PARKING BAN
To aid in snow removal, beginning December 1st. until March 31st it is illegal to park on the street between 2:00 AM and 7:00 AM. Violators will be towed at the owner’s expense. Thank you for your cooperation.
STAKES/PLOWING ACROSS THE ROAD NOT PERMITTED
Placing stakes or reflectors on your lawn along the edge of the road pavement are not permitted. The snowplow drivers need the room to remove the snow. Nothing can be placed in the right of way without Town Permission. It is also illegal to plow snow across the road. Please be sure to keep the sidewalks cleared after they are plowed.
If you have a hydrant on or near your property, we would appreciate any assistance with snow removal.
West Rutland Annual Christmas Tree Lighting
Saturday, December 7th, 6:30pm
Tree Lighting at 6:30pm. Enjoy wagon rides, cookies, and a very special guest appearance from Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Please bring some cookies to share.
This event brought to you by the Friends of the Town Hall, the Town of West Rutland. & Fabian Earth Moving.
_HEARING NOTICE: WEST RUTLAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW BOARD (DRB)__
On Wednesday, September 18, 2019, at 7:00 pm, at West Rutland Town Offices (35 Marble St.), the West Rutland Development Review Board will hold a Public Hearing to review Appeal of Notice of Violation of Conditional Use Permit 18-06 issued to S.J. Wilk Properties for non- compliant conditions at 668 Rutland Road (Parcel #74020668).
A copy of this Permit and Appeal is available for review at Town Office.
Interested Parties are to be registered and be prepared to give (written &/or verbal) testimony by 7:15 pm, or they may forfeit their right to appeal any decision of the DRB to VT Superior Court (Environmental Division).
Please click on the link below for the latest information on unclaimed property of West Rutland Residents
WEST RUTLAND UNCLAIMED PROPERTY 2019
Please contact the State of Vermont if you need additional information, at 802-828-2407 or toll free in Vermont at 1-800-642-3191, option 2. Office hours are 7:45am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday (except State Holidays). Website available 24/7 at www.vermonttreasurer.gov.
West Rutland School
2019-2020 Kindergarten Registration
- June 17th and 18th
- Who: All Children five (5) years old on or before August 31, 2019
- How: Contact Lisa for a screening appointment: 802-438-2288.
PUBLIC NOTICE of a PUBLIC HEARING of the WEST RUTLAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW BOARD (DRB)
This NOTICE of a PUBLIC HEARING by the Development Review Board (DRB) is scheduled to consider Application 19-03 from Daniel & Jayne Pratt (Owners) to construct a small addition and covered porch on the north side of their existing Single Family Residence at 242 Old Town Farm Road. The addition is to provide for a first floor bedroom to accommodate senior living in their home.
The proposed construction encroaches on the prescribed minimum setback of 40 feet from the Town Road. The Owners have requested a Variance for the setback; which has to be reviewed by the DRB.
This is your NOTICE that the DRB will convene a Public Hearing to review the application and site plan at 7:00 pm on WEDNESDAY, April 17, 2018, at the West Rutland Town Office.
A copy of the application is available for review at Town Office, 35 Marble Street.
Interested Parties should be registered in attendance and be prepared to submit oral or written testimony by 7:15 pm on date of this Hearing, or they may forfeit their right to appeal any decision of the DRB to VT Superior Court (Environmental Division).
(Posted April 1, 2019)
The West Rutland Preschool Program is currently accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year. A limited number of spots are available. Applications may be found at wrs.grcsu.org or in the school office. Please return completed applications to West Rutland School, 713 Main Street, West Rutland, VT 05777 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 27, 2019.
Who is eligible: West Rutland residents who have children who turn 3 or 4 before September 1, 2019
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