News Archive

Why Essex? “Current estimates are looking like 14% of the population of Essex will be undercounted in the 2020 Census.  That adds up to a lot of federal dollars that we would be missing out on in our community.”

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The Village of Essex Junction is proud to announce that Chelsea Mandigo, Stormwater Coordinator/Wastewater Operator, is the 2019 recipient of the Green Mountain Water Environment Association’s Stormwater Award.  

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Why Essex? “We wanted to open our business in the community that we live in and are familiar with, and we saw a community need for a local real estate office.” –Matt Lumsden

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The Essex Memorial Day Parade is on Saturday, May 25th at 10 AM.

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Water & Sewer bills dated 4/30/19 have been mailed to Village of Essex Junction property owners and are due by 5/30/19.

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The Village of Essex Junction & Town of Essex are pleased to announce that an article co-authored by Chelsea Mandigo and Annie Costandi, Village Stormwater Coordinator/Wastewater Operator and Town Stormwater Coordinator/Engineer, respectively, is the cover story in the spring edition of the Worldwater Stormwater Management publication.  

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On Tuesday, May 21 at 10 AM the Essex Junction Public Works Department will be holding a special Public Works Story Time at Brownell Library.

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Old Colchester Road will be closed from 1300 hours until approximately 1430 hours from Educational Drive to Autumn Pond Way for a mock DUI crash.

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The Village of Essex Junction Water Dept. will flush fire hydrants weekdays May 20-31 between the hours of 8 AM and 3 PM.

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Why Essex? “We love being a part of the Essex community, and doing business with other local businesses.  Keep your money local!” – Peter Curless

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Congratulations to Grace Jiayi Lu, an Essex High School student who was one of only 161 students across the nation to receive the distinction of being a 2019 Presidential Scholar!

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Thank you for helping clean up our community!

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This poster highlights the steps to take when a needle is found. 

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The Essex Police Department participated in prescription drug take-back day on Saturday, April 27.  Essex Police collected 317.83 lbs of prescription drugs, the second highest poundage in in the state of Vermont.

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The Village of Essex Junction and the Town of Essex are considering changes to the Town and Village websites, and are seeking feedback from anyone who may visit the websites.

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