Village News

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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2019 marks Essex Junction’s first year partnering with Branch Out Burlington to grow seedlings in a shared community nursery.  The Essex Junction Tree Advisory Committee will be planting trees in the Burlington Community Nursery that will grace the streets of our communities in a few years!  

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Why Essex? “We had originally wanted to be somewhere closer to Burlington, but Essex ended up fitting our needs perfectly.  It is easily accessible and close to the mountains.” –Matthew Butler-Bugher

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The Village of Essex Junction has been named a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of our commitment to effective urban forest management.  This is the fourth consecutive year the Village has received this award.

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WCAX recently featured Essex Junction Public Work’s own Art LaGrange on their Super Senior Program!  Art is 82 years old and has been the man behind the street sweeper for the last twenty years.

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On Thursday, May 2 the Village Offices, Town Offices, EJRP, Senior Center, and libraries will be closed for a staff in-service until 1 PM.  

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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On Thursday, May 2 from 5:30-6:30 PM, Unified Municipal Manager Evan Teich will hold a Coffee (or pint) Chat at First Republic Brewery.

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For up to date important health notices on topics such as Avian Flu, West Nile, water quality, public health tracking, and much more, visit the State’s website: http://agriculture.vermont.gov/.

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The Village of Essex Junction is in the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan and Essex Community Enhanced Energy Plan. Draft versions are now available for review and public comment through May 23, 2019.

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The Essex / Westford Community Bike Fix & Swap is an event hosted by Essex CHIPS and is supported by the Village of Essex Junction Bike/Walk Advisory Committee and Essex Junction Recreation and Parks.

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The 2020 Census is upon us and hiring NOW! Wages range between $16.50 - $20/hr.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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The Essex Community Justice Center will be hosting a screening of "Downstream: The Effects of Parental Incarceration" on Tuesday, May 7th at 6:30 PM.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@essexjunction.org.

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Burlington International Airport is undertaking a master planning process to determine long-term development plans, terminal needs, airfield needs, and the financial requirements to fund each of the initiatives.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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Voting will take place on Tuesday, April 9.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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The Village Annual Meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 3 at 7 PM at Essex High School.

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The Village of Essex Junction is seeking citizen volunteers for various boards and committees.

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Over the next few weeks, the Village of Essex Junction will be removing trees over four inches in diameter on a parcel of municipally-owned land on the corner of Main Street and Fairview Drive.

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Hard copies of the Village Annual Report will be available by Friday, March 29. 

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On Thursday, April 4th, the Village of Essex Junction Tree Advisory Committee and Branch Out Burlington will host a Tree Keeper Training.

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This is a reminder that state law requires all dogs over 6 months old to be registered by April 1st of each year.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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The Village understands that sidewalk conditions have been challenging this year for walkers. We have put a lot of time and salt on our sidewalks this year.

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