BOARD MEETING SCHEDULE
At the Fayston Town Hall
|Select Board||6:00 pm||Second & Fourth Tuesdays|
|Development Review Board||6:00 pm||First Tuesday|
|Planning Commission||5:30 pm||Second Monday|
|Conservation Commission||5:45 pm||Fourth Wednesday|
Fayston is a rural community within Vermont’s Mad River Valley that offers a myriad of recreational, business and lifestyle opportunities. Home to Sugarbush’s Mount Ellen and Mad River Glen ski areas, the town offers many ski-related facilities and services. Our picturesque community is also a favorite for back-country skiing and snowshoeing, hiking, cycling, paddling, hunting and snowmobiling. We welcome having numerous restaurants and lodging establishments and we have an active historical society.
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As of February 26, 2022, The Mask Rule has been lifted for the Town of Fayston. (See 2-22-22 SB Minutes)
*Please note: Face coverings are appreciated for visitors to the Town Office.
American Rescue Plan Information (“ARPA” funds)
The CARE Program (Citizen Assistance Registration for Emergencies), administered by the United Ways of Vermont, Vermont 211 and E-911, are working together to identify Vermont residents who would require special assistance in an emergency.
with a 3.0% fee, $2.00 minimum
Now accepting credit/debit card payments for taxes, zoning permit fees, etc., through PowerPay online and at the office as well.
Questions on Fees: Question regarding credit card charges incurred please call or email Chris Walker, TheSatellite.biz, (203) 364-5615.
Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos has announced the roll-out of the new Elections Management Platform. See News Post for additional info.
Dog License renewals must be submitted on or before April 1 of the current year in order to not incur late fees.