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2024 Elected Officers and Terms

Posted 12/6/23

2024 TOWN OF RICHMOND​​​​​ ​ELECTED OFFICERS and TERMS ​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​The following offices will have open positions on the March 5, 2024 Town Meeting ballot

Property Tax Due Dates

Posted 7/25/23

Taxes are due 8/15/2023, 11/15/2023, 2/15/2024, and 5/15/2024.

Water Bill Due Dates

Posted 12/27/22

Bills are due 9/30/2023, 12/31/2023, 3/31/2024, and 6/30/2024.

Annual Town Meeting - March 5, 2024

Posted 3/1/24

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RFP for Town Property Mowing and Trimming

Posted 2/14/24

Town of Richmond – Request for Proposals Town Property Mowing and Trimming…

Community Volunteer Search 2024

Posted 1/29/24

Town of Richmond - Community Volunteer Search 2024   The Richmond Selectboard is seeking volunteers to join their neighbors on the following Boards, Commissions and Committees, beginning in June.…

Richmond FEMA Buyout Info 11-14-2023

Posted 11/16/23

Richmond FEMA Buyout Info 11-14-2023 Public information session with Vermont Emergency Management officials regarding the FEMA Buyout, Elevation and Relocation Program for Properties in the…

Planning Commission Public Hearing

Posted 11/13/23

This page contains information related to zoning amendments proposed by the Planning Commission.

Declaration of Equity and Inclusion

The Town of Richmond, Vermont condemns racism, and welcomes all persons, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity or expression, age, or disability, and wants everyone to feel safe and welcome in our community. As a town, we formally condemn all discrimination in all of its forms, commit to fair and equitable treatment of everyone in our community, and will strive to ensure all of our actions, policies, and operating procedures reflect this commitment. The Town of Richmond has and will continue to be a place where individuals can live freely and express their opinions.