Town of
Goshen, Vermont

 

Wild Blueberry Capital of Vermont

 

Town Clerk

Important Notices

Selectboard Agenda’s & Minutes

Welcome to Goshen

Welcome to Goshen, a small mountain community nestled in the heart of the Vermont’s Green Mountain National Forest. Charterd in 1792, Goshen has a rich history and it”s generational heritage runs deep. The folks who call Goshen home tend to be independent minded, hard-working, and typically possess an adventurous spirit and unusual self-gratification for their choice in settling in this rugged place.

The mountains are full of wildlife, hiking and x-country & backwoods downhill skiing, and snowmobiling trails. Goshen was named the Wild Blueberry Capital of Vermont by the Legislature, and on any given day in August you can find locals and visitos, bucket in hand, picking wild blueberries at the Blueberry Management Area on Hogback Mountain.

It truly is a one-of-a kind place–ssshh…don’t tell anyone.


Martin Fjeld, Town Clerk
townclerk@goshenvt.org

Hours:
Tuesday’s 9 AM – 4 PM

50 Carlisle Hill Road
Goshen, Vermont 05733
(802) 247-6455
(802) 247-6720 Fax

For Land Records Research

We request that you contact us to make an appointment for research.


Vickee Whiting, Treasurer
treasurer@goshenvt.org

Hours:
Monday’s & Wednesday’s 9 AM – 12 PM

 

Delinquent Tax Collector

Vickee is also the Delinquent Tax Collector and can be reached at the office or delinquenttaxcollector@goshenvt.org

IMPORTANT NOTICES & DEADLINES

JULY 9th, 2024 SPECIAL TOWN ELECTION RESULTS:
WARNING VERMONT PRIMARY - August 13, 2024

VERMONT PRIMARY SAMPLE REBUBLICAN BALLOT - August 13, 2024

WARNING VERMONT SAMPLE DEMOCRATIC BALLOT - August 13, 2024

WARNING VERMONT SAMPLE PROGRESSIVE BALLOT - August 13, 2024

Elected & Appointed Officials

Complete list of elected and appointed officials including contact information.

Zoning Permits & Land Transfers

Zoning Permit Application, Goshen Town Plan and other resources including a list of recent permits and land transfers.

Selectboard Meetings

Selectboard meetings are typically scheduled for the second and fouth Tuesday of each month. 

Town Reports & Annual Meetings

Archive of downloadable Annual Town Reports from as far back as 1999 through current. Also an archive of Annual Town Meeting minutes.

Just a quick note to say that I think you guys are totally kicking butt with the website and newsletter, among other things. In my 40 years of living in Goshen I’ve never seen such excellent communication. The newsletter is easy to read and full of just the kind of stuff people want to know.

- Longtime Goshen Resident