Goshen, Vermont

Chartered in 1792

Welcome!
Goshen is the smallest town in Addison County and one of the smallest towns in the State of Vermont. Nestled within the Green Mountains Goshen is a beautiful place to call home or to visit.   We hope you find the necessary information you are looking for and we look forward in sharing with you what makes our tiny town so special.

 

NOTICE:

BEGINNING JULY 20, 2022

Goshen Residents will be required to bring their GARBAGE and RECYCLING

(NO COMPOST) to the TOWN SHED on WEDNESDAY’S

between the times of 8 AM – 1 PM until further notice.

Compost can be brought to ACSWMD in Middlebury or compost at home.
Compost Workshop coming soon.  

This is a temporary emergency situation. We are currently without a truck to pick-up garbage and are working towards a permanent solution.

As a reminder:
ONE (1) 30-GALLON TRASH BAG PER HOUSEHOLD
is covered with your taxes.

ADDITIONAL BAGS ARE CHARGED AT $3 (THREE) PER BAG.

Questions? Please email selectboard@goshenvt.org
or Call Marci Hayes (802) 345-9076 or (802) 247-6151

NOTICE: Roadside Mowing Begins Late July into August

Roadside mowing and trimming will begin in late July and into early August so please be aware as you are traveling around town.

NOTICE: Spraying for Misquitos

It’s that time of the year again! Roadside spraying for insect control will begin, if you would like to opt out of having your property sprayed or if you would like more information click here.

NOTICE: Taxes Due

Town Clerk

Visit the Town Clerk’s page for information on hours, FAQ, Elections, Dog Registrations and much more.

 

Upcoming Events

Learn more about upcoming meetings and Community Eents. Visit the  Goshen Events Calendar. Do you have an event you would like to submit?

Goshen News & Community Magazine

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