Burlington Electric Department shares the values of the residents who have voted for energy efficiency programs, who have supported a clean power mix and who have expressed a desire to move forward into the 21st century in a manner that is sustainable and will provide future generations the chance to enjoy Burlington and its beautiful resources as the current generation does.
Energy Engage, part of BED's Smart Grid project, is an on-line tool for customers to learn about their energy usage in 15-minute increments (updated every eight hours). Chris Burns, director of Energy Services, provided "Energy Engage" slides of his home energy usage to show customers what they can learn. It is a very handy tool to help you understand and reduce your energy usage.
Established in 1895. Morrisville Water and Light (MW&L) is a municipally owned electric utility serving approximately 3800 residential and commercial customers. It is our goal to provide you with power that is clean, economical and reliable.
Northfield, Vermont is a community of 6207 people (2010 Census) located in the heart of Vermont's Green Mountains. Home to Norwich University, the oldest private military college in the United States, Northfield is an easy ten-mile drive from Montpelier, the state's capital, and three hours from either Boston or Montreal. As such, Northfield offers easy access to both idyllic rural and culturally diverse, cosmopolitan settings. Within its own borders, Northfield provides over eighty miles of roads in all directions, connecting it to surrounding communities and creating the opportunity for year-round scenic driving.
Hardwick, Vermont is located at the junctions of Vermont routes 14, 15 & 16. Hardwick is steeped in history from its early days of saw and grist mills, carriage factory, granite quarries and agriculture. It is equally distant between Morrisville, Montpelier and St. Johnsbury.
The Town of Lyndon was founded in 1780. It is located in Caledonia County, within the beautiful region of Vermont called the Northeast Kingdom. Lyndon is six miles square (36 square miles) in area and has a population of 5,448 residents (2000 census). It is recognized as the "Covered Bridge Capital of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom". Lyndon is surrounded by some of Vermont's most gorgeous natural beauty. This New England community is home to Lyndon Institute and Lyndon State College, and is nearby to the Burke Mountain Ski Area.
Roxbury, at the southern extremity of Washington County, fifteen miles from Montpelier, was granted November 6, 1780, and chartered to Benjamin Emmons and sixty-four others, August 6, 1781. The settlement was begun in 1789, by Christopher Huntington, who came originally from Mansfield, Conn., but had resided a short time in Norwich previous to his removal to this town.
Stowe is a town in Lamoille County, Vermont, United States. The population was 4,314 at the 2010 census. Tourism is a significant industry.
The town of Barton will not be updating any information on this website until further notice. Here is the explanation given by the selectboard: the Board has eliminated the position of webmaster until a description of what the town needs in a website, a description of duties of webmaster and an accounting of services. This is effective immediately.
If you have any questions please call Robert Croteau, Selectboard Chair, at 754-2296.