The next Select Board meeting is at the Town School on 1-26-15 at 6:00 P.M.











About The Town of Rutland

The Original Town of Rutland was chartered in 1761 and was later divided into; the Town of Proctor, the Town of West Rutland and the City of Rutland. The present 12,000 acre Town of Rutland is home to considerable commercial activity as well as a siginificant number of manufacturing jobs.

With a population of slightly over 4000 residents the Town of Rutland is the third largest municipality in Rutland County, Vermont. Manufactures such as General Electric and Isovolta Inc. are located in the southern section of the Town along with the Diamond Run Shopping Mall and the Green Mountain Shopping Plaza. With world class skiing just up the road, at the Killington and Pico ski areas, there are over 400 hotel and motel rooms in the Town of Rutland as well as numerous restaurants well staffed and ready to serve their quests.

The Town of Rutland Vermont was the first Vermont Town to establish a web presence when it launched this site in February 1996. Town officials are committed to providing useful information to town residents as well as access to local government. In order to keep the public up to date on local government activities you will find the Select Board, Planning Commission, Recreation Commission meeting minutes here on our site.

Thank you for visiting our web site and consider traveling to our town to meet the the very people that make the Town of Rutland a great place to live, work and play.

Town Notices

Pre-Town Meeting Notice

Select Board meeting January 29, 2015 - Agenda

Planning Commision
February 5, 2015 Agenda

The Circle

Town Plan 2014

Rutland Town
Historic Architecture

Property Maps

Property Ownership

SWAC Newsletter

REDC Newsletter

RRPC Newsletter

Stormwater Web Site

Town MS4 Flow Restoration Plan

Solar Siting Standards adopted by Select Board









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Vermont's 1st Municipal WWW site 1996