Public Notices




The Wilmington Cemetery Commission will meet at 4:30 pm on Thursdays: May 11, June 8, July 13, August 10, September 14, October 12, 2023 at the Wilmington Firehouse, 40 Beaver St.



The Bi-Town Economic Development Committee has cancelled their meeting on Thursday, June 1, 2023.



Warning of a Development Review Board Public Hearing, on Monday, June 5, 2023 at 5:00 PM
Attend this meeting either via Zoom or in person at the Wilmington Town Office Meeting Room, 2 East Main St, Wilmington, Vermont.  Zoom link posted at

Warned Items:

  1. Continued hearing after a site visit on an application for permit 2023-029 for a Change of Use Expansion, Structures and Signs at 7 North Main Street (Parcel ID 21-21-30), by Palmer/Horn (Matterhorn Apothecary). This permit requires Development Review Board approval for changes to a previous permit as well as new Conditional Use permitting in the Village District with a Historic Design Review District overlay.
  2. Re-opened case on an application for permit 2023-022 for an added parking spot at 40 East Main Street (Parcel ID 21-21-79), by Corriston-Reed Development Group LLC/Ray Reed. This permit requires Development Review Board approval as the property is in the Village Design Review District Overlay, in the Village District.

This hearing is warned in accordance with the Vermont Planning and Development Act (24 VSA § 4464).  Please be advised that participation in this proceeding is a prerequisite to the right to any subsequent appeal.  Additional information may be obtained from the Wilmington Zoning Administrator at (802) 464-8591, ext. 124 or

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The Wilmington Street Naming and Addressing Ordinance was adopted by the Selectboard on April 18, 2023.  It will take effect on June 17, 2023, unless a petition signed by at least five percent of the voters of Wilmington is filed with the town clerk by June 1, 2023, asking for a vote to disapprove the ordinance.  If a petition is received, the Wilmington Selectboard will warn a special meeting and the voters may vote on that question.

The purpose of the Wilmington Noise Ordinance is to preserve the public health, safety, and welfare by prohibiting excessive and disturbing noise and to prevent noise which is prolonged or unsuitable for the time and place and which is detrimental to the peace and good order of the community. It is the goal of this Ordinance to allow all residents of our Town to peacefully coexist in a manner that is mutually respectful of the interests and rights of others.

Wilmington Town Manager Scott Tucker, whose telephone number is 464-8591, and whose address is PO Box 217, Wilmington, VT 05363, is a person knowledgeable about this Ordinance and is available to answer questions and provide persons with a full text thereof.  The full text of this Ordinance may be examined at the Wilmington Town Manager’s office at 2 East Main Street, Wilmington, Vermont or at the town website