Town of Chittenden
Public Safety Survey

In an effort to gauge how the community feels about our public safety needs and whether those are being met (or not), a short 10 question survey has been developed in conjunction with the Pittsford Police Department.

The Town of Chittenden relies on contract police services in order to have a ‘police presence’ around town.  Last year (July) the town transitioned from using the Rutland County Sheriff’s Department to perform these patrols to the Pittsford Police Department.  Budgets for over five years allowed for approximately 32 hours of patrol time per month.  This fiscal year (July 2019) the budget increased which will afford the town 36-40 hours of patrol time per month.

The Select Board encourages all property owners to take a few minutes to complete this online survey. The link can be found here, in the current (August) Chit Chat for those receiving an electronic version, the Town webpage or the Town’s Facebook site.

This survey will remain open for one month and results will be shared through the same outlets.  Thanks in advance for your willingness to provide feedback.

Town of Chittenden Public Safety Survey:
Town of Chittenden Request for Bid
Winter Sand

The Town of Chittenden is soliciting bids for Winder Sand up to 3,000 tons (1,500 white, 1,500 brown) hauled from Florence Crushed Stone.  This bid shall include hauling costs by the ton to the Town garage located at 300 Holden Rd, and all winter sand must be delivered by October 1st, 2019.

This bid is for the 2019-2020 season.  The Town reserves the option of extending the bid for a subsequent year should the Town deem it to be in their best interest and agreement is reached by both parties.
Bid forms and bidding instructions are available at the Town office located at 260 Chittenden Rd, or at the Town website at

(Click anywhere above to read and/or download Complete Bidding Instructions and Form)
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PO Box 89
260 Chittenden Rd.
Chittenden, VT  05737
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Welcome to the Town of Chittenden, chartered in 1780, the town was named for Vermont's first Governor, Thomas Chittenden.

Link to Town of Chittenden Planning Commission Public Report pertaining to Town of Chittenden Town Plan Ammendment
                         Notice of Hearing

On Reclassifying T.H. 13 (Upper Michigan Rd); T.H. 20 (Tozier Hill Rd); T.H. 33(Wolcott Meadow Rd); T.H. 34 (Lower Michigan Rd); T.H. 35 (Steam Mill Brook Rd); T.H. 37 (Jimmy Dean Brook Rd); T.H. 38 (Will Mullen Crossroad); T.H. 41 (Garden Hill Rd) to a Legal Trail.
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