Welcome to Shaftsbury!
~ Official Website of the Town of Shaftsbury, Vermont ~
Welcome to Shaftsbury, Vermont – right next to everything. Forest hiking, local food farms, historic architecture – you don’t even have to leave the city limits. Covered bridges, colleges, arts and culture – you could get there by bicycle. New York, Boston, Montreal – half a day’s drive. Or don’t go anywhere – step out your door at night and let our dark skies bedazzle you with brilliant stars, planets and the Milky Way. Shaftsbury offers the beauty and quiet of rural living with city convenience within easy reach.
Discover: Our history, historic buildings, and what “makes us tick” as Shaftsbury folks. A proud heritage that goes back over 200 years.
Farm to Table: Our local agriculture, a heritage of farming, farm stands and area farmers markets. A bucolic landscape defined by a history of working the land.
Explore: Hiking trails, regional fishing map, hunting information, our Green Mountain National Forest and much more. Plus a bit about our ghost town, Glastenbury.
Recreation! Hiking trails, regional fishing map, hunting information, our Green Mountain National Forest and much more. Plus a bit about our ghost town, Glastenbury.
Living: A place for families with a great elementary school, or an idyllic place to retire. Ideal location close to regional hospital, cultural centers, shopping, and everything Vermont has to offer.
The Southern Vermont Communication Union District (SoVT CUD) aims to bring broadband Internet service to under-served areas of Southern Vermont. Following the model of Act 79, last year's "broadband bill", this effort will: 1) Create the SoVT CUD by town meeting vote...
Comcast is offering low cost Internet service to qualifying households. You may qualify if you have at least one child eligible for the National School Lunch Program, or if you receive public assistance through such programs as housing assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI,...
https://www.wcvb.com/article/visit-where-robert-frost-called-home/26294223 Including the Robert Frost Museum, Grandma Moses, and the Glastenbury Triangle with our own Tyler Resch.
Found a lost dog?
Search dog license numbers in order to find the owner’s contact number.
Other times available by appointment
(802) 442-4038 ext. 1