Town of Pittsford, Vermont
Vermont’s Sunshine Village
Town of Pittsford, Vermont
Vermont’s Sunshine Village
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Town Announcements

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Featured Documents

Document TitleDateCategoriesLinkhf:doc_categories
ACT 250 Hearing 12-12-2023 RE: BoondocksDecember 12, 2023, featured zoning-forms-and-information
Summer 2024 Camp Director NeededDecember 6, 2023, featured recreation
Select Board Agenda 12-6-2023December 6, 2023, featured select-board-agenda
Board of Civil Authority Agenda 12-7-2023December 7, 2023, board-of-civil-authority-board-of-abatement featured
ZBA Hearing Continuance NoticeJanuary 8, 2024, featured zoning-forms-and-information
Planning Commission December Meeting CancelledDecember 28, 2023, featured planning-commission-agendas
Updated Recycling InformationDecember 1, 2023featured
Wyman & Brookside Transfer Station PricingDecember 1, 2023, featured warnings
Transfer Station Hours and Payments Accepted UpdateDecember 1, 2023featured
Medicine Take Back Box Available NowNovember 6, 2023featured

Pittsford — Vermont’s “Sunshine Village”

Pittsford is a lovely and welcoming town situated between Rutland and Middlebury, along Otter Creek and the Route 7 corridor in west central Vermont. Our rolling hills, clear streams, green pastures and covered bridges make Pittsford an ideal place to come for a visit, sight-seeing, leaf-peeping or just about anything else you might imagine.

Vermont’s “Sunshine Village,”* was established as a frontier town just before the Revolutionary War. Its 3,200 residents inhabit 44 square miles of working farms, forests and residential communities.

Otter Creek and its numerous local tributaries flow through the town’s valleys en route to Lake Champlain. Wildlife is varied and abundant. Natural beauty is all around.

Pittsford is a town where people put down roots. The fact that so many families have lived in Pittsford for generations is testament to the value that people here place on community, friendships and quality of life.

Places of Interest

Recreation Center

The Maclure Library

Cooley Covered Bridge

Local Farms

Sunshine Village

A state survey once found that Pittsford had the most sunshine of any Vermont town. The proof is in the pudding....


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