Resources

Directory

Job Posting Sites

Area Business Organizations/Associations

Media & News

Print Media

Television

Radio

Business Relocation Resources

Schools, Education, & Libraries

Day Care & Preschool

  • Vermont's 2007 Early Childhood Resource Directory

    This document provides state and local contact information about early childhood resources in your area. Contact information is provided for local school district Essential Early Education (EEE) and Early Education Initiative (EEI) programs, Family Infant Toddler Programs (FITP), Head Start, parent/child centers, family support services, medical and health services, Children’s Upstream Services, and Even Start.

  • Bright Futures Child Care Information System

    A resource for parents and child care providers to get answers to questions about child care, early education, school age care, and the services available to help ensure that high quality child care is available to every child in Vermont who needs it.

K-12 Education

Libraries

Higher Education

Continuing Education

Housing Resources

Community Involvement Resources

  • United Way of Chittenden County's Volunteer List

    The United Way of Chittenden County maintains a searchable list of over 400 volunteer opportunities

  • Front Porch Forum

    Front Porch Forum (FPF) helps neighbors connect and foster community within the neighborhood by hosting networks of online neighborhood forums. FPF covers all of Chittenden County and more than 12,000 households subscribe.

Emergency Information & Human Services Help

Resources for the LGBTQ Community

  • The Vermont Gay Guide

    The Vermont Gay Guide maintains a list of nonprofits and resources for the LGBTQ community. The list is searchable by region, category, and keywords.

  • Vermont Gay Social Alternatives

    Vermont Gay Social Alternatives provides occasions for Vermont’s queer community to meet in comfortable, safe, social surroundings. While a majority of their members are from Chittenden County, their events take place all over the state.

  • RU12? Community Center

    RU12? celebrates, educates, and advocates with and for LGBTQ Vermonters. Their community center is in downtown Burlington. They offer free resources and community meeting space, have a lending library, and host many community social events.

  • Outright Vermont

    Outright Vermont works to build safe, healthy, and supportive environments for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth. Their work includes education and outreach, health and wellness, direct services, and social justice organizing.

Resources for Refugees

  • The Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program (VRRP)

    The VVRP is a field office of the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants and the only refugee resettlement agency in Vermont. VRRP helps refugees and immigrants gain personal independence and economic self-sufficiency, become contributing members of their new communities, and able participants in all aspects of American life

Sports & Recreation

Professional Sports

Collegiate Sports

Recreational Sports

Government

Complete Government Listing

Vermont's U.S. Congressional Delegation

Vermont's Executive Branch

Vermont's Legislative Branch

Vermont's Judicial Branch

Town & City Government

Libraries

Weather Information

Getting Around -- Transportation

Public Transportation

Car Sharing, Carpooling, & Vanpooling

  • CarShare Vermont

    CarShare Vermont gives you easy access to a network of vehicles parked around town that you can use whenever you want for as long as you like.

  • Carpooling

    Connecting Commuters is carpool matching service operated by the Vermont Agency of Transportation and currently used by more than 4,000 Vermonters

  • Vanpooling

Bicycling

  • Local Motion

    Local Motion works to promote bicycling, walking, running, inline skating and the facilities that make such travel safe, easy and fun and provides a lot of information on biking routes and safety.

Buses, Rail, & Ferries

  • Bus, Rail & Ferries Listing

    The Vermont Agency of Transportation keeps a comprehensive list of the bus, rail, & ferry services available in the state.

  • Greyhound

    Greyhound serves 49 Vermont communities and travels to Boston, New York City, & Montreal.

  • Amtrak

    The Ethan Allen Express travels between Rutland, Vermont, and New York City, and the Vermonter travels between St. Albans, Vermont, New York City, and Washington, D.C.

  • Lake Champlain Ferries

    Lake Champlain ferries provides three crossings on Lake Champlain between Vermont and New York.

  • Ticonderoga Ferry

    The Ticonderoga ferry provides crossings on Lake Champlain between Shoreham, Vermont, and New York.

Airport

Parking & Park & Rides

  • Vermont State Park & Rides

    Vermont has 27 state park and rides that make it easier for you to carpool or vanpool.

  • Parking in Burlington

    The City of Burlington has over 4,000 parking spaces available to the public. See the City of Burlington's website for maps, parking rates, additional holiday parking, free shuttle services, and free parking times. Note that the first two hours are free in any City-owned parking garage.

  • Winter Parking Bans in Burlington

    When the City of Burlington needs to plow city streets or anticipates a big winter storm, they declare a Winter Parking Ban. "During Parking Bans, parking on any City street or in any City-owned surface parking lot is prohibited between 10:00 PM until 7:00 AM in residential areas, and in the downtown business area from 12:00 AM to 06:00 AM." Cars in violation of the Ban will be towed. Yellow lights around town will flash during a parking ban. You can also email alerts for Parking Bans by joining the Burlington Parking Ban Yahoo group

Entertainment/Shop/Dine

New to Vermont?

The Vermont State Government Website

  • Establish Vermont residency
  • Get a Vermont driver's license

    The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles describes everything you need to know about converting your license into a Vermont state license. For DMV hours click here.

  • Register your vehicle

    The Vermont Department of Motor vehicles describes everything you need to register your vehicle in Vermont. For DMV hours click here.

  • Register to Vote
  • Do your Taxes

    The Vermont Department of Taxes' web site provides forms and general information, tax collection statistics, legal interpretations of technical bulletins, regulations, and formal rulings, and a variety of other tax-related information. The site also provides links to other useful sites for the taxpayer or tax professional. To view Vermont Department of Taxes State Forms, click here.

Winter Driving

  • Vermont 5-1-1

    By calling 5-1-1 you can get information on Vermont's road and driving conditions.

  • Winter Parking Bans in Burlington

    When the City of Burlington needs to plow city streets or anticipates a big winter storm, they declare a Winter Parking Ban. "During Parking Bans, parking on any City street or in any City-owned surface parking lot is prohibited between 10:00 PM until 7:00 AM in residential areas, and in the downtown business area from 12:00 AM to 06:00 AM." Cars in violation of the Ban will be towed. Yellow lights around town will flash during a parking ban. You can also email alerts for Parking Bans by joining the Burlington Parking Ban Yahoo group

Health Resources

 

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