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Selectboard Meetings
& Town Meetings

Marriage Licenses

Civil Marriage License: $60
Certified copy: $10

Dog Licenses

Due on or before April 1:
Current rabies certificate is a must.

Dogs/Wolf Hybrids: $13
Neutered: $9

License Fees after April 1:
Dogs/Wolf Hybrids: $17
Neutered: $11

**a fine of $2 per day is assessed for each day unlicensed after April 1.

Contacts

P.O. Box 238
Rochester, VT 05767
Phone: 802-767-3631
Email: rochestertown@comcast.net

Town Clerk/Treasurer/
Tax Collector:

Julie Smith
802-767-3631

Assistant Clerk/Treasurer
Delinquent Tax Collector:

Rebecca Klein
802-767-3631

Selectboard Administrative Assistant:
Joan Allen
rochesterassistant@comcast.net

Highway/Road Dept:
John Champion, Road Foreman
Dana Spalding
802-767-4732

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Bone Builders
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Summer Performing Arts Camp!

The White River Valley Players’
Summer Performing Arts Camp!
For students entering grades 1 through 8
August 5-9, 2019
at Rochester School, Route 100, Rochester VT

>> Flyer and Registration

Rochester Fourth of July Events Include Parade, BBQ, Music

You won’t have to leave the valley to have a great time celebrating our nation’s birthday. In Rochester, the Fourth of July celebration will be Thursday, July 4, beginning with the annual Pierce Hall Independence Day Dash, which is both a 5K running race and walking event, at the Rochester School.

Registration for the 5K walk-run and the children’s one-mile walk-run will begin at 8:30 a.m. behind the school gym. The adult walk-run will begin at 9 a.m., with the children’s race beginning after the adult event starts. Spectator-friendly courses are generally on grass or dirt roads and vary from flat to short, but steep hills.

There will be water, awards, and refreshments for the participants at the finish line. T-shirts celebrating the run will be for sale for adults and children and all proceeds help support the Pierce Hall Community Center.

The theme for this year’s big parade is “Community Spirit,” and floats, marching entries, horses, antique and classic cars, and more, will head north on Route 100 through the village, beginning at 11 a.m. A panel of judges stationed in front of the Park House will award first-, second-, and third-place trophies.

Following the parade, there will be the traditional reading of the Declaration of Independence.
The Route 100 Lions Club and Pierce Hall Community Center will work together to serve up the popular chicken barbecue with all the trimmings beginning at noon on the park in Rochester village, where there will also be live music by the local jam band “Whoever Shows Up,” and games for kids organized by the local Girl Scout troop.

To request an entry form for the parade, and for more information about the events following, call Martha Slater at 767-3025.

Bethel Mountain Road Repair Project.

Interested bidders should check this website for an Invitation to Bid in mid-July 2019, or go to www.vermontbusinessregistry.com

PROJECT DESCIPTION:  WORK TO BE PERFORMED UNDER THIS PROJECT INCLUDES SLOPE STABILIZATION, COLD PLANE AND OVERLAY OF PAVEMENT, FULL DEPTH PAVEMENT AND SUBBASE REPLACEMENT, TEMPORARY ACCESS ROADS, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, DITCHING, GUARDRAIL IMPROVEMENTS, PAVEMENT MARKINGS, EROSION CONTROL MEASURES, AND OTHER RELATED HIGHWAY ITEMS.
 

NOTICE

Town Clerk’s Office will be CLOSED

TUESDAY (June 18, 2019) and THURSDAY (June 20, 2019)

From 8 am – Noon

Hazard Mitigation Agenda

Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Task Force
June 19, 20019
6:00 PM
Town Office
Agenda:
1. Determine process and timeline for project completion
2. Review highlights of current plan
3. Discuss new hazards
4. Date for next meeting and work to be done by then

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WHAT: Town Plan Work Group #1
WHERE: Rochester Town Office, 67 School St.
WHEN: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 from 6 to 8 pm
FOOD: TBD (Sugg Brown Bag or Hubbard’s Pizza)

Summer Concert Series

All concerts are free every Sunday in the Park from 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Sunday, June 23
Inora Brass Quintet

Sunday, June 30
John Lackard Blues Band

Sunday, July 7
Haze & Dacey

Sunday, July 14
Hamjob

Sunday, July 21
Rick Redington & The Luv

Sunday, July 28
The Party Crashers

Sunday, Aug. 4
Stretch ’n the Limits

Sunday, Aug. 11
Orzack’s Road

Sunday, Aug. 18
Tim Brick

Bethel Transfer Station

22 Waterman Rd., Royalton, VT 05068
Phone: 802-7 63-2232
whiteriveralliancesolidwaste.org

Hours of Operation
Tuesday – Thursday – Friday 7am-3pm
Saturday 7am-1pm
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Sunday – Monday – Wednesday CLOSED

>> Household Hazardous Waste Days
SATURDAY JULY 13. 2019 8AM – 12 PM
SATURDAY AUGUST 3 ,2019 8AM – 12 PM

>> Price List 2019

Road Closed Update

Due to dangerous conditions caused by Flood Damage be advised that BETHEL MOUNTAIN ROAD is CLOSED for the foreseeable future. Detour by Rt. 100 & Rt. 107

“Rochester From the Air”

Rochester From the Air from Robert Gardner on Vimeo.