Welcome To Shrewsbury, Vermont
The Official Municipal & Community Website for the Town
Welcome To Shrewsbury, Vermont
The Official Municipal & Community Website for the Town
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The Town of Shrewsbury is a hilly and mountainous town located in Rutland County, Vermont, and is home to an uncrowded and tranquil social community. Shrewsbury’s unique and special character stems from its historically rural and village settlement pattern and the natural beauty of its mountain setting containing large areas of wooded and open land, wetlands, and upland waterways. Shrewsbury’s residents’ strong community spirit kindles a sense of affection, civic responsibility and loyalty, and a shared commitment to the Town’s well-being.

Town Clerk Hours

Monday & Wednesday: 8:30am-12:30pm & 1:30pm-3:30pm
Tuesday: 7:00am-1:00pm
Thursday: 10:00am-4:00pm
And by Appointment

Town News & Announcements

New Office Hours Starting May 15! The hours for the Town Clerk’s Office will be shifting slightly to Monday & Wednesday – 8:30am-12:30pm & 1:30pm-3:30pm; Tuesday – 7:00am-1:00pm; and Thursday – 10:00am-4:00pm. Please call or email for an appointment outside of these hours.

The Shrewsbury Selectboard is looking for a Town Administrative Assistant who will:

  • Attend all Selectboard meetings, take minutes, and follow up on Selectboard business.
  • Maintain Selectboard files in coordination with the Town Clerk, Treasurer, and other Town Staff.
  • Maintain and enhance the Town’s website.
  • Assist the Road the Road Commissioner with grant applications.

Part-time $19.00/hour

If interested please contact:  Aaron Korzun 802-492-3362,  [email protected]


Must possess a valid Class B CDL driver’s license.

A partial list of tasks include:

  • Plowing, sanding, and grading of Town roads,
  • Operates and maintains the highway maintenance equipment and vehicles,
  • Does basic paving, painting, patching potholes and surfaces, mowing, repairing road shoulders, cleaning the roadside, cutting trees and brush, and cleaning drains, ditches,
  • Prepares and repairs culverts, guardrails and ditching.

See Highway Department page for more information https://www.shrewsburyvt.org/highway-department/

Contact Jamie Carrara at: 802-492-3656, [email protected]

Montpelier, VT – The Dam Safety Program of the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has announced the public launch of the new online Vermont Dam Inventory. The upgraded, publicly-available inventory of approximately 1,200 of Vermont’s dams provides data to identify dams for maintenance, upgrades, replacement, or removal and ensure the resilience of the state’s dams into the future.



Elevated Fire Danger this Week, State Officials Recommend Increased Awareness When Open Burning due to Dry and Windy Weather

LINK to Press Release

Public Invited to Join Meeting to Discuss Water Quality Plan for Ottauquechee & Black Rivers and nearby Connecticut River.

The State of Vermont DEC is hosting 2 public meetings on Monday 5/22 and Tuesday 5/23, in Woodstock and Weathersfield, respectively.

Meeting will be hybrid and available via virtually as well.

Download Info Here

Places of Interest


National Historic
Landmark since 2016

W.E. Pierce Groceries Store

Home to the Shrewsbury Cooperative at Pierce’s Store

Russellville School House

Home to Shrewsbury Agricultural Education & Arts Foundation (SAGE)

Laurel Hall & Laurel Glen Mausoleum

National Historic Landmark since 2021