**REMINDER**

The road crew would like to remind residents, plowing across the road is illegal. It is a hazard and is difficult to move frozen snow. Please be aware.



 2019 Dog Licenses Available

Licensing of all dogs is due annually on April 1st. $9.00 spayed/neutered and $13.00 for others. Valid rabies vaccination certificate must accompany payment of fee.



To Obtain a Burn Permit

Please Contact

Kevin Colby: 802-535-8722

Jeff Gingue: 802-535-4009



Transfer Station Prices

Updated January 1, 2019
Kitchen Trash Bag (13 gal) $3.00
Garbage Can Bag (33 gal)$4.00
Contractor Bag (55 gal)$6.00
Barrels$6.00



 Waterford Health Officer

Andrea Dinneen

802-535-2483


 
 




Chartered on November 8, 1780, as part of the Vermont Charter. The original name of the town was Littleton, but was changed to Waterford after New Hampshire gave the town across the Connecticut River the same name. The town's first history book, written by Dr. C. E. Harris, says the name change was "to prevent confusion with Littleton, N.H.; also because there were two practicable fords in town across the Connecticut River," places where the river could be bridged, as it soon was, and is today.


Waterford's early settlers created several districts of town, with names like Upper Waterford (the village "up" the Connecticut River), Lower Waterford, West Waterford, and Waterford Hollow. When Moore Dam, built for hydroelectric power and dedicated in 1957, created a lake at Upper Waterford, the famous "White Village" of Lower Waterford became the town center, with the library and town office.