1. News & Events
  2. Calendar

    As part of the Community Resilience Organization of Hartford's Resilience U series, there will be multiple projects organized by Hartford residents around town on August 25th. Read on...
  2. US 4/5 White River Junction Bridge Repairs

    VTRANS will begin work on US 5 Bridge across from Bugbee Sr. Cntr. They will be removing the pavement & patching potholes in the deck in preparation for repaving. Traffic will be one lane in each direction. The sidewalk will be closed. Aug. 20th – 24th.
  3. Notice of Public Hearing - Vermont Community Development Program (VCDP)

    The Town of Hartford, VT is considering making application to the State of Vermont for an Implementation Grant under the Vermont Community Development Program (VCDP). Additional Info...
  4. Hartford Town Manager Search Survey

    As we initiate the recruitment / selection process for the next Town Manager, we are seeking your input. Read on...
  5. Town of Hartford 5th Charter Commission Review Committee To be Formed

    The Committee will consider topics and areas of concern within the Charter for revision and/or update and provide recommendations, in the form of a revised Charter, to both the Hartford School Board and Selectboard no later than November 30, 2018. Read on...
  6. Mosquitoes collected in Hartford have tested positive at the State Lab for West Nile virus.

    When the virus is transmitted to humans through mosquito bites, most people don't get sick. But some do: symptoms are fever, joint pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. Read on...
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  Town Manager's Notes

Hello Hartford!!

It has been a while since I checked in with everybody and I apologize for that. I plan to communicate more regularly here and through other types of media. I also plan to continue to publish the Significant Activity Report every other week so you can stay abreast of the activity of the Town and your great Town Staff. Well, we just passed our first year here in Hartford and it has really been a great year, incredibly busy, but a great year. The family and I are settled into our home in Quechee. We still have our two pets, Callie and Princess Leia. Callie loves the outdoors, running through the woods and barking at everything. Fortunately there is some distance to our neighbors. Princess Leia, our cat, also enjoys the outdoors, but she watches everything through the windows. Our daughter Kayla has decided to finally make her move to St. Louis. We knew it was coming. We’ll miss her, but know she’ll do great things over there. I appreciate the great support from everybody over the past year and look forward to keeping busy as we go forward. I look forward to meeting more of you and hearing what is on your mind. If you can’t find me, Dawn is always willing to listen and pass along to me. It has been our pleasure to serve you and we are looking forward to the future.

Thank You, Leo & Dawn.