Welcome to the Town of Londonderry’s revised website…
We will be updating this site on a regular basis and hope you will visit often to know about the happenings in Londonderry.
The Clerk’s Office will Closed September 1st for Labor Day
The Vermont Primary is August 26th. The Polls will be open at the Town Offices 100 Old School St. South Londonderry from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Absentee ballots must be returned to the polling place by 7:00 pm on August 26th.
The Londonderry Cemetery Commission needs your help!
The Cemetery Commission for the Town of Londonderry is asking for help from the general public. As you may be aware, graves of veterans are marked with both a flag, and a ‘flag holder’. The flag holders are distinctive to each veteran for the war and/or branch of service that the individual served in. Over the years the Vermont harsh winters has done in a large number of the flag holders and many are simply gone and/or need to be replaced. THIS IS WHERE WE NEED YOUR INPUT! Do you have a family member, loved one, friend, former neighbor, etc. buried in one of the Londonderry Cemeteries who served in the military? Do you know the war/conflict that person served in and/or the branch of military service? This information would be very helpful as the Londonderry Cemetery Commission seeks to honor the graves of our veterans with proper care and respect. If you have information that could help us place, or replace, a proper distinctive flag holder on a veteran’s grave please contact Melvin Twitchell at: 802-345-0843 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance for your assistance. – The Londonderry Cemetery Commission
OUR STATE REPRESENTATIVES
Please see the link below to reference a list of State Senators and our State Representative for Londonderry. This pdf contains contact information for each. Senator & Representative Information.
INFORMATION ON TOWN DIRT ROADS
This summer the town has switched from flaked calcium chloride to liquid calcium chloride for our dirt roads. After roads have been graded you will see this liquid being applied to our roads.
Beginning May 3rd the Londonderry Transfer Station will begin to accept food scraps as a step in complying with Act 148, the Universal Recycling Act. Please click here for an informational postcard and here for Vermont’s Guide to Composting Kitchen Scraps. New containers are now available for kitchen use to store food scraps. See the flyer counter top pail.
THE LONDONDERRY MONTHLY
Click here to see the latest news and happenings in the July 2014 edition of the Londonderry Monthly. Links to earlier editions of the Londonderry Monthly can be found on this site by choosing the TOWN menu and then selecting NEWSLETTER.
New Transfer Station rates took affect on January 1, 2014. Please see the Recycling/Transfer station page for details.
See our new composting page and links to information about food scrap pails and what to compost by clicking here.
Last updated August 19, 2014