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Town Offices Closed on Memorial Day
05/23/2024

In observance of Memorial Day, all Brattleboro Town offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2024, with the exception of emergency services.

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Share Your Ideas About the Pool on June 25
05/22/2024

The Brattleboro Recreation & Parks Department welcomes the community to provide feedback on conceptual design options for the proposed improvements to the pool and aquatics facilities at Living Memorial Park. Join Rec & Parks and members of the design consultant team at the pool on June 25 from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. The rain date is June 26. The pool is located at Living Memorial Park at 61 Guilford Street, Brattleboro. This is an opportunity for the public to weigh in and review the results of prior input sessions held during the summer and fall of 2023.  This session continues the work of the feasibility study

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Learn About Ranked Choice Voting
05/13/2024

Vermont Secretary of State Sarah Copeland Hanzas and the League of Women Voters of Vermont co-hosted a two-part series on ranked choice voting, the second of which featured Brattleboro Town Clerk Hilary Francis.

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Fourth of July 2024 Schedule
05/09/2024

Check out this year's schedule of events for July 4th!

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Join Us at the Committee Fair on May 29
05/02/2024

The Town of Brattleboro is holding its first-ever Committee Fair on May 29 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Brooks Memorial Library. 

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Fuller Park Public Forum on June 20
04/30/2024

Rec & Parks and the Planning Department will be hosting a community input session about the future of Fuller Park (Esteyville Common).

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