Photo courtesy of David Rice


Last Updated

February 10, 2020
2:05 PM





Pursuant to 24 V.S.A. §961. The legal voters of the Town of Shrewsbury are hereby notified and warned that there is currently a vacancy for the office of Collector of Delinquent Taxes:

Interested parties shall petition the Shrewsbury Selectboard prior to 3:00 PM Thursday March 5th, 2020 with interest and consent to serve.

The Shrewsbury Selectboard will be appointing a collector of delinquent Taxes on March 18, 2020 for a term that will expire on March 2, 2021.

Submission of petitions and notice of consent to serve may be dropped off with the Town Clerk during regular business hours or by contacting a Selectboard member: Bert Potter, Steven Nicholson or Aaron Korzun.


Monday, February 10, 2020

Mark Goodwin
Town Clerk

Conservation Commission informational postings on

Lottery Road Wildlife Corridor
Carbon Sequestration

Annual Town Meeting / Presidential Preference – Tuesday March 3, 2020

There are a number of Town Officer positions that will become vacant in 2020, both elected and appointed positions. Most Boards and Commission vacancies are filled by an appointment of the Selectboard (Planning Commission, Development Review Board, Conservation Commission). If you have interest in serving on one of the Boards or Commissions speak to the Chairperson of that Board about your interest.


Annual Town Meeting – AND – Presidential Preference Election (Super Tuesday) – Tuesday March 3, 2020
Polls Open 10:00 AM – Close 7:00 PM

Shrewsbury Informational Meeting will be held on Monday evening March 2, 2020. Start time 6:00 PM

Volunteers always needed!! – If you are interested in assisting at the Polls during the day or counting ballots in the evening on March 3rd please contact the Town Clerk.

Because Presidential Primaries and Presidential Election only happen every four years, this is a reminder regarding the Presidential Preference Election (aka – the Presidential Primary):

You must declare a political party when voting in the

V.S.A. Title 17, Chapter 57, section 2704

“A person voting at the Primary shall be required to ask for the ballot of the party in which the voter wishes to vote and an election official shall record the voter’s choice of ballot by marking the entrance checklist with a letter code, as designated by the Secretary of State, to indicate the voter’s party choice.”

2020 Shrewsbury Annual Meeting Warning

Sample Officers Ballot

Sample Articles Ballot


2020 Presidential Primary Warning

Presidential Preference Sample Ballots

Sample Ballot – DEMOCRATIC

Sample Ballot – REPUBLICAN




MRUUSD Sample Ballot


Voter Registration – Contact the Town Clerk or register on-line: https://olvr.sec.state.vt.us/

Absentee Ballot request: Contact the Town Clerk or on-line: https://mvp.sec.state.vt.us/

2020 Dog Licenses are now available.

$ 9.00 for spayed or neutered

$ 13.00 for intact

Late fees are assessed after April 1st

Current rabies certificate is required.

You can obtain a License by mail as long as there is a current rabies certificate on file.

This is a reminder that it is a State Law: 20 V.S.A. § 3581 A person who is the owner of a dog or wolf-hybrid more than six months old shall annually on or before April 1 cause it to be registered, numbered, described, and licensed on a form approved by the secretary for one year from that day in the office of the clerk of the municipality wherein the dog or wolf-hybrid is kept



The Black Swamp Gate to the VT Rte. 100 Gate in Plymouth are now both closed and locked for the season.

The CCC Road will remain open from North Shrewsbury to the Black Swamp Parking gate for recreational activities.


 OnLine Voter Registration Promo

Absentee Ballots can be requested On-Line at

My Voter Page Promo

by contacting the Town Clerk:

492-3511 / shrewsburyclerk@vermontel.net


Homestead Non-Homestead
Municipal $0.4287 $0.4287
Education $1.4850 $1.5021
Local Agreement $0.0003 $0.0003
TOTAL $1.9140 $1.9311


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Green Mountain Passport

To be eligible for a life-long VT State Parks Passport, a person must be:

  • A legal resident of Vermont and the municipality where the application is made,
  •  AND either
    62 years of age or older, or
    a veteran of the uniformed services

Use your Green Mountain Passport for:

  • Admission to Vermont State Parks (overnight camping and other park fees are excluded)
  • Vermont State Historic Sites

To receive a Green Mountain Passport card:

  • Fill out an application at your local City or Town Clerk’s Office


Photos of the Jim Jeffords State Forest & Brown Bridge Dedication

Courtesy of Marilyn Dalick