The Town of Shrewsbury is excited to support Shrewsbury Day, being held later this year!
Save the date for September 18, 2021

Other Events of interest:

May 1 8am-10am *GREEN UP DAY: pick up bags and road choice at Meeting House
May 1 10am-Noon *GREEN UP DAY: drop off bags at Transfer Station

May 16 4pm *Famous Books Book Club
May 23 4pm *Science Book Club

May 15 from 8:30am to 12:30pm
Household Hazardous Waste Event
Rutland Town Transfer Station off Post Road Extension

May 29 at 5:00 pm THE PLUMB BOBS
Outside the Shrewsbury Meetinghouse


Reminder 2021 Dog Licenses are due

$ 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





2021 Annual Town Meeting

Current Checklist



VT Vaccine Info
VT COVID-19 Info

National COVID-19 Info




Homestead Non-Homestead
Municipal $0.2981 $0.2981
Education $1.5755 $1.5922
Local Agreement $0.0009 $0.0009
TOTAL $1.8745 $1.8912
  -2.0% -2.0%




Punch cards are temporarily now available directly from the Transfer Station Attendants.  Cash or Check (payable to the Town of Shrewsbury) ONLY

Guidance for Vermonters

Notice from the Select board, Town Health Officer, Shrewsbury Emergency Management.


We have all been diligent in keeping abreast of the communications regarding COVID-19 from the Vermont Department of health, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Vermont Emergency Management and The Governor of the State of Vermont.   The Town website will be updated with information and links for information as it is received.

 When to call:

  • If you have questions: Dial 2-1-1. If you have trouble reaching 2-1-1, dial 1-866-652-4636.
  • Travelers returning from outside the country or from a cruise: Call Health Department Epidemiology at 802-863-7240.
  • If you are sick or concerned about your health: Call your health care provider by phone. Do not go to the hospital, except in a life-threatening situation.

Stay up to date at healthvermont.gov/covid19

Who can be tested?

If you are ill, call your health care provider to find out if you can be seen for evaluation. Testing is not treatment and not everyone needs to be tested. Do not call 2-1-1 or the Health Department about testing.

In addition to protecting a patient’s personal health information, state health and public safety officials are committed to ensuring that Vermonters are aware of any risk to themselves and their community. This is the essential work of public health. We will contact anyone identified as at-risk as part of any case investigation, and recommend they stay home for 14 days or follow other restrictions as needed.

For the most up-to-date information and guidance about COVID-19, visit www.healthvermont.gov/covid19 and www.cdc.gov/covid19


Medical-Police-Fire Emergency Dial 911   Ambulance 773-1700 Hospital 775-7111

Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging (SVCOA)

Bennington and Rutland offices are closed to public visitors, including clients. If a client, community partner, service representative etc. needs to contact the agency, they are asked to do so via telephone or email.

For SVCOA’s Help Line, call: 1-800-642-5119 or 802-786-5990 To contact the Rutland office, call: 802-786-5990

To contact SVCOA by email, send to: infoandassistance@svcoa.net

Nutrition — Meals on Wheels

SVCOA’s Home Delivered Meals Program (Meals on Wheels) will continue to operate and serve clients under the following revised protocol:

  • Anyone who wishes to sign up for Meals on Wheels should call 802-786-5990.
  • All clients who are new and are signing up for Meals on Wheels will be screened using the most current Vermont Department of Health Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) screening tool. Should anyone not pass the screening tool, clients will be provided meals using the following procedure:
  1. Meals will be delivered once a week (7 meals).
  2. Volunteer driver will ring the doorbell, leave meals at the doorstep and will proceed to wait in their vehicle to confirm that the client has received the meals.
  3. If the client does not come to the door within 15 minutes, the volunteer will bring the meals back to facility (this is to prevent any foodborne illness outbreaks).
  4.    Living in Place Shrewsbury Contact Judy Emerick 492-2228, Sharon Winnicki 492-3536; Dick Rohe 492-2300  Also has a variety of medical equipment for use.
  5. Pierce’s 492-3326: you can call ahead for grocery orders and food takeout
  6. Shrewsbury Community Church and Helping Hands and Food Shelf:
    Rita Lane 775-2578, Sue Kelley 492-3738, Donna Smith 492-3367
  7. Loretta’s Good Food 772-7638: Call ahead for takeout food 
  8. Shrewsbury  There are many volunteers with the listed organizations willing to help in any way, being mindful of the restrictions that are advised from the CDC and Vermont Health Department relating to COVID-19
  9. Rutland Vermont Department of Health Office 802-786-5811
  10. https://site.google.com/view.rutvtmutualaid/home
  11. Anyone with questions specific to SVCOA’s Nutrition Program, please contact Courtney Anderson at 802-772-7828.



For the most up-to-date information and guidance about COVID-19, visit www.healthvermont.gov/covid19 and www.cdc.gov/covid19 . For non-emergency issues and questions, please feel free to call or email Kathy Felder, the Town Health Officer, at 802-492-3633 or gkfelder@comcast.net.


As a precaution, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Shrewsbury Town Office is closed to the public effective immediately and until further notice. The Town Office staff: Treasurer, Listers and Clerk will remain available to assist you by phone and email.  Some of these will be working remotely so there will be added time to some responses.

Please call ahead, as situations, directives and responses change on a dynamic basis.

To reach Shrewsbury Town Office staff by phone or email:

Town Treasurer: Linda McGuire- (802)492-3558 shrewsburytreas@vermontel.net

Shrewsbury Board of Listers: Sharon Winnicki, Chair (802) 492-2009 shrewsburylist@vermontel.net

Shrewsbury Clerk: Megan A. LaChance, Esq., (802)492-3511 shrewsburyclerk@vermontel.net

As much as possible Town Office business will be conducted by phone, e-mail and snail mail. Title searchers, attorneys, notary services and other vital records requests are being conducted by arranged appointment only.  Please e-mail the Town Clerk to make an appointment within health and safety protocols. shrewsburyclerk@vermontel.net

We encourage everyone to follow CDC and Department of Health hand-washing and social distancing recommendations.

www.healthvermont.gov/covid19. Thank you for understanding that these are unusual times, requiring precautions for public safety and health. These measures will cause a slowing down and more situational response that otherwise would be routine tasks.

Thank you in advance for your patience, so that none of us become patients.
Please check back periodically for updates.






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Learn more about Vermont State Parks (vtstateparks.com)

To receive a Green Mountain Passport card:

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


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