Town of Enosburgh, Vermont

Town Clerk: (802)933-4421
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 3:30pm

Notice of REMOTE Public Hearing Zoom Meeting with the Enosburgh Development Review Board

Time: 6:30pm on October 28, 2020

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 802 933 4421


With this time of trouble and concern for our community we will be closed to the public until May 15 and revisit the situation at that time. The Town Clerks Office and Zoning Office will be available by appointment only beginning March 18, 2020. Our staff will continue to work our normal hours so that the town remains functional.

Dog Licenses – Enosburgh will waive the late fee this year due to the problems we are facing, we will be holding a rabies clinic as soon as it is safe to be out in groups again.

Lister cards – we will fax or email these to you at no charge.

Tax bill copies – we are happy to fax or email a copy to you or your tax preparer

Land Records – the vault is available by appointment only, we will not do research for you regardless of any situation, we will fax or email copies of a record if you have the book and page for us.

Any other questions please call 802 933-4421 for the town clerk or 802 933-4409 for the zoning office

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Town Office

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Postal Address

239 Main Street
Enosburg Falls, VT 05450
    P.O. Box 465
Enosburg Falls, VT 05450

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday 8am - 3:30pm

Town Clerk / Treasurer:

Billie Jo Draper
Phone: (802)933-4421
Email: townclerk@enosburghvt.org


About Enosburgh

Enosburgh, chartered May 15th 1780, is a town in Franklin County, Vermont, United States. The population was 4,977 at the 2010 census. Enosburgh includes the village Enosburg Falls and the locations Bordoville, East Enosburgh, North Enosburgh, Samsonville, West Enosburgh, and Enosburgh Center.

Enosburgh was named for Roger Enos, who had been a commander of Vermont Forces in the American Revolution. He was also Ira Allen's father-in-law. Curiously the spelling of Enosburgh differs from the spelling of Enosburg Falls.

The town center was originally located at Enosburgh Center (starting around 1800) on top of the hill on the Boston Post Road. The hub of the town gradually moved to Enosburg Falls where several industries took advantage of the power at the falls.

The village received a boost in the 1880s when Dr. B.J. Kendall started making his cure for spavin, a common horse ailment. The success of the treatment would later put Enosburg Falls on the map. The Spavin Cure company would go on to build the village's first water system and the Enosburg Opera House.

Enosburg's Vermont Dairy Festival, founded in 1956, draws thousands of people to town the first weekend in June every year in celebration of Vermonts' biggest agricultural industry.

The Enosburg school system contains one of Franklin County's five high schools - Enosburg Falls High, which draws students from several outlying towns.

Despite recent residential development, Enosburg remains a largely agricultural town with great expanses of open farm land. The village features a quintessential Vermont Main Street, ending near the Bridge of Flowers and Light over the Mississquoi River.

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