20th Anniversary of the 911 Attacks
The City of South Burlington Fire Department would like to invite the Community to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the 911 Attacks.
Please Join them this Saturday for an hour-long Sunset Memorial Event at:
Overlook Park 1830-1930 on Saturday Sept. 11th.
Keep Your Valuables Safe - Lock your Car
The community has experienced wide spread looting of unlocked vehicles. The instances have been occurring overnight and can be prevented when you take your valuables with you and lock your cars
NOTICE - Hydrant Flushing
SOUTH BURLINGTON WATER DEPARTMENT
HYDRANT FLUSHING NOTICE
The City of South Burlington Water Department will be performing its annual hydrant flushing program beginning Wednesday, August 25 and continuing through October 15.
THANK YOU FOR KEEPING YOUR EYES ON THE PRIZE
During the two-year measurement period, SBEC hosted or participated in over 50 events, laying the foundation for ongoing progress. South Burlington residents took action and are now saving over $750,000 in energy costs per year as a result – and continued savings will lead to more than $5 million in their pockets over time.
Police Chief Trevor Whipple to Retire in 2019
SOUTH BURLINGTON LANDFILL SOLAR COMMISSIONED
What's happening in City Center?
What's happening in City Center?
The South Burlington Public Library and City Hall are now open! Stop by the Senior Center for coffee or sign up for lunches and other events! Check out a book, movie, or study room at the library, attend a City meeting or art performance in the Auditorium. Whatever your question, the Welcome Center is here to help you navigate the City!
Market Street has now been open over a year and is more than just a road. Shared use paths provide a great walking and biking route, and the pond walking paths provide an ever changing view. City Center Park is going into it’s fourth (!) winter of being open for walking and playing and in natural setting.
In the private sector development, a second building is underway on Garden Street, Dover Place, a 40-unit affordable housing project is going into construction, while Prospect Place, a mixed-use project, has completed site plan review.
Phase I of Garden Street (segment A and C on the map) has been approved for funding through Tax Increment Financing. This includes a shared use path, curb work, and lighting on the west end (A), and full construction between the South Burlington City Center, LLC property and Midas Drive. On Midas Drive some improvements include bicycle and pedestrian accommodations, utility and curb work (B).
The City has other public projects ongoing in the planning and engineering stages: Williston Road Streetscape and the Pedestrian Bicycle and Bridge over I-89.
Get updates, announcements and progress photos from time to time on the City Center Facebook page.
We Work to Keep Your Water Clean
Formed in 2005, our stormwater utility maintains and improves the City's stormwater infrastructure. This includes management of water that runs off rooftops, paved and gravel roads, driveways, parking lots, and other hard services after a rain storm. This summer, there are several projects under construction to improve the current infrastructure, ultimately improving the water quality of the streams and Lake Champlain.
Your Team Keeping You Safe
The City's Public Safety team includes the police, fire & EMS, and public works departments. These men and women work around the clock to keep our community safe—whether that be clear plowed roads, emergency medical services, traffic control, or fire prevention.
Allard Square, located on Market Street is one of the new projects that was complete in 2018. This is an affordable housing community for seniors. There are 39 apartments located at Allard Square and 25 of the apartments are subsidized so renters only pay approximately 30% of their income.
To learn more about new projects please contact the Planning and Zoning office.
Our Parks and Natural Areas
Within the City, there are city parks, community parks, and natural areas. Along with these designated public spaces, recreation trails and paths run throughout the City.
Public Library & City Hall will be closed on Monday, October 11th in observance of Indigenous People's Day