We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation. The health and safety of our employees and the public is our top priority. We are continuing to employ measures to help limit exposure and spread. We are updating this page regularly to keep you current on our operations.
MUNICIPAL FACILITIES & DEPARTMENTS
While we continue to provide services, the following facilities may have modified access.
The front vestibule of police headquarters is open.
If you have business with the South Burlington Fire Department Fire Marshal, Electrical Inspector or ambulance billing, please utilize the lobby phone and you will be assisted accordingly. Public Access into the firehouse is closed unless previously scheduled. Masks are encouraged for all visitors.
If you call 911, you will be asked if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms.
The Library is currently open to the public. (Hours are: Mon-Thurs 10am - 7pm, Fri 10am - 5pm, Sat 10am - 2pm). Masks are encouraged within the facility.
Please visit their website here for more information.
The building at 104 Landfill Road is open to the public. All permits are available online at http://www.southburlingtonvt.gov/departments/public_works/forms.php
Now located at 180 Market Street, City Hall is open to the public (Mon-Fri 8am - 4:30pm). Masks are encouraged inside the building.
Now located at 180 Market Street, the City Clerk's Office is open to the public (Mon-Fri 8am - 4:30pm). Masks are encouraged inside the office.
For more information on remote services, visit here.
PLANNING & ZONING
Now located at 180 Market Street, City Hall is open to the public (Mon-Fri 8am - 4:30pm). Masks are encouraged.
You may access most files electronically. See database.
Access Frequently Asked Questions and more info.
RECREATION & PARKS
The department is now located at 180 Market Street. Masks are encouraged in the building.
We are continuing to monitor state and national resources such as the Vermont Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control for COVID-19 guidance.
State of Vermont COVID 19 Resource Guide
Volunteer Opportunities – Help Support Vermonters Affected by COVID-19
Visit Vermont211.org or Dial 2-1-1 to be directed to Info & Referrals (I&R)
CHILDREN / FOOD / FAMILY RESOURCES
WIC gives access to healthy foods, nutrition education and counseling, breastfeeding support, and more. If you’re pregnant, a caregiver, or a parent with a child under five, check if you qualify for WIC.
3SquaresVT (known nationally as SNAP) - A state food assistance program based on income.
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
First Call For Chittenden County - Phone: 802-488-7777 : Serving clients and the community regardless of age or diagnosis. Trained staff is available 24/7/365, regardless of the type of service. Call for phone support, crisis intervention and assessment, referrals to appropriate services, and connection to follow-up care. We will collaborate with emergency responders during a crisis as needed.
SOUTH BURLINGTON FOOD SHELF
Donations are accepted any time they are open and on Thursdays- 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Thursday- 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Friday 8 am – 10 am, Saturday- 8 am – 10 am
356 Dorset Street, South Burlington
Contact information- email@example.com
Age Well is the leading experts and advocates for the aging population of Northwestern Vermont. Contact them to volunteer to be a Meals on Wheels Driver. They are always in need of volunteers.
Erica Marks, Director of Volunteer Services: 802-662-5249 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
In person public meetings have resumed. Some are also being held in a hybrid model. Please review the details of each meeting to learn about the options. You can check out the City's calendar to see a current list of meetings. You can also view all agendas and meeting minutes here.
We will continue to update our this page and social media, as new information is available.
Last updated August 12, 2022