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The office is resuming normal operating, opening to walk-ins. We ask if you need to do research that you please call ahead for an appointment to keep the numbers of visitors in the office appropriate to social distancing requirements.
Un-vaccinated individuals are strongly encouraged to continue wearing a mask in all Town Buildings.
Vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear a mask in Town Buildings.
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Approved 2015 Pittsfield Town Plan
Click here for 2015 Town Plan
Click here to see Appendix
Click here to see maps
Flood Hazard Regulations, Adopted February 4, 2014
All dogs residing in the Town of Pittsfield must be licensed with the Town by March 31st of each year
Present current rabies certificate at Town Office to obtain license. Click HERE for instructions.
COVID-19 Information and Resources can be found here:
Pittsfield Emergency Management
BE SMART, STAY SAFE. The State of Vermont requires masks be worn in public if unable to keep 6' distance. Dr. Levine's four core messages:
Select Board Meetings
The next regular meetings of the Pittsfield Select Board are:
Thursday June 17, 2021
Thursday July 15, 2021
Thursday August 19, 2021
Pittsfield Town Office, 6:00 p.m.
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Dial-in number: (978) 990-5000
Access Number: 755483
All Select Board meetings are open to the public.
Town of Pittsfield 40 Village Green PO Box 556 Pittsfield, VT 05762
SELECT BOARD OF PITTSFIELD, VERMONT
CONDEMNATION OF RACIALLY-MOTIVATED
VANDALISM OR HARASSMENT
The Pittsfield Select Board is aware of an incident of racially-motivated vandalism that recently occurred in our town. Pittsfield is no stranger to racially-motivated vandalism. In February 1881, a Pittsfield school house was vandalized by “the Ku Klux Klan or some other enemy of civilization and decency…”, as noted on page 32 of A Glimpse of the Past: Pittsfield, Vermont, by Davis and Hance, 1976.
Standing by silently in the face of racially-motivated vandalism or harassment is dangerous and contrary to our ideals of freedom, equality, and justice.
it is HEREBY RESOLVED that the Town of Pittsfield condemns all forms of racially-motivated vandalism or harassment.
The Pittsfield Select Board urges anyone who witnesses or experiences racially-motivated vandalism or harassment to report it to appropriate authorities.
Adopted March 18, 2021 by unanimous vote.
S/Ann Kuendig, Chair s/A.J. Ruben, Vice Chair s/Joyce Stevens
Contact Ray Colton 746-8033