The Town of Sunderland is located within Bennington County, in Vermont´s southwest corner. In recent years residents and visitors have branded this beautiful region nestled between the Taconic and Green Mountains as The Shires of Vermont. Located between Bennington, the South Shire, and Manchester, the North Shire, Sunderland is surrounded by mountains and enriched by the waters of the famous Batten Kill that runs through the valley. Sunderland and the towns around it have historically been a popular four season destination for those seeking an authentic Vermont experience. You’ll find canoeing, tubing, camping, mountain biking, hiking and skiing close by. All within a 4 hour drive from New York City, Hartford, Boston, Northern New Jersey and Canada.
Latest News and Announcements:
Public Hearing Notice for the Re-adoption of the Sunderland Municipal Plan – Sunderland Planning Commission
The general public and officials from adjoining municipalities are urged to attend this public hearing on July 11, 2018 at 6:00 pm at the Town of Sunderland Offices, 104 Mountain View Road, Sunderland. Written comments to the address below are also welcome.
Town of Sunderland Public Hearing Notice
Draft Municipal Plan for Consideration
Sunderland Planning Commission Report
Sunderland Town Hall Gardens
In September 2015 Sunderland residents donated flowers from their garden to be planted at the new Town Hall. The gardens have thrived and will be on the Arlington Garden Tour (bonus garden on the tour) in July 2018.
Sunderland has multiple open positions.
If you are interested in being appointed by the selectboard to one of these positions please contact the selectboard at email@example.com
Auditor – 2 positions
Lister – 1 position
Planning Board – 1 position
Zoning Board – 1 position
Free WiFi is available at the Sunderland Town Hall. There is also a computer available that allows access to the internet and it can be used during normal office hours.
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