Welcome to Tunbridge!

Welcome to the official Town of Tunbridge, Vermont, website, where residents and visitors are kept up-to-date on town government and activities.

Established in 1761, Tunbridge has three villages and five covered bridges that follow the First Branch of the White River and Vermont Route 110. Located in Orange County, the town’s roughly 1,000 residents host the Tunbridge World’s Fair every September and take pride in their agrarian history. Students from pre-kindergarten until eighth-grade attend Tunbridge Central School in North Tunbridge. High school students are part of the state’s school choice program. Follow this link to learn more about the town’s history.

Town Notices:

March 6, 2018

The following were elected at 2018 Town and School Meetings:
• Moderator: Euclid Farnham
• Selectboard: John O’Brien
• Lister: Daniel Ruddell
• Auditor: Betsy Race
• Town Agent: Judy Lewis
• Town Grand Juror: Lenora Kimball
• First Constable: Dana Colson Sr.
• Second Constable: Michael O’Donnell
• Cemetery Commissioner: Dennis Cilley
• Trustee of Public Funds: Jonni Huntley Spaulding
• Library Trustee: Eve Ermer
• Collector of Delinquent Taxes: Joseph Paquin
• School board: Kathy Galluzzo and Joseph Paquin

At Town Meeting, 166 of the town’s 992 voters attended.

Feb. 8, 2018

Tunbridge will be holding its annual RABIES CLINIC on March 17, 2018, from 9 a.m. to noon at the CHELSEA TOWN HALL, 296 Vermont Route 110, Chelsea, Vt. This clinic will be combined with Chelsea; the cost of the vaccine is $15. Vaccine and inoculations are provided by a licensed veterinarian from the Chelsea Animal Hospital. The clinic is for dogs and cats; dogs must be leashed; cats must be in a carrier.

Reminder: The deadline for licensing your dogs is April 1, 2018. Cost is $9.00 per spayed/neutered; $13.00 for non-spayed or neutered.

Feb. 15, 2018

The latest issue of the Tunbridge Quarterly has been mailed. Follow this link to read all about it! The deadline for submissions for the next issue is May 1, 2018.