Justice of the Peace

Justice of the Peace is a position created by the Vermont constitution in 1777. Over 1,800 people hold the position in Vermont. According to the Secretary of State’s JP Guide, mandatory duties include participating as a member of the board of civil authority, by serving as an election official and assisting on Election Day, sitting on tax appeals and serving as a member of the board of tax abatement. JPs can also officiate weddings, give oaths and can act as notaries if registered at the county courthouse.

Euclid Farnham 802-889-3458
Rob Howe 802-889-3704
John O’Brien 802-889-3474
Gordon Barnaby 802-889-3736
Helen O’Donnell  802-763-8985 
Marsha Higgins  802-889-5576 
Louise Barreda  802-889-3721