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Welcome to our web site: an ongoing information source for residents and businesses as well as an introduction for new residents and visitors.

  Bulletin Board

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  • The Selectboard is currently reviewing and adopting Financial Policies based on the model policies of the Vermont League of Cities and Towns. To see the status of this work, click on "Town Policies" in the left column of this page.
  • Request for Proposal (RFP) for 2015 Calcium Chloride by the Groton Highway Department.  Proposal Due Date: 4/16/2015 5:00 PM See Calcium Chloride RFP.
  • 2014 Town Report has been mailed to residents.  A copy is also available with past reports on this website - see "Town Reports" in the column on the left.
  • Town of Groton- Municipal Road Erosion and Stream Crossing Inventory and Capital Budget (2015-2019) - 7MB
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  • Wed, Apr 1 - Dog Licenses are due. Contact the Town Clerk for licenses.
  • Sat, Apr 18: Groton Growers Farmers Market from 10:00 to 1:00 in the gym of the Groton Community Building on Route 302.
  • Wed, April 22 & 29 : Free Yoga Classes at 6:30 pm at the Groton Community Building co-sponsored by the Groton Library & Groton Recreation Committee. Residents of all towns & all yoga levels are invited to take advantage of 4 free Wednesday yoga classes, taught by Kelsey Root-Winchester of Rising Spirit Yoga.  Beginners welcomed! (Class dates: April 22, 29 & May 6, 13 at 6:30pm.)
  • Tues, May 12, 6 pm Groton Historical Society meeting at the Peter Paul House. All are welcome.
    Ongoing Events/ Happenings in Groton
  • Camel's Hump from Owl's Head

    (click on picture to enlarge and "Back" button to return)photo by Richy Madden from Liverpool England

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 Dave Spencer. Thank you!

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Credit Cards and E-Checks Now Accepted for  Property Tax Payments.   Payments for current or delinquent  Property Taxes can now be made by credit or debit cards or e-check through    A service charge payable to Official Payments (not the Town) will be assessed.   Questions?  Contact Treasurer, Lisa Hart  (802) 584-3131 or at