Community and Area Information

    Putney residents met with the assistance of the Vermont Council on Rural Development and selected three priorities for the betterment of Putney as a community.
    Click here for information on projects and learn how you can get involved!
     The library is an educational resources for patrons ages 0-100!
     Visit our beautiful library to attend a program, use the internet, borrow a book, or read in the company of your neighbors.
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    The associations primary objective is to strengthen the link between human beings and the natural environment by preserving
     undeveloped land on Windmill Ridge in Southeastern Vermont for the benefit and enjoyment of present and future generations.  
     The pool is a valuable community resource provided by the Town of Putney. 
      Located at 172 Westminster Road, the pool offers swimming, lessons, and is available for special events.  
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County and State Organizations
Support Services
    Serves Putney residents of all ages; volunteers deliver Meals on Wheels, help residents sign up for health insurance,
    and to identify and access resources such as Three Squares, subsidized and low-income housing, heating assistance,
    disability services and emergency funding. We’re here to help — give Community Advocate Kate a call:  802-387-2120. 
  For assistance filing state and federal taxes contact SEVCA to make an appointment or ask about drop-off options 
  VITA Program Coordinator       Emily Strasser     802-722-4575 x 1603
    For information or to report an outage, visit GMP's website or call (888) 835-4672
  Access stickers are valid for one year from July 1st through June 30th and are available at the scale house, day passes are also available.