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Sewer Users Survey - Response Needed

Posted: 10/21/20

The Town of Whitingham has applied for state and federal financing to help fund wastewater system improvements. Low-interest loans and grants can help reduce the burden of the costs at the local level for the project. The funding application process includes an income survey of Whitingham sewer users.  Each household in the service area is asked to complete a survey.  The information gathered will help ensure that the Town receives an appropriate level of funding assistance for the project. 


The survey is being administered by a local nonprofit organization, RCAP Solutions, Inc.  Individual responses will not be shared with the Town, or any local, state, or federal agencies. Rather, RCAP Solutions will receive the responses and prepare a summary report for potential funders. Funder guidelines require that we obtain a signed, completed survey from a high percentage of families, so your participation is very important. Residential Whitingham/Jacksonville sewer users should have received a survey a few weeks ago. Please return the survey to RCAP Solutions (postage supplied) or complete it online if you have not done so yet. If you have any questions, please contact Gig at 802-368-7500 or RCAP Solutions at 802-505-1037. Thanks for your participation.

Express Pay

Online Bill Pay Now Available

Posted: 08/19/20

The Town of Whitingham now accepts credit/debit card payments online.  The link is here.  

If you have any questions or problems please contact Almira Aekus at (802) 368-7887 or via email at

Notice of Intent to Issue a Finding of No Significant Impact

Posted: 10/19/20

The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources has posted a "Notice of Intent to Issue a Finding of No Significant Impact" for the upgrades required at the Jacksonville and Whitingham Waste Water Treatment Facilities.  The document is attached below.    Comments must be submitted by November 17, 2020 to or by calling (802) 368-7500.

PDF icon Notice of Intent to Issue a Finding of No Significant Impact.pdf

Utility Pole Survey

Posted: 10/19/20
DVFiber has recently contracted with Matrix Design Group, an engineering firm specializing in
utility pole surveys and other professional surveying and mapping services, to survey utility
poles in the towns of Stamford, Whitingham, and Halifax.
We expect Matrix to be working in the area from October 19 to October 30, 2020.
To insure a complete, impartial, and accurate utility survey, all survey staff will be
utilizing handheld GNSS GPS enabled receivers.
All Matrix survey staff will be operating white SUV’s outfitted with an emergency
beacon, company logos and all individuals will be easily identifiable by a Matrix high visibility
safety vest. Matrix Survey staff will be carrying business cards as well a company identification
at all times during the survey.
During the survey, the surveyors will be moving along the aerial pole line following existing
AC transmission lines. All utility poles will be surveyed during this survey within the towns
of Stamford, Whitingham, and Halifax. All stub and drop poles furnished with transmission lines
along a private drive will be collected as well; Matrix survey staff will be as swift as possible
during the utility data collection while traversing private property leading up to or along an
existing pole easement.
If you have questions, please write or contact Matrix Design Group, 11 Melanie Lane, Suite 14,
East Hanover, NJ 07936, 973.503.1400. For information on services and what steps Matrix will
be undertaking during the performance of services, visit
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Vermont General Election Warning for November 3, 2020

Tuesday, November 3, 2020 - 10:00am

Posted: 09/25/20

A statewide General Election will be held TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2020.  Please see the attached Warning to see the candidate information to vote on.  The Warning also includes a Notice to Voters and information about absentee and early ballots.

PDF icon WARNING-Vermont General Election-November 3, 2020.pdf
PDF icon Ballots for November 3 2020 election.pdf


Posted: 05/11/20

The Whitingham PLANNING COMMISSION has one vacancy.  The Planning Commission meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm.  They are responsible for creating a master plan for the Town of Whitingham and updating the Zoning Regulations as needed. 

The Whitingham ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT has two vacancies.  The ZBA meets as needed (usually not more than 3 times per year).  They are empowered to grant relief from the strict application of the Zoning Regulations (waivers), approve certain uses of land (special exceptions), and hear appeals of actions taken by the Zoning Administrator.

If you are interested in becoming a member of any board please contact Gig Zboray at 368-7500 or by email at