Norwich, VT has an opening for its Director of Public Works. Under the direction of the Town Manager, this is a full-time, salaried position responsible for supervision of Highway, Transfer Station, Custodial, and Buildings & Grounds functions. Work also includes collaboration with the Norwich Fire District. Read the full job advertisement here. See job description […]
A pamphlet with information on local services with no charge or minimal charges is available at the Town Clerk’s Office, the Norwich Public Library and Senior Housing.
The Town of Norwich is seeking proposals for a consultant to examine our community safety. “Safety” is understood to mean the myriad ways different people of all backgrounds experience a sense of security attributable to the delivery of specific public services.The Consultant, Consultants, or Consultant Team will work with a Community Safety Task Force of […]
Under the direction of the Department of Public Works Director, this is a full-time position, in a team-oriented environment, responsible for care of the town’s roadways and related infrastructure. Click here for a full description.
The Norwich Board of Listers seek applicants for the open position of Administrative Clerk. Under the direction of the Board of Listers, this is a part-time position of approximately 17 hours per week. To apply in confidence, please send your cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. See job description here.
Effective this Friday, June 18, 2021, some public buildings/facilities will re-open but with some conditions. For complete details, read the latest COVID-19 Plan Update, effective June 18, 2021.
TOWN OF NORWICH, VERMONT AND NORWICH TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT WARNING OF ANNUAL MEETING, MARCH 2, 2021 Ballot Results – Town Meeting 2021 2020 Annual Town Report To read the complete Norwich Town warning, click here. To read the Dresden School District warning, click here.
Electronic version of the 2020 Town Report available here.
Tracy Hall Restrictions – Tracy Hall is currently CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. See here for full details. Use the following link to view the town’s regularly updated document detailing COVID-19 Information & Resources General information: The Vermont Department of Health and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are recommending some steps for everyone. […]
State health and wildlife officials have one message for people who come across any animals in the wild – “Just leave them be.” Read the full news release here