Welcome to the Town of Pawlet, Vermont
We are located in the beautiful Taconic Mountains 25 miles southwest of Rutland on Vermont’s western boundary. The closest urban concentration is the Village of Granville, just across the New York State line to the west. Adjacent towns to Pawlet are Wells on the north, Danby on the east, Rupert to the south and Granville and Hebron, New York, to the west. Our town is rural, with two major population centers in Pawlet Village, located at the junction of Routes 30 and 133, and West Pawlet, located at the junction of Route 153 with Railroad Street and Egg Street, close to the Town border with Granville, New York. The Town offices are located in Pawlet Village. West Pawlet developed around the former railroad depot and the slate industry, with numerous quarries in the vicinity.
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October 2019: Get involved in Pawlet’s Town Values Mapping Project: The Pawlet Planning Commission invites Pawlet community members to participate in our Town Values Mapping project, with assistance from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. Three open community input sessions are being conducted this fall. The first meeting was held on October 1; meetings 2 and 3 are scheduled, respectively for Wednesday, October 16 and Thursday November 14 – both at the Mettawee Community School from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. The Pawlet Planning Commission is currently preparing the latest update of the Town Plan, and these mapping sessions are your opportunity to add your voice to the Plan. The future of the Town is your future, so get involved now and let us know what in Pawlet is of value to you.
September 7, 2019: Bob Morlino of Pawlet is the Vermont Emergency Management Director of the Year! The award was bestowed on Morlino at the Vermont Emergency Preparedness Conference in Fairlee September 7, 2019.