Current News & Announcements

For background on the Forest Management Plan for the Old Town Forest, check out the “Story Map” created by County Forester Ethan Trapper.

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT IS NOW HIRING: Seeking a Road Crew Member (see Job description), and applications will be reviewed as they are received. Contact Adam @ / 434-4779 for more info.

Open Positions: The Selectboard is seeking people to fill the elected positions of Town Auditor and Town Lister. These positions are open until March 2025. For more information, contact Adam at

Town-Wide Reappraisal Data Review: If you received a Field Record Card on your door, please click this link to verify your data. Enter your personalized code from the card to access.

Volunteer Opportunities
The following committees and commissions are seeking volunteers:
Town Hall Committee
-Energy Committee
-Richmond Recreation Committee

Lower Village Wastewater Feasibility and Affordability Preliminary Engineering Report: For more information on or questions regarding this Engineering Report contact Barbara Elliott:

Lower Village Traffic Redesign: Supplemental Scoping Report final draft.

The office is closed June 19, a federal holiday, and July 1 – July 4.

NOTE: Appointments are required to do property records research in the office. Start with accessing records online through Record Room, then make an appointment. The office is not open for drop-ins. Please make an appointment. You may access the link on the Town Clerk Page.

See the Town Clerk Page for complete information from the Town Clerks Office.

DOG REGISTRATION: Now is the time to get your canine family members registered. Dog licenses for 2024 are now available from the Town Clerk. By Vermont law, all dogs must be registered with the Town Clerk of the town in which the dog resides, which includes a copy of the certificate showing that rabies vaccination is current, on or before April 1. The price for all dogs now is $19. A fine may be imposed if your dog remains unregistered.

2024 Town Report books are available here for your viewing pleasure and in the Town Clerk’s Office.

Reports from March 2023 in book format are still available at the Town Clerk’s Office. To see reports from previous years, click here.

The green reflective signs with your 9-1-1 address are available at the Huntington Town Clerk’s Office. The cost is $10 and they are made to order. The proceeds from the sale of these signs go directly to Huntington First Response/Fire Department.
Call the office (434-2032) or email and the sign will be made for you to pick up.

Current Vermont Fire Danger.

All open fires larger than 30″ in diameter require a permit from the Huntington Fire Warden

Enjoy a hike in the new

Huntington Community Forest

Maps and more at the Forest website!