Town Meetings and Events

Link to the Londonderry Community Calendar to see upcoming meetings and events of general interest.

Some calendar entries may have more information. To see click on the calendar entry.


Non-profit organizations that use the Londonderry Transfer Station may apply for a waiver of fees. Click here for the form to be submitted to the Select Board.

– Picture of the Month. Click here to see the picture on the CC page.

The Windam Regional Commission has created a pdf file that provides a 2016 updated Town Profile for your review. You can access by clicking here.


Please be aware that any Facebook pages that use the name of the Town of Londonderry are NOT authorized communication from the town. The town does not currently have a Facebook page and all official information distributed from the town is on this website and is sometimes emailed to the town's email distribution list as explained on the right sidebar on this page. Thank you.




Please see the calendar link in the left sidebar for Town meetings and other events. Please contact the town office with information and suggestions.

Employment Opportunity – Town Administrator

The Town of Londonderry is seeking a highly motivated and organized individual with strong communication skills for the position of Town Administrator. The Town Administrator plays a key role in the management and oversight of town business, working closely with the select board. Tasks include: scheduling, developing and implementing town projects and initiatives, assisting with the preparation and administration of operating budgets, coordinating the work of boards, committees and commissions, ensuring compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, interfacing with other government agencies, the public, performing website updates, oversight of personnel matters, and grant research, writing and administration.

This is a full-time position with benefits. Attendance at certain evening meetings is required. Salary is commensurate with experience. Contact the Londonderry Town Clerk for additional information. Phone: 802-824-3356 Email:

Click here to view full job description.


Employment Opportunity – Zoning Administrator/Floodplain Administrator

The Town of Londonderry is seeking a motivated, organized and experienced individual to serve as Zoning and Floodplain Administrator. Duties include the review of zoning permit applications, property site visits and inspections, enforcement of zoning compliance, administrative support of the Development Review Board, and administration of floodplain regulations. The position requires the ability to effectively communicate with the public in both office and field environments.

This is a full-time position with benefits. Attendance at certain evening meetings is required. Salary is commensurate with experience. Contact the Londonderry Town Clerk for additional information. Phone: 802-824-3356 Email:

Click here to view full job description


Truck for Sale

The Town of Londonderry has a 2002 Mack RD688P for sale and is now accepting bids: 180,705 Miles. E7-350 E-Tech LSR Engine. 10 speed Fuller transmission, 14.56/0.74 low/high gear ratios. 180” Wheelbase, single-axle 30,000lb rear suspension, 18,000lb front suspension. 55-gallon fuel tank. 4.56 axle ratio. MG 5.37 cubic yard body with a side dump. Will include a 9-foot wing and an 11-foot one-way plow. The clutch will need to be replaced and the truck will need to be towed away and will be sold as-is. The Truck is located outside at the Londonderry Town Garage if interested in taking a look.

November General Election

Early and Absentee ballots are now available at the Town Clerk’s Office.
On November 6th the polls will be open 7:00 am to 7:00 pm at The Twitchell Building 100 Old School Street in South Londonderry

Click here to view the Warning for the General Election
Click here to view a Sample Ballot for the General Election

If you would like to register to vote stop in at Town Clerk’s Office or register online at






Dear Londonderry Residents,

The Town of Londonderry is again looking into ways to make our town roads safer for both vehicular travel and pedestrian use. Given the steady growth of the town and the ever increasing use of town roads for leisure purposes – walking, jogging, bicycling, horseback riding, etc. – it seems some improvements may be needed.

The Traffic Safety Committee is seeking input from residents regarding the roads you live on or most frequently travel. We ask that you focus on issues such as speed, signage, and road conditions. You may wish to point out sections along your road that you believe to be particularly unsafe, and provide r

We cannot guarantee that all problem areas will be resolved, but we are confident that input from the community will help the Committee to better focus and prioritize. Please email your suggestions to

Thank you.


The Town of Londonderry has a comprehensive set of zoning regulations in place. The Zoning Bylaw defines the permits and approvals required for proposed new structures, additions to existing structures, changes to structures, changes in property use and excavation – including the construction of ponds. Property owners are encouraged to contact the Zoning Administrator before making changes to their properties to ensure that the proposed changes are consistent with all applicable regulations and have been appropriately permitted and approved.

Audio podcasts describing the permitting and approval process can be found on the left lower sidebar of this website. A copy of the Town of Londonderry Zoning Bylaw can be viewed and downloaded by clicking on “Town” and “Zoning Bylaws” in the above menu. If you have any questions about zoning requirements in the Town of Londonderry please contact the Zoning Administrator at 802-824-3356. The Zoning Administrator is available in the Town Office, Monday through Thursday from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM. (Please call first as the Zoning Administrator may be out of the office conducting property inspections.)


NOTICE: Because of a system update all subscribers to Vermont Alert must re-register by visiting

Londonderry is now authorized to send customized alerts, and several individuals here have received training to use the system. From the VT Alert web page: “The free service allows the public to sign up for notifications about severe weather, road conditions, emergency situations, and more. Users choose which alerts they wish to receive and how they receive them. Delivery systems include text, e-mail, telephone, and others.”



For non-emergencies call the Vermont State Police Westminster Barracks: 802-722-4600

Summary reports from the Vermont State Police’s dedicated service to the Town of Londonderry are available at the Town Office. Contracted Vermont State Police Services to the Town of Londonderry began March 7, 2016.

 Read the Policing Committee’s Recommendation here.


Click here to see the latest news and happenings in the November 2018 edition of the Londonderry Monthly.
We have added MailChimp as our method for distributing information to our town email list and will be using it to send the monthly newsletter.
Links to earlier editions of the Londonderry Monthly can be found on this site by choosing the TOWN menu and then selecting NEWSLETTER.


Transfer Station Recycling Center Hours: Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri., Sat. 9 am – 4 pm; Sun. 12 pm – 4 pm.

For additional Transfer Station information you can listen to a brief audio summary in the podcast section of this website located in the left sidebar.


COMPOSTING – See links to information about food scrap pails and what to compost by clicking here. Click here for an information and here for a guide to composting kitchen scraps.  Composting pails and bins are available for sale. See flyer here.

 Act 148 Fact Sheet. See information here and here.

Please contact Esther Fishman via email or phone (802) 824-3306 with questions. You can also send your email information to this email to be added to the Recycling/Transfer Station email list.

Last updated November 1, 2018