Upcoming Events and Dates

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

Please see the updated 2016 work schedule by clicking here.

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.


Welcome to the Town of Londonderry’s website…

We will be updating this site on a regular basis and hope you will visit often to know about the happenings in Londonderry. Please see the calendar link in the left sidebar.
Please contact your webmaster or the town office with information and suggestions. Enjoy…

Lister’s Notice to Taxpayers to Hear Grievances

Click the following link to see the Lister’s Grievance Notice Lister’s Notice to Taxpayers


The Vermont Department of Tourism & Marketing is embarking on a new advertising campaign for the 2017/18 season. Over the next year the Department will feature all 251 Vermont towns in our paid advertising campaigns to promote our great state.  The campaign will start this summer and go through the summer of 2018.  This is an ambitious goal, but one that we believe will attract interest in our state as a tourism destination and highlight the unique communities. If you would like to help in writing copy and securing pictures of Londonderry for this campaign, please contact Board Chairman Paul Gordon at 824-5235 or by email for all the details!


In early March, the Town of Londonderry took ownership of the Frog’s Leap Inn as a result of a tax sale protecting the town’s interest in back taxes. It was never our intention to become owners but as a result of the legal process we assumed ownership March 9. Your Select Board has contracted to sell the property at public auction on Friday, June 16th to secure back taxes and our expenses in owning and dispensing of the property. Please see auction flyer here.


The Vermont State Treasurer’s Office wants to help you claim your unclaimed property. Not sure if you have unclaimed property? Search the LIST of Londonderry residents to see if you are on it. For more information on how to claim your unclaimed property click the following link to the Vermont State Treasurer’s website. http://www.vermonttreasurer.gov/content/unclaimed-property

RFP for 434 Main Street Reuse Site Work

The Town of Londonderry is seeking bids for site work and landscaping to establish reuse of the property at the above location as a village green space to include bike-ped rest area with natural access to the West River. This property was damaged by flooding during Tropical Storm Irene and has been acquired by the Town through FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Buyout Program. The Town acquired funding for this post-buyout reuse project under a HUD Community Development Block Grant Disaster Relief grant.

Scope of Work: Village bike-ped rest area with natural access to the West River, pleasant views Former Creamery site, along the West River, residential apartments. Quiet, peaceful, pleasant, passive enjoyment. Native species, natural landscaping, low maintenance.

Bids due: Sealed bids are due by 2:30 p.m. on Friday May 26, 2017.  Bids may be mailed or hand delivered to the Londonderry Town Office, 100 Old School Street, South Londonderry VT 05155.


RFP for 2331 North Main Street Asbestos Removal & Demolition 

The Town of Londonderry is seeking bids for the asbestos remediation, demolition and removal of all structures, and associated site rehabilitation, for the property at the above location.  This property was damaged by flooding during Tropical Storm Irene and is going through FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Buyout Program.  The Town of Londonderry has acquired the property and must remove all structures and return the property to a natural, undeveloped state according to the requirements of the program. SEE RFP HERE.


Summary reports from the Vermont State Police’s dedicated 25-hour service to the Town of Londonderry are linked here for review. Services began March 7, 2016. Statistics shown on the summaries listed below include VSP services provided during both our 25 contracted hours AND regular VSP services to Londonderry. 

Policing 12-26 to 1-1, Policing 1-2 to 1-8, Policing 1-9 to 1-15, Policing 1-16 to 1-22, Policing 1-23 to 1-29, Policing 1-30 to 2-5, Policing 2-6 to 2-12, Policing 2-13 to 2-19, Policing 2-20 to 2-26, Policing 2-27 to 3-5, Policing 3-6 to 3-8, Policing 3-27 to 4-2, Policing 4-3 to 4-9, Policing 4-10 to 4-16, Policing 4-17 to 4-23, Policing 4-24 to 4-30, Policing 5-1 to 5-7.

 Read the Policing Committee’s Recommendation here.


Click here to see the latest news and happenings in the May 2017 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. Please bear with us as we adjust to the new program and format. We believe that this will be a great improvement in our ability to keep you informed about important issues in Londonderry.

Links to earlier editions of the Londonderry Monthly can be found on this site by choosing the TOWN menu and then selecting NEWSLETTER. MailChimp will be providing an archive feature beginning with the May edition of the newsletter.


Transfer Station and Recycling Center Hours:
Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri., Sat. 9 am – 4 pm; Sun. 10 am – 2 pm

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 May 21, 2017