If you would be interested in serving the Town of Halifax
as a member of an Energy Conservation Committee,
please call, write, or speak to a Selectboard member,
the Energy Conservation Officer, the secretary, or the Town Clerk.
Lewis Sumner, 368-2824, email@example.com
Mitchell Green, 368-0029, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bradley Rafus, 368-7378, email@example.com
Bob Leete, Energy Conservation Officer, 368-2674, firstname.lastname@example.org
Robbin Gabriel, 368-2590, email@example.com
Patty Dow, 368-7390, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please do not park vehicles in the road
or on the shoulder during plow season.
The link below will take you to the voting results page. Then see the two links under the November 6, 2018 date.
The Town Plan proposed update draft is ready for review on the Reports page.
New: A file showing changes made after the Planning Commission’s
October 29, 2018 public hearing is now also available for review
on the reports page.
Click on the link below.
- The Halifax recycling bins, located on the Brook Road old town garage property, are serviced by TAM, Inc., a private contractor. These bins are rotated between towns, and the markings on them vary. Bins marked “CARDBOARD ONLY” are meant for cardboard, newspaper, printer paper, junk mail, cereal/juice/food boxes, magazines, etc., per TAM’s list of materials accepted.
- As the Town pays for service per load, users should break down boxes, and otherwise make the best use of the space available.
- The Town also pays additional fees for “contaminants” (non-recyclable items) in either the paper or the glass/plastic/metal bin.
- Please visit TAM’s web site, https://tamwasteremoval.com/, especially the links under the “Recycling” tab at the top of the page, to learn more about correct, efficient, recycling.
MARCH 6, 2018 VOTING RESULTS
Click on the link below for public notice information
on Traffic Ordinance amendments
Traffic ordinance public notice
May 2018 test results can be found at https://halifaxvermont.com/selectboard/communication/.