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A message from Green Up Vermont
Following safety guidelines set by our state and federal governments, we are hoping that by pushing Green Up Day out an additional 4 weeks, we will have more knowledge about Covid-19. Currently with so many closings and the “stay at home” order, we would have extreme difficulty distributing all of the Green Up Day materials which were scheduled to begin the first week in April. Distribution of supplies will now happen the first week in May. 

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Halifax Residents: My name is Peggy Rafus I am the Emergency Management Director for Halifax. Thank You for checking on elderly neighbors, offering shopping or Medication pickup. If there is anyone in need of assistance or you know of neighbors in need please
contact Me or any Town Official.

Peggy Rafus 
Phone, Text or Email
802 490 8221 
Email: peggyrafushalifaxemd@gmail.com

Peggy Rafus 
Halifax Emergency Management Director

All information and assistance is kept Confidential

For COVID-19 Health and Safety Information go to
healthvermont.gov/covid19

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OFFICE OF THE LISTERS
TOWN OF HALIFAX
P.O. BOX 127
WEST HALIFAX, VERMONT 05358

NOTICE TO HALIFAX PROPERTY OWNERS
INFORMATION ON REAPPRAISAL

As a precautionary measure, the Halifax Listers and NEMRC (our reappraisal specialists) are suspending property inspections until further notice. If you have received a mailed notice of an upcoming inspection, please expect this delay. You will be notified when reappraisals resume.

Halifax Listers
Mary Brewster
Tina Blais
Patricia Dow

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  • 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.