Vermont Counties - Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods, Maps & Data


There are 14 counties in Vermont.  All counties are functioning governmental entities.  The principal administrative officers of each county are two assistant or side judges.

There are 255 county subdivisions in Vermont.  There are 242 towns with functioning, but not necessarily active, governments each governed by a board of selectmen.  Five of these towns—Averill, Ferdinand, Glastenbury, Lewis, and Somerset—are inactive governmental entities.  The nine cities in Vermont are independent of MCDs and serve as county subdivisions.  The three gores and one grant are nonfunctioning nongovernmental geographic subdivisions of the county. 

Vermont Counties - Populated Places in 14 Counties

Also see County: Census Data | Physical, Cultural & Historical Features | ZIP Codes | Land, Farms, & Ranches


Vermont Counties Synopsis

The Vermont Counties section of the gazetteer lists the cities, towns, neighborhoods and subdivisions for each of the 14 Vermont Counties.

Also see Vermont County: ZIP Codes | Physical, Cultural & Historical Features | Census Data | Land, Farms, & Ranches

Nearby physical features such as streams, islands and lakes are listed along with maps and driving directions. The same is true for both historical features and cultural features such as hospitals, parks, schools and airports.

Each profile includes the current weather plus a seven day forecast. Note that for smaller populated places, the weather report may be for the nearest weather reporting station or airport.

The local information and data include economic and demographic data, census information and facts about the local environmental situation including such items as maps of flood zones, local sources of pollution, air quality indices and local areas where hazardous materials may be used or stored.

The complete category list for larger cities and towns includes: Arts & Culture, Census Data, Community Organizations, State and Local Government, Health & Medical, Newcomer Information, Local News Papers & Radio, Parks & Recreation, Pets & Hobbies, Schools & Libraries, Social Services, Travel and Tourism.