Middlebury was chartered in 1761 and was settled just after the Revolutionary War. Today, the village is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is home to many shops, businesses and architecturally distinguished churches and public buildings. It is the largest community in the county with a population of approximately 8,200.

Please visit the town’s website for additional information, documents and events pertaining to the town:


Facts & Figures

For Middlebury demographics and other facts & figures, including population, housing, income and energy, please click here.


Ann Webster, Clerk

94 Main Street
Middlebury, VT 05753

P: 802-388-8102 x 211
F: 802-388-4261
E: awebster@townofmiddlebury.org

Monday – Thursday: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm


2015 – Traffic Calming & Feasibility Study 

2014 – Pulp Mill Bridge Area Sidewalk Scoping Study

2014Mary Hogan School Safe Routes to School Travel Plan (6.1 mB)

2012Exchange Street Pedestrian Feasibility Study Final Report  (11.2 mB)

2010Middlebury River / VT Route 125 Benefit-Cost Analysis – Final Report  (4.5 mB)

2008 – Merchants Row Parking, Transit & Traffic Study

2004US 7 / Exchange Street: Traffic & Safety Improvements ~ Scoping Study  (21.1 mB)

1995Conceptual Bike Route Alignment Analysis (9.3 mB)



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