Salisbury is a town of approximately 1,212 year-round residents in Addison County, Vermont. About 16 percent of the town’s roughly 23,600-acre land area is part of the Green Mountain National Forest. The northern half of Lake Dunmore is located in Salisbury. The Town is bisected east-west by U.S. Route 7 and its western boundary is formed by the Otter Creek. Salisbury is bordered by the Town of Middlebury to the north, Cornwall and Whiting to the west, Leicester to the south, and Ripton and Goshen to the east.

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Municipal Information

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Facts & Figures

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Community Contact

Susan Scott


PO Box 66
25 School House Road
Salisbury, VT 05769

P: 802-352-4228
F: 802-352-9832
E: [email protected]

Tuesday: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Thursday: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
and by appointment

Addison County

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