(36 square miles) in area and has a population of 5,981 residents (2010 census). It is recognized as the "Covered Bridge Capital of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom". Lyndon
is surrounded by some of Vermont's most gorgeous natural beauty. This New England community is home to Lyndon Institute and Lyndon State College, and is nearby to the Burke Mountain Ski Area.
The Village of Lyndonville also manages Lyndonville Electric Department and the Water Department.
DUE TO RISING COSTS OF CREDIT CARD PROCESSING, IF YOU CHOOSE TO USE YOUR CREDIT CARD TO PAY YOUR UTILITY, SANITATION OR PROPERTY TAX BILLS, YOU WILL BE CHARGED 3.5% PER TRANSACTION.
No vehicle shall be left parked on any street or highway within the limits of the Village limits of the Village of Lyndonville between midnight and the following seven o'clock in the morning during the period from November 1st of each year to the 15th of April of the following year unless special arrangements for parking are made with the Village Superintendent. The area used for public parking and generally known as the "diamond" is considered an extension of Depot Street public parking and is specifically included as a Village street in context of this section. The "diamond" is defined as the paved parking area on the northeast side of Depot Street, located between a curb extending from Old Firehouse Street on the west side, to the railroad tracks on the east side.
The winter parking ban goes into effect on November 1, 2016 (Halloween Night After Midnight).
The 2016 Village of Lyndonville Water Quality Report has been posted to our website. Click here to view the 2016 Village of Lyndonville Water Quality Report"
Click on this link to view the 2016 Town and Village Tax Rates