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Welcome to Lyndon!

The Town of Lyndon is located in Caledonia County, within the beautiful Northeast Kingdom region of Vermont. Founded in 1780, Lyndon is six miles square in area and has a population of 5,981 residents (2010 census). Located right off Interstate 91, Lyndon is the Gateway to the Northeast Kingdom, providing visitors and residents with all the amenities needed from a hub community. Lyndon is a great place to live, work, and play.  
Lyndon has some of Vermont’s most gorgeous natural beauty and hosts mountain bike trails on the Kingdom Trails Network, Passumpsic River paddling trails, downhill skiing at Lyndon Outing Club, Lyndon Institute and Northern Vermont University, and five historic covered bridges. 
The Village of Lyndonville, located within the Town of Lyndon, was incorporated by an act of the legislature dated December 24, 1880. Within the Village, Bandstand Park (formerly known as “Lyndonville Park”), stands a fountain, which was purchased in New York in 1885. As one of the finest village greens in Vermont, the park hosts many events including weekly band concerts in the summer, Farmer’s Market on Fridays, craft fairs, community events, and everyday year-round enjoyment. Not to be missed, and hard to miss, come visit us in Lyndon!  


Not To Miss! Town NEWS

Special Tax District Meeting Power Point

Click here to view the Power Point Presentation from the Special Tax District Meeting





In accordance with Chapter 3 Sec. 1 of the Ordinances: No vehicle shall be left parked on any street or highway within the former 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 day of April of the following year unless special arrangements for parking are made with the Town Road Foreman. 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 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 1st, 2023 (Halloween Night after Midnight).



NEK Broadband (our communications union district)  has been making great progress this year on its ambitious goal to bring high speed fiber internet to everyone with electrical service in the NEK. By the end of this year, NEK Broadband will be providing service to some customers in 14 towns, including LYNDON!

The areas of Lyndon that will be serviced before the end of 2023 are sections of Severance Hill Road, East Lyndon Road, Red Village Road, York Street, Stark Road, Diamond Hill Road, Cold Hill Road, Bean Pond Road, Fallbrook Road, Cotton Road, lower Vail Drive, Urie Drive, lower Old Coach Road, Airport Road, Pudding Hill Road.


If you are in one of these areas, please go to for more details.   You will be able to see the service packages that are being offered and get in line to be among the first customers to be installed when service is ready.


Even if your address will not be serviced by the end of the year, you can still sign up to get updates directly from NEK Broadband so you can be informed as progress is made throughout the Northeast Kingdom.

As our community’s representative on NEK Broadband’s board, I’m always available to answer your questions and provide updates. It’s so exciting that progress is being made on getting high speed internet to our neighbors!


Marty Feltus,

Beginning September 25, every U.S. household can again place an order to receive four free COVID-19 rapid tests delivered directly to their home. Orders can be placed at


Before you throw out “expired” tests, check to see if your COVID-19 tests’ expiration dates have been extended:


Powers Park Development Plan

Click here to see the RFP for the Powers Park Development Plan

2024 Vacancies

Town office positions open for 2024.

If you are interested in any of the following seats, you will need to obtain a petition and Consent of Candidate Certificate from the Town Clerk’s Office. Petitions must be turned in to the Town Clerk’s Office no later than 4:30 PM on Wednesday, January 31, 2024. Petitions must contain 30 signatures of legal registered voters in the Town of Lyndon.

  • Cobleigh Public Library Trustee: five-year term.
  • Lister: three-year term.
  • Moderator: one-year term.
  • Sanborn School Fund Trustee: three-year term.
  • Selectboard: one-year term.
  • Selectboard: two-year term. Two open seats.
  • Selectboard: three-year term. Two open seats.
  • Town Clerk: three-year term.
  • Treasurer: three-year term.


The following committee vacancies are appointed by the Selectboard.

Therefore, a petition is not required.

Rep to NEKWMD (one-year term)

Lyndon Rescue Alternate Rep (one-year term)

Industrial Park Board (two-year term)

RCT Board (one-year term)

Development Review Board (three-year term)

CUD Alternate (1 year term)


Should you have an interest in any of these vacancies please contact Justin Smith at or by phone 802-626-5834


Town Facts & Statistics

New Small Businesses Since 2016

Population Growth Since 2010

Average Home Price