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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

Open ARPA Committee Seats

The Town of Lyndon is seeking two new ARPA Committee members. The ARPA Committee needs open minded, forward thinking leaders who can help make informed decisions to support Lyndon in preparing for its best future self. If you have any questions about the role, please reach out to Nicole Gratton, Planning Director by emailing

If you are ready to apply, please submit a letter of interest expressing what roles you have in the community and why you are interested in the open seat. Letters can be sent to Justin Smith, municipal administrator, by emailing him at

FEMA Risk Map Updates

FEMA conducted a discovery meeting for the Passumpsic Watershed as part of FEMA’s Risk Mapping, Assessment, and Planning (Risk MAP) program. The discovery process assisted in identifying the scope of the Passumpsic Watershed Study.

Winter Parking Ban starts 11/1





In accordance with Chapter 3 Sec. 1 of the Ordinances of the Village of Lyndonville: No vehicle shall be left parked on any street or highway within the 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 Village Public Works Supervisor. 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 1st, 2022 (Halloween Night after Midnight).

Revamp The 'Ville!


During this project, we’ve received a lot of great ideas from the public about how to make downtown better. We want to move those ideas forward – with your assistance. By taking our brief survey, you’ll help our planning team turn ideas into actions.

Access the survey here:

Visit the project website:


Attention All Homeowners and Commercial Plow Business Operators:  

 Within the Town Lyndon and Village of Lyndonville it is unlawful to push snow into or across the road.

 Thank you for helping us to keep everyone safe.

Sincerely the Town and Village Highway Crews

Bylaw attached here.


Town Facts & Statistics

New Small Businesses Since 2016

Population Growth Since 2010

Average Home Price