• 180 Market Street

    Community Center

    On November 6, voters approved a new community center at 180 Market Street; future home of the public library, senior center, and City Hall. This long-planned public space in City Center will be partially supported by TIF District funding and City Center Reserve funds.


    Open Space Update

    If you haven't visited one of the Natural Areas, we encourage you to do so.

  • Check out our parks!


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January 21, 2019

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day South Burlington Event

For the sixth year in a row, South Burlington teenagers will lead the South Burlington Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Community Event on Monday, January 21, 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at South Burlington High School (SBHS). FREE.
January 16, 2019

Utility Bill Payment Flexibility Available for Furloughed Federal Employees

Today, SoBu City Manager Kevin Dorn announced flexibility in payment arrangements for city utility bills for federal workers who are furloughed. “We will be waiving late fees and suspending water shut-offs. We will work one-on-one with customers impacted by the shutdown,” he said. Employees will need to provide a copy of their furlough letter. Contact South Burlington Water Department for more information at 802-864-4361.

January 07, 2019

Proposed Indoor Recreation Center & Creative Arts Center

At a special meeting on Monday, January 14 at 6:30 pm, the City Council will consider recommendations from the Recreations & Parks Committee for an indoor recreation facility and from the City Center for the Arts Committee on a creative arts facility.
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In 2014, the City of South Burlington, under the leadership of its Energy Committee (SBEC), joined a competition called the Georgetown University Energy Prize (GUEP).

During the two-year measurement period, SBEC hosted or participated in over 50 events, laying the foundation for ongoing progress.  South Burlington residents took action and are now saving over $750,000 in energy costs per year as a result – and continued savings will lead to more than $5 million in their pockets over time. 
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Police Chief Trevor Whipple to Retire in 2019

South Burlington Chief of Police Trevor Whipple has announced his plans to retire from the Police Department in January 2019.  Whipple has served as Chief for 12 years and has ushered in many modern and innovative approaches to law enforcement and public engagement.
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The closed landfill is a model of responsible solar siting. The solar array was commissioned on October 11, 2017 and a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on November 16.

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