Welcome to the
Town of Readsboro, Vermont    

Planning Commission

                        Agenda | Minutes 

Susan Bailey, Chair  (Term expires 2018)
email: bailesm@myfairpoint.net
(802) 423-7050

Vice Chair:  Vacant


 By Laws - Letter to Residents
Planning Commission Letter to residents regarding clarification of the By Laws.
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Roles and Responsibilities

Relevant Documents:
Readsboro Town Charter 2015 Town Plan
Adopted Capital Budget Plan Policy  Current Zoning Fee Schedule
Adopted Hazard Mitigation Plan Bylaw  Zoning Application
Readsboro Inundation Hazard Area Regulations/Interim Bylaw  Approved Zoning Bylaw
Readsboro Inundation Hazard Area Regulation Bylaw  Zoning Map
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Want to serve your community?
  The Readsboro Planning Commission is seeking new members to complete its seven-member board.  The Commission is responsible for developing the Town Plan, updating the Zoning Bylaw and other related documents for the community.   All land use and development must be in compliance with the Vermont Municipal and Regional Planning and Development Act, Title 24 VSA Chapter 117.  Economic development is an important component that the Commission is interested in fostering and encouraging.  We are a busy board with diverse responsibilities.  Sound interesting?  Contact Susan Bailey, Cha
ir at802-423-7050, e-mail:  bailesm@myfairpoint.net or join us at a Planning Commission meeting on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Old Village Office on Main Street.

Dear Readsboro Residents & Guests:

The Readsboro Planning Commission is pleased to welcome you to our Homepage. In the following documents you will find much of the work of the Planning Commission, including the current 5-year Town Plan and Zoning Bylaw.

The Town Plan is revised and updated every five years. The Planning Commission is responsible for its revision and update. We work closely with the Windham Regional Commission to make sure that our plan meets with anticipated new legislation and anticipation of what the Town should be doing to maintain growth and economic development. And importantly that land use and development is accomplished in a way that is protective of our beautiful natural surroundings while still maintaining the small town environment with growth potential.

Zoning Bylaw is amended and updated when the Commission receives new State Legislation or when the Planning Commission deems changes appropriate.

We invite the public to come to our meetings that are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Old Town Office, at 7:00 pm. An agenda is posted prior to each meeting. If you have a topic that you think the Planning Commission should discuss please pass it along and we’ll put it on the agenda. While we hope you would join the Commission and share dialogue,
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