Ted Hopkins, Delinquent Tax Collector
P.O. Box 121
Readsboro, Vt 05350
Phone: (802) 423-7727
Each year a warrant is issued by the Town Treasurer
along with a list of property owners who have not
paid that year's taxes (property and personal property). It is then up to this office to collect them.
Term of office for the Collector of Delinquent
Taxes is one year.
301 Phelps Lane/ P.O. Box 187
Readsboro, VT 05350
Fax: (802) 423-5423
Utility Office Hours
392 Harriman Station Drive
Readsboro, VT 05350
610 Phelps Lane
Hours of Operation
Wednesday 12-5 pm
Sunday 10-5 pm
GENERAL TIPPING PER CUBIC YARD- $20
VEHICLE STICKERS- $10 PER YEAR
Stickers may be purchased at the Town Office or Transfer Station
Learn more about the Readsboro Historical Society by visiting their website:
The Historical Society building is open during special events or by appointment
The Readsboro Historical Society was formed by a small group of people in town in 1972. The group came together to form the Society in part to save the First Wesleyan Methodist Church, the oldest building on Main Street, from being demolished to make a planned parking lot on the site.
The former First Wesleyan Methodist Church was built in 1840 and served as a church until 1911 when the group of worshipers disbanded. It was transferred to the Town of Readsboro for use as the Town Hall and Office until 1962 when the new Town Office was established in the new school building on Phelps Avenue.
There is a current membership of about 50 Life Members and about 30 people who join on a yearly basis.
The Readsboro Historical Society remains an active orginization that preserves and celabrates the Town's history. The Society operates a museum located in the converted First Methodist Wesleyan Church on Main Street. Exhibits of the Readsboro Chair Shop, Hoot Toot & Whistle Railroad ( the recent books by Brian A. Donelson, The Coming of the Train were researched in part at the readsboro Historic Society). The Society orginizez guest speakers and summer program, presentations via DVD's and other media.
Over the years the officers of the society have raised funds for repair and upkeep and with funds budgeted by the Selectboard, have had some major work performed each year. The Wesleyan Building is still the property of the Town of Readsboro.