Prior to merger, the Northfield Boards of Town Selectmen and Village Trustees jointly hired Jeffrey Schulz (seen at above left) to serve as Town Manager for the consolidated municipality.  To contact Manager Schulz, please call 1-802-485-6121 or fax 1-802-485-8426. To contact him by email, please click here.

Northfield, Vermont:  Where the Good Life Begins

Northfield, Vermont  is a community of 6207 people (2010 Census) located in the heart of Vermont's Green Mountains. Home to Norwich University, the oldest private military college in the United States, Northfield is an easy ten-mile drive from Montpelier, the state's capital, and three hours from either Boston or Montreal. As such, Northfield offers easy access to both idyllic rural and culturally diverse, cosmopolitan settings.

"Welcome to Northfield" Sign

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The Town of Northfield, Vermont was chartered in 1781  and consists of 38.3 square miles   At right is the Northfield Common (formerly the "Village Common") that is the heart of Northfield’s downtown and home to banks, stores, restaurants, etc.  This photo shows the Northfield Farmers Market, which takes place on the Common each year from mid-May through mid-October.

Northfield Farmers Market
Stony Brook Covered Bridge

Northfield also is home to six covered bridges, four of which are located in Northfield Falls in the northern part of town.  These covered bridges include the Slaughterhouse Bridge, which is off of Vermont Route 12.  Nearby on Cox Brook Road are three covered bridges in close proximity .  At left is the Stony Brook Covered Bridge, also known as the Moseley Covered Bridge, which  is in the south-western section of Northfield off Vermont Route 12A. 

On July 1, 2014, the Town of Northfield and the Village of Northfield  merged to form one community with one municipal government.  Its elected legislative body is the Town Select  Board that meets in the Community Room located in the Brown Public Library (93 South Main Street) on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month.  The Town Select Board currently has nine members and consists of the pre-merger five-member Town Select Board along with four former Village Trustees. The Town Select Board will revert back to five members after the March 2015 Annual Town Meeting.

Northfield Municipal Building, 51 South Main Street

Town Clerk is an elected position in Northfield and is responsible for maintaining all official town records; sending out property tax bills and recording payments; supervising elections; providing various licenses to the public; and many other duties.  The Town Clerk's Office is in the  Municipal Building (seen at left), which is located at 51 South Main Street and is open weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  The current Town Clerk is Kim Pedley and her phone number is 1-802-485-5421.  You also may contact her by email by clicking here.

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