Click to view the Annual Report! Town Docs – Town of Wheelock (townofwheelockvt.org)
Early voting will be available beginning Wednesday, February 10, 2021 during normal office hours and is STRONGLY encouraged. Voters wishing to request a ballot by mail may call the office at 802-626-9094 or email [email protected]
Office Hours: Tuesday 12:00-5:30 PM; Wednesday 9:00-2:30 PM; Thursday 9:00-2:30 PM.
The last day to request an Absentee Ballot will be February 25, 2021.
Town Office Hours:
Town Offices ARE open to transact regular business. At present, everyone entering must wear a mask, sign in, practice social distancing and use hand sanitizer that is provided. For more information about Covid-19 and staying safe in Vermont visit the VT Health Department at click here
SPECIAL NOTE: Title searchers performing full title searches and survey projects are encouraged to schedule an appointment due to the need for the Clerk to retrieve ALL copies, books, cards, etc. Appointments are currently being scheduled on Mondays. Please see the Appointment Policy and call to schedule an appointment.
The public information hearing held on Feb. 22 regarding the Town Meeting Australian Ballot voting on March 2 is now… Read More
This notice includes the meeting agenda and how to participate via Zoom by computer or phone. Information is also included for… Read More
Wheelock’s 2020 Annual Report is here! Pick yours up during normal office hours. Reports will also be available at the Transfer… Read More
Normally, yes. During the Covid-19 emergency, no. Reservations are to be made with Town Clerk and must adhere to the Facility Use Policy
Wheelock has no zoning regulations, but you will need a driveway permit
A state permit is required for water (a well) and for wastewater (septic). For more information: Click Here!
A state permit may be required for subdivision. For more information: Click Here!
Selectboard meets the 3rd Monday of the month, 6pm, Town Hall
Urgent problems that need to be addressed as quickly as possible or that arise after business hours or on holidays – please call the Highway Supervisor at 802-745-7490 or 802-626-1060 or the Road Commissioner at 802-626-0705 or 802-535-1318.
School bus stuck
Stormwater drainage issues
Hazardous trees on public property
Other problems don’t constitute an emergency, but we want to fix them too! Please call (802) 658-7961 or complete the form. Non-emergency needs could include:
Road plowing or grading needs
Other public right-of-way and property concerns
In person, cash or check. By mail, check.
How to vote (or maybe this goes on home page?)