The Town of
The Town of St. George was charted in 1763 in honor of King George III, then reigning monarch of England. Comprised of only 2,200 acres, St. George is geographically the smallest town in the State of Vermont. Located in Chittenden County, St. George is on the fringe of the greater Burlington metropolitan area. Today, diverse neighborhoods, agricultural enterprises, a gold course and a small industrial park are located within its small borders. In order to preserve what makes its community unique, St. George welcomes the active participation of all residents.
There are currently no projects in St. George.
- Traffic Impact Report for Sisters & Brothers Partnership: Barber Road »
- All of our past St. George planning studies can be found here »