The Town of
The Town of Charlotte was chartered in 1762 and is situated in the fertile Champlain Valley with a series of hills and ridges overlooking the great Lake Champlain. Charlotte, with its 3,500 residents, hosts a large network of working farms and forests that are flourishing from the productive Champlain Valley soils. Sugarbushes, orchards, dairies, berry farms, a winery, market gardens, livestock operations, honey houses, grain and community supported agriculture are just some of Charlotte’s flourishing enterprises. These lands also provide many of the vast scenic landscapes, community trails, Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge, and the famous Mt. Philo State Park — all halfway between Middlebury and Burlington, Vermont.
FERRY ROAD PEDESTRIAN AND STORMWATER FEASIBILITY STUDY
This report has been prepared to explore alternatives and develop recommendations to address pedestrians’ safety and stormwater impacts along Ferry Road between Greenbrush Road and US Route 7. The Town of Charlotte requested technical assistance from the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission to address these related issues comprehensively, and develop conceptual plans and cost estimates.
MORE ABOUT THE FERRY ROAD STUDY »
- Champlain Valley Co-housing Trail Easement Refinement »
- Town of Charlotte Ferry Road Sidewalks »
- Road Safety Audit Review Greenbush Road at Thompsons Point Road »
- All of our past Charlotte planning studies can be found here »