The Town of
Jericho

Jericho has three distinct village areas. Jericho’s historic Old Red Mill stands impressively in the Jericho Corners village area next to Browns River on VT Route 15. Jericho Center on Browns Trace still maintains a large Town Green which plays host to a variety of events during the year. The Jericho Town Library is also located here. The Riverside area (also known as “The Flats”) is located on VT Route 15, adjacent to the border with Underhill. It is home to the new multi-use Mills Riverside Park, Deborah Rawson Memorial Library and two schools.

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CURRENT PROJECTS:

skunk hollow route 117 intersection scoping study

This project will involve a collaboration between the Town of Jericho, the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission, the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans), and project stakeholders to identify a preferred approach for improving safety and mobility at the VT 117/Skunk Hollow Road intersection in Jericho.

The segment of VT 117 adjacent to Skunk Hollow Road was classified as a High Crash Location (HCL) segment in the 2012-2016 VTrans HCL report with 15 reported crashes (including 3 involving injuries). VT 117 is identified as “High Use/Priority” in the VTrans Bicycle Corridor Priority Map and a proposed facility in the CCRPC Active Transportation Plan. The 2015 Jericho Transportation Plan identified the VT 117/Skunk Hollow Road intersection as in need of safety improvements and recommended improvements be investigated in the near term.

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JERICHO TRANSPORTATION STUDY UPDATE

The 2015 Jericho Transportation Study is an update to the 2004 Jericho Transportation Study and assesses the existing transportation system, estimates future traffic conditions based on anticipated land use, future development, and estimated traffic generation, and presents a capital plan.

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JERICHO BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN FACILITY MASTER PLAN

The 2015 Jericho Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Master Plan investigates and assesses the existing bicycle and pedestrian network, evaluates future conditions, and presents a list of recommendations for capital planning. This Plan is a supplement to the 2015 Jericho Transportation Study.

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PAST PROJECTS:

CCRPC February 2, 2016