The Town of
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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Riverside Triangle Sidewalk Scoping
CCRPC worked with the town of Jericho and Stantec to evaluate completion of the sidewalk system in an area known as the Riverside Village triangle – the area bordered by VT15 to the west, River Road to the south, and Park Street to the east. This area is targeted for development as a Village Center with mixed land uses. To date, the Jericho Market and the Union Bank have been constructed, and 200 feet of sidewalk was constructed in front of the grocery store. There are no other pedestrian facilities on the east side of Vermont Route 15 to the north.
Over the last 10 years, the Town has constructed sidewalks on the west side of Vermont Route 15 and crosswalks at Vermont Route 15 and River Road and one at Raceway Road and Vermont Route 15. The proposed extension of the sidewalk on the east side would complete the connections around the triangle, on both sides of Vermont Route 15 as well as expand connections to Mills River Park, Raceway Road, Browns River Middle School and the Deborah Rawson Library on River Road.
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vt 117/skunk hollow intersection scoping study
The VT 117 and Skunk Hollow Road Scoping Study was a collaborative effort by the CCRPC, VTrans, the Town of Jericho, and VHB to identify a preferred alternative which addresses safety and mobility concerns at the VT 117/Skunk Hollow Road intersection. This study arrived at a preferred alternative through the traditional scoping process: existing conditions assessment, alternatives development and evaluation, public and stakeholder input and selection of a municipally preferred design. The final report was completed in December 2018.
MORE ABOUT THE SCOPING STUDY »
- Jericho Transportation Study Update »
- Jericho Bicycle & Pedestrian Facility Master Plan »
- Skunk Hollow Road Paving Alternative Evaluation »
- Dickenson Street Improvements Scoping Study »
- Mount Mansfield Union High School to Jericho Center Multimodal Connection »
- Jericho Center Boardwalk Project »
- All of our past Jericho planning studies can be found here »
Municipal Plan Review:
- Resolution approving municipal plan and confirming the planning process (CCRPC Board, 2016) »
- Review of the municipal plan (CCRPC Planning Advisory Committee, 2015) »