The Vermont 2-1-1 database contains detailed descriptions of programs and services available to Vermonters that are provided by local community groups, social service and health-related agencies, government organizations, and others.
A resource for Vermonters who want to reduce the cost and environmental impact of driving. They offer free carpool matching and vanpool services, and statewide bus routes, as well as free Go! Vermont resources to help you promote more efficient travel options at work or at home. Call the Q/A hotline and a real person can answer your transportation questions
Vermont newspapers have been added to Newspapers.com! Millions of pages from Vermont newspapers dating from the 1700s through 1922 have been digitized and are now available free to state residents through the MyVermont.gov state portal. Create an account to access at: https://secure.vermont.gov/myvermont/ Need instructions? View this PDF.
Research guides on: Genealogy and Family History, Legislative Research, Executive Branch State Officers, Civil War Research, World War I Research, Historical Research with Vermont Court Records, Vermont Newspapers, and Railroads
Everything you need to know about taxes in Vermont, including printing forms and filing online.
Offers free walk-in access to legal research databases, various legal self-help books, and Vermont legal materials. For more information or to send in questions, contact the “Ask a Law Librarian Line” at 802-831-1313 or email email@example.com.
A website maintained by Vermont Legal Aid and Law Line of Vermont that provides general civil (non-criminal) legal information and helps you find free and low-cost civil legal aid, help and services in Vermont.
Elizabeth Mine Superfund Site, Strafford, VT
Note: the library also has hard copy reports and computer files related to Elizabeth Mine; please ask staff if you wish to access them.