Winooski City Hall Closed on 2.20.23 for Presidents Day
Winooski City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 20, 2023, in observance of Presidents Day. Please also note our adjusted hours for the Winooski City Clerk's Office!
Winooski Memorial Library Closed on 2.21.23
Please note that the Winooski Memorial Library will be closed on Tuesday, February 21, 2023. Regular hours will resume on Wednesday, February 22, 2023.
Winooski City Council, Liquor Control Board, and Winooski Community Development Trust Board of Trustees Meeting
Winooski City Council, Liquor Control Board, and the Winooski Community Development Board of Trustees will hold a meeting on Tuesday, February 21, 2023, at 6 PM. Members of the public are encouraged to participate!
Please read our Remote Meeting Procedures if you plan to participate via Zoom. To sign up for public comment via Zoom, fill out our Public Comment Request Form or call 802 655 6410 to schedule. Questions? Call or email 802 655 6410 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winooski Commission for Inclusion and Belonging Meeting on 2.23.23
The Winooski Commission for Inclusion and Belonging will hold a remote meeting on Thursday, February 23, 2023, at 6 PM. Members of the public are encouraged to participate!
Questions regarding this meeting can be sent to Jenny Willingham, City Clerk: 802 655 6410 / email@example.com
Winooski Planning Commission Meeting on 2.23.23
The Winooski Planning Commission will hold a meeting on Thursday, February 23, 2023, at 6:30 PM. Members of the public are encouraged to participate!
Questions regarding this meeting can be sent to Eric Vorwald, Planning and Zoning Manager: 802 655 6410 / firstname.lastname@example.org
City & School Budget Presentations on February 22 and March 6
If you missed the City and School Budget Presentation Community Dinner, there are two more opportunities to learn more about the city and school budgets you'll vote on during Town Meeting Day!
Weekly Exit 16 DDI Construction Update 2.17.23
Click here to view the traffic impact and construction activities!
A Message from the Vermont Department of Health - Local Rabies Detected
The Vermont Department of Health has identified two recent cases of rabies in animals (raccoon, skunk) found in Winooski - please note the following guidance: