NEXT SELECTBOARD MEETING:
2/9/23 @ 8 AM
Local Hazard Mitigation Plan:
The Town of Landgrove is looking for the public’s assistance in identifying local hazards to aid in updating its Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP).
Hazard Mitigation Plan Community Survey here!
As mandated by the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000, all municipalities are required to complete a Local Hazard Mitigation Plan every 5 years in order to qualify for FEMA funding should a disaster occur. The plan aids in identifying threats and hazards such as flooding, winter storms, power failures, pandemics, cyber-attacks etc. and then determine mitigation efforts that can aid municipalities in reducing risk and recovery from natural, technological, and human-caused hazards.
The Town of Landgrove has begun the plan update process and is looking for input from Landgrove residents to help identify hazards that impact your community.
Please contact Susan Lenox at email@example.com with any input or questions.
The current Local Hazard Mitigation Plan can be located in the Town Hall
All Select Board Meetings are open to the public, to arrange attendance remotely, please email the Clerk
2023 TOWN MEETING-
It's back! In person at Town Hall 6pm
Monday, March 6th at 6:00 pm
Read the WARNING articles here
Town report will come out Feb 25!
Next Planning and Zoning Meeting:
January 19, Thursday, 5:30pm
Town Hall Office hours are from
9am to 1pm on Thursdays
Online Parcel Mapping is right here.
The mapping program was updated as of JULY 2022. The Mapping Tool allows you to Identify parcels, owners, get some Lister data, measure acres with a line drawing tool, create a list of abutters and even print mailing labels! The information in Parcel Mapping is drawn from the Grand List, which is legally public information.
Please visit your My Voter Page at the link below to update your voter info if needed.
Public Wi-fi The Town Office does have 24/7 free public WiFi with a signal booster on the outside of the building There's no password required, but we ask that you access it from outside the building. You may parallel park along the driveway, just be mindful of clear pass through for others and that the mail Jeep can get to our mailbox.
Gentle reminder that the use of Town Hall must be registered with the Clerk in advance to avoid conflicts. Thanks!
2023 Town Meeting : Monday March 6 at 6pm, in person at Town Hall! Warning coming end of January!
2022 "Town Meeting" refresher:
February 28, 2022 Info Session Minutes
Annual Town Report
JUST the General Fund
if you are interested in our two Town Forests and Leurich Field, outdoor recreation, habitat and forests, be a part of the newly reforming Conservation Commission! We need at least 3 members! Please contact May Bigelow to be part of forming this group! firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo by our own Anne McClaran!