City of South Burlington, Vermont
The city site provides you with the e-mail addresses of city officers and members of City Council and lists of city committees and their members. There are links for the new Stormwater Website, employment opportunities, the South Burlington City Center Proposal, links to the School District's site, and links to the Recreation Department that lists its programs and contains information on the city's parks.
Legal Services Law Line of Vermont
Law Line is a non-profit legal services law firm, established in 1996, that provides free consultation, advice, and community education for low income Vermonters.
South Burlington School District
The homepage for the South Burlington School District gives you access to the academic calendar for dates of parent conferences, school vacations, etc. It lists bus and athletic schedules, information on other activities within the district, the strategic plan, employment information, and links to the district offices and to the five schools' web sites.
As the Vermont winter approaches, many Vermonters worry about being able to afford the things they need. 3SquaresVT may be able to help. 3SquaresVT (formerly food stamps) helps people with a limited income buy more food, like fresh veggies, fruits, and whole grains. Check this website for information and resources about 3SquaresVT and other food programs.
Way of Northwest Vermont
Looking for a home for all that
stuff you just cleaned out of your closets, attics and
basements? Click on Goods Match at the United Way website
and find a place to donate them.
The United Ways of Vermont 2-1-1
The website contains information about available community resources for people in Vermont, including detailed data on health and human services provided by government agencies and community organizations and the conditions under which services are available. The Database currently contains over 550 agencies, with more than 1,300 programs and 3,275 services.
Vermont Agency of Human Services
The Vermont Agency of
Human Services website is designed to
make it easy for Vermonters to determine for themselves what
programs or services are available-such as child care, fuel
assistance, Medicaid or mental health services-and whether
they may be eligible for these services. Residents can use
this tool at home, in public libraries, at many state
offices or anywhere they have Internet access. Service
providers can also use the website to assist their
Vermont Law Help
Vermont Law Help explains law in an accessible and easy-to-read format. It explains law in many areas including housing, family, government benefits, consumer, health and taxes. The site includes a list of places to receive free legal help, helpful organizations, information about Vermont courts, online Vermont court forms, and links to Vermont Legal Aid and Legal Services Law Line of Vermont.