• Vermont is fully open. All restrictions have been lifted and now serve as guidance.
    Vaccines are still being distributed and are encouraged for those not yet vaccinated.
    The full plan, with all revisions and updates is outlined

    Booster Shots
    The rollout for booster shots (an additional third dose of protective vaccine) is underway for those who have previously had two doses of the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson. Vaccines for children, aged 5-11 are also approved! At this time, booster shots are available for most people, and people with additional health issues, provided your last dose of vaccine was at least 6 months ago.
    Bring your vaccine card with you!

    Vermonters can sign up for an appointment on the state Department of Health’s website. Those who haven’t been vaccinated through the state registration system, can’t speak English or require other assistance can call 855-722-7878 to register.
    The website will also list locations where booster shots will be administered.

    Vermont has adopted the CDC Guidance around masks. Currently, masks are recommended in indoor settings, even if you are fully vaccinated. Un-vaccinated people are still asked to wear a mask, until they are 2 weeks out from their second dose of vaccine. Business owners may set their own guidance as to the wearing of masks but indoor masking is recommended. The state Health Commissioner advises keeping a mask on hand to wear in large groups or crowds, or in situations that make one uncomfortable without a mask.

    For additional information, please visit the Vermont Department of Health website. or the Vermont Agency of Commerce & Community Development website.

  • Chamber Office Hours

    The Chamber office is open Monday - Thursday from 9am - 3pm. These hours are subject to change based on the Chamber schedule.
    Currently, masks are optional while in our office.
    To reach Lisamarie email her directly.
    For the most updated statewide guidance, please visit our COVID-19 Resource page linked to the button below.




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  • Directions & Maps

    Franklin County is bordered by Lake Champlain to the West, the Canadian Border to the North, Orleans and Lamoille Counties to the East and Chittenden County to the South. St. Albans is adjacent to Exits 19 and 20 of Interstate 89, in the northwest corner of Vermont. U.S. Routes 7, 36, 104, and 105 converge in St. Albans. Route 7 serves as Main Street, St. Albans, as it passes through the City.

    From due north , Canadian Route 133 out of Iberville, Quebec, ties into Vermont Interstate 89 at the Highgate border crossing. St. Albans is approximately 12 miles from the Canadian border.

    From the North and West (northern New York, whether coming from Plattsburgh on I-87 or from Canada on Route 15, take Route 11 from Champlain east to Rouses Point. Route 2 will bring you to Alburg, Vermont. Route 78 brings you to Swanton. Coming from Plattsburgh, you can also take the ferry to Grand Isle, VT. Route 2 will take you to I-89, which provides direct access to the county.

    From the South and East, Interstate 91 out of Massachusetts and southern Vermont connects to I-89 in White River Junction, Vermont. Interstate 93 out of Massachusetts and New Hampshire connects to I-89 in Concord, New Hampshire.

    Distances to St. Albans Vermont

    26 miles to Burlington, VT
    60 miles to Montpelier, VT
    62 miles to Montreal, Que
    113 miles to White River Junction, VT
    170 miles to Concord, NH
    200 miles to Albany, NY
    225 miles to Springfield, MA
    250 miles to Boston, MA

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