• Current Guidance in place:

    Fully Vaccinated Persons: Governor Scott announced that, effective February 23rd, people who are fully vaccinated and at least 14 days out from their final vaccine dose may travel to and from Vermont without quarantine restrictions.
    Additionally, a fully vaccinated person may now gather with one other trusted household, even if people in that household have not yet been vaccinated.Learn more about the latest announcements.

    Summer Event Planning: Lindsay Kurrle, Secretary of the Agency of Commerce and Community Development, gave insight on how to begin to plan for further restrictions being lifted in the coming months, specifically in regards to planning events and gatherings.

    Cross State Travel Information: The State of Vermont has suspended its leisure travel map and implemented a mandatory quarantine for anyone returning or traveling to Vermont.

    The Mandatory Mask Mandate is still in effect. Masks are required in all indoor settings and in outdoor settings where the 6-foot distancing is not possible. Masks are required for anyone over the age of 2.

    For additional information and travel guidance. please visit the Vermont Department of Health website.
    For access to the statewide travel map, please visit the Vermont Agency of Commerce & Community Development website.


  • Chamber Office Update

    The Chamber office is now open Monday - Thursday from 9am - 3pm. We will remain in compliance with the State and CDC guidance around Covid-19 safety and will ask that guests respect this. To reach Lisamarie email her directly. We look forward to serving the community safely!
    For a comprehensive list of local resources, please visit our COVID-19 Resource page linked to the button below.




  • Our Dramatic Constituion - An online community conversation

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    Name: Our Dramatic Constituion - An online community conversation
    Date: October 8, 2020
    Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EDT
    Event Description:
    Share your voice during an online discussion with Prof. Meg Mott and weigh-in on the pluses and minuses of a federalist system during a global pandemic. How does concurrent jurisdiction help us balance our personal liberties and our obligations to public health? How can we better use our disagreements for improved decision-making? Throughout this interactive presentation, Mott will explore how the Constitution both forces and frames our disagreements. Co-hosted by the Vermont Humanities Council.
    St. Albans Museum, 9 Church Street - website access on the device of your choice.
    Date/Time Information:
    Tuesday, October 8, beginning at 7pm
    Contact Information:
    Alex Lehning- 802-527-7933
    Registration requested. Register and access event by visiting HERE
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