• Vermont is fully open. All restrictions now serve as guidance.
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    Masks are strongly encouraged in indoor settings even for those who have had all three doses of vaccine.

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    Vermont has adopted the CDC Guidance around masks. Masks are strongly encouraged at all indoor settings.

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  • 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.

     

     

     

  • Peoples Trust Company - Main Office

    • Banking
    25 Kingman St.
    St. Albans, VT 05478
    (802) 524-2196
    (800) 479-2196
    (802) 524-7763 (fax)
    • About

      Peoples Trust Company, Franklin County's only locally owned and operated bank.

      At Peoples Trust Company we believe People are more than account numbers, and banking is more than financial transactions. We believe that banking is about building relationships, making people's lives easier, and helping folks realize their goals. This is why everyone at the bank believes that little things make a big difference, like a warm hello, a firm handshake, and friendly smile.

      Peoples Trust Company was founded by an Act of the General Assembly of the State of Vermont on November 12, 1886. Since our inception, we have enjoyed a commitment to the Vermont tradition of service, quality and value. We have found strength in the connections we make, generation after generation, and we graciously welcome new opportunities to effectively participate in the economic and cultural vibrancy of our communities.

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