Agendas for Upcoming Meetings

Selectboard 5/30/16

Planning Commission 5/17/16

Conservation Commission 5/12/16

Bristol Energy Committee 3/16/16

Board of Civil Authority 8/19/15

 Watch the meetings online broadcast by NEAT TV



Local Election Results 2016


2015 Consumer Confidence Water Quality Report


Needed Equipment for the Fire House

Fund Raising Campaign

On July 7,  2015 the residents of Bristol approved a bond for $3.19 million to build a new fire station at 79 West Street. In an effort to keep the bond amount down and practice fiscal responsibility, the Town did not include the cost of interior necessities as part of the bond. The rationale being that it does not make sense to finance tables and chairs for the next thirty years.  The Bristol Fire Department along with the NH Munsill Hose, Hook and Ladder Company have secured approximately half of what we need through past fundraising efforts and other donations. This is where you come in. We are hoping to raise the remaining  $30,000 in private donations to furnish the department with needed items such as: desks, tables, chairs, toolboxes and audiovisual equipment. All of this equipment is needed for the fire department to operate and train effectively. You may make a donation through the Go Fund Me Site by clicking this link  or by mailing a check to the Town of Bristol. Please make checks payable to Bristol Fire Department and mail to:  Town of Bristol PO Box 249 Bristol, VT 05443.  Thank you!


Bristol Stoney Hill Master Planning Study

Please take the Bristol Transportation Survey!

Vermont Notice of Intent to File Application


Property Taxes are Due November 5th and April 5th


See Fire Chief Brett Larose’s interview with WCAX and get an inside look at the 1897 Fire Station:  Watch the WCAX report on Bristol Fire Department’s Station One  

See Carl Child’s of Childs Engineering’s structural report of the 1897 Fire Station

New Bristol Fire Facility Total Project Cost Estimate

Final Firehouse Design Report




Bristol Bucks are now available for purchase at the National Bank of
Middlebury.  Come out and support your local businesses.  The
Town of Bristol will be accepting Bristol Bucks for all services.


Ordinance Regulating One Way Streets

Public Safety Ordinance

Policy Regulating Mailbox Maintenance within the Town’s Right of Way

Policy Regulating Driveway and/or Parking Lot Maintenance within the Town’s Right of Way

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  • Town of Bristol

    1 South St.
    PO Box 249
    Bristol, VT 05443
    (802)453-2410 Fax: 453-5188
    Office Hours 8:00-4:30