Welcome to the Town of Shoreham, established in 1761. Shoreham is a thriving lake-shore town lying on the outskirts of the growing communities of Burlington, Middlebury, and Rutland. It is halfway between Montreal, Canada, and Albany, N.Y., on New England’s west coast: the shore of Lake Champlain. Shoreham is primarily an agricultural community of orchards, dairy and niche farms, and numerous commercial endeavors, as well as an increasing number of smaller home-based businesses. Shoreham is also home to the “Fort Ti” Ferry, one of oldest ferries in the US, in continuous operation between Shoreham and Ticonderoga, N.Y., since 1788.
- DRAFT—Proposed Zoning Regs—PDF
- Hearing on Draft Zoning Regs—Nov 21, 7:00pm, School gym
- PIPELINE INFORMATION—Information page
Town Clerk: M,T,Th,F 9-12, 1-4; closed Weds.; 897-5841
Platt Library: M 11-7, W 2-7, Th 2-7, Sat 9-1:00; 897-2647
Burn Permits—Permits are required—-contact the Fire Warden the day of, or day before, the expected burn. Workdays: 897-5711; Eves. before 9:00PM, Mornings, after 6:00AM, Weekends: 897-5712; Fire Dept. response for un-permitted burns billed at $150/truck