Welcome to Derby, Vermont
The Derby Selectboard adopted an amended Derby’s Traffic Ordinance on November 16, 2020 which will go into affect on January 15, 2021.
Citizens’ Rights to Petition: A petition for a vote on the question of disapproving an ordinance or rule shall be signed by not less than five percent of the qualified voters of the municipality, and presented to the legislative body or the clerk of the municipality within 44 days following the date of adoption of the ordinance or rule by the legislative body.
Derby Town Offices are OPENED BY APPOINTMENT ONLY to the Public
Masks are REQUIRED.
Due to social distancing guidelines the number of customers allowed in individual offices at one time will be limited.
Please sign in, wash your hands, and complete the health questionnaire upon entering the building. Your temperature will be taken upon entering individual offices.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during these unusual times.
The Town of Derby was chartered on October 29, 1779. The Town consists of 37,696 acres of land, and incorporates the villages of Derby Center, Derby Line and Beebe, Vermont. There are several bodies of water located in the Town consisting of Lake Memphremagog, Derby Lake also known as Derby Pond, Salem Lake consisting of Big and Little Salem, Clyde Pond and Brownington Pond. The Clyde River is Derby’s only river extending from Island Pond to Newport running twenty-five miles long.
Derby is located on the Canadian Border with an opera house which has the US & Canadian boundary line running through it. Canusa Avenue is also located in the Town of Derby in which the yellow line in the middle of the road divides Canada and the USA thus how the street acquired its name CANada USA forming CANUSA Avenue.
ABSENTEE BALLOTS ARE IN AND CAN BE PICKED UP OR MAILED
Reports can also be picked up now at the Derby Town Clerk’s Office, Haskell Library, Dailey Memorial Library, Derby Line Post Office, Derby Post Office, Village of Derby Line and Derby Center offices