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|Bankruptcies, Judgments & Tax Liens Pay Site|
Search Systems Premium combined database of bankruptcies, judgments, and tax liens. Search nationwide or Vermont statewide. $5 per search, no registration fee.
|City & Town Records |
Search public records in Vermont cities and towns.
|Company Search |
Vermont Secretary of State corporations, LLCs, LLPs, partnerships, trade names, name reservations. You can search by business name, registered agent, or Principal.
|County Records |
Search public records free in Vermont counties.
|Court Records |
Vermont State civil and criminal court records, view opinions, calendars, court fines, criminal histories, and United States District Court of Vermont civil, criminal, and bankruptcy filings.
|Criminal Histories Information|
Find information here from the Vermont Criminal Information Center on how to order criminal record checks in Vermont. Information on how to access records is offered at no charge, but Vermont charges a fee for each search.
|Criminal Records Pay Site|
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Search for inmates/offenders in Vermont by name. Information provided includes name, date of birth, site of incarceration, caseworker, and caseworker email address.
|Official Website of the State of Vermont |
Visit this official site and portal to the State of Vermont to find more about government agencies, departments, services, and programs.
|Property Records |
Property records. assessments, Grand Lists, transfers, parcel records, tax records, and parcel map records from available online Vermont cities and towns.
|State Government Directory |
State of Vermont online directory of agencies, departments, employees, conference rooms, toll-free numbers, TTY/TDD numbers, Representatives, Senators, and Legislative figures.
|Unclaimed Property |
Vermont Office of the State Treasury unclaimed property search.
|Uniform Commercial Code |
Vermont Secretary of State, Corporations Division UCC debtor database by name or file number. Document copies are available online for free in TIFF format.
|Births and Christenings 1765-1908 |
Vermont christening and birth records filed between 1765 and 1908.
|Crash Reports |
Vermont Crash reports. Search free, pay for your report.
|Deaths & Marriages 1826-1882 |
Browse Vermont deaths and marriages published in the Vermont Chronicle between 1826 and 1882.
|Drinking Water & Groundwater |
Vermont Drinking Water & Groundwater Protection Division databases, including drinking water systems, wastewater permits and reports, well completion reports, well locator map, water quality testing reports, and more.
|Driver Records Information|
Information from the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles on how to obtain Driver Records.
|Educational Reports |
Vermont Agency of Education interactive school district assessment reports.
|Employee Directory |
Vermont State Employee email & phone register, searchable by name and city.
|GIS Maps |
Vermont GIS (Geographical Information System) interactive geographic and social maps.
|Jobs & Employees |
Job seekers may register with the state workforce system to search for available jobs. Employers may use the service to search submitted resumes to fill job openings.
Click on "Bill Research" to search the Vermont Legislative Bill Tracking system for current and past legislation by sponsor or keyword. Also available are texts of Bills, roll call votes, committee research, and legislative reports.
Search the Vermont Legislative Directory for State Senators, members of the House of Representatives, biographies, email addresses, and committees.
|Licenses | Business, Professional, Medical |
Use the menu in the left-hand column or click here to use directory of searchable Vermont medical, professional, and business licenses. Find accountants, attorneys, physicians, insurance companies, and tattoo artists.
Vermont Secretary of State records of registered lobbyists searchable by name.
|Lobbyists | Employers |
Vermont Secretary of State database of Lobbyist employers, searchable by employer name.
|Lobbyists | Reported Gifts |
Vermont Secretary of State database of legislators and administrative officials who have received reported gifts from lobbyists.
|Payment Reports | Towns |
Vermont Department of Finance and Management search for Town, Clerk, and School District reports of local invoices, payments, and amounts.
|Police Reports Pay Site|
Order a Vermont Department of Public Safety police report or public record online. Results are mailed.
|Registered Sex Offenders |
Search the State of Vermont Department of Public Safety Crime Information Center service for Vermont registered sex offenders.
Browse this Vermont Legislature site for Vermont statutes by title and chapter number.
|Tax Refunds & Filing Status |
Department of Taxes database for finding the status of tax filings and tax refunds. Search by refund type, SSN, and zip code.
Vermont is located in the New England region of the United States. The Capital is Montpelier and the largest city is Burlington. The Official Web Site is located at http://vermont.gov/portal/. Vermont is the 33rd most populous state in the United States. The 2014 population estimate is 626,562 and the 2010 census population was 625,745. The land area is 9,216.66 square miles and there are 67.9 persons per square mile.
95.2% of the population is White, 1.2% is Black or African American, 1.7% is Hispanic or Latino, 1.4% is Asian, 0.4% is American Indian or Alaska Native, 0% is Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, and 1.8% are two or more races. 91.4% are a high school graduate or higher, and 34.8% have a Bachelor degree or higher.
The median home value is $216,800. There are on average 2.34 persons per household, the per capita income is $29,167, the median household income is $54,267, and 11.8% of the persons in Vermont are considered below poverty level.
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