OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS TOWNSHEND VERMONT
Towns (Townships) in Vermont are much like counties in many other states. Hundreds, if not thousands, of documents are stored in the vault. Many may be hundreds of years old. Townshend’s vault is small, probably not much bigger than the bathroom in your house, if even that big.
Documents presented here, on the website, are the ones that pertain to the primary day to day operations. Those would be the minutes of selected boards and Town Meetings only. For any other documents, you must visit the Clerk’s Office. Documents pertaining to the current apprised value of property (property cards) are stored in the Listers’ office. Please note that there are specific rules regarding the handling of many of these documents. Your cooperation is appreciated.
You may also search Townshend land records dating back 40 years through a 3rd party, on line provider, Record Hub. “Complimentary” is no charge and has limited access. You will have to register with them to use the site. Click here to go to their site. Again, this is a third party provider to which this site has no connection nor is this site responsible for any information they publish.
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