Two-thirds of the 2,300 people now living in motels will be able to get an 84-day extension to make move-out arrangements, state officials said.
Live broadcasts of the governor’s weekly updates are likely to end after Scott lifts the declared state of emergency.
This commentary is by Phil Scott, governor of Vermont. At the start of every year, I get the opportunity to share my priorities, proposals and a state budget. My team remains focused on responding to the pandemic, protecting Vermonters, and emerging as quickly as possible, with the fewest lives lost and a stronger, more resilient […]
The governor signed an executive order last week that would restructure the Natural Resources Board and the environmental district commissions that review land-use applications.
Gov. Phil Scott will deliver his third inaugural address via livestream on Thursday at 7 p.m.
The protest, organized on Facebook, is scheduled to take place Wednesday in Montpelier.
Government agencies are rolling out preparatory plans for schools, senior living facilities, state government, and hospitals, in advance of the expected arrival of the COVID-19.
UPDATED — Thursday event canceled (strike-thru); Friday event added (bold) Saturday, October 26 No public events scheduled at this time Sunday, October 27 No public events scheduled at this time Monday, October 28 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Induction Ceremony and Reception for Vermont’s Poet Laureate Vermont Arts Council Office, 136 State Street, Montpelier, VT […]
News Release — Gov. Phil ScottSept. 10, 2019 Contact:Jon [email protected] GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT ANNOUNCES AGENCY OF TRANSPORTATION BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN GRANTS TOTALING $3.6 MILLION Montpelier, Vt. – The Vermont Agency of Transportation (AOT) is awarding $3.6 million in grants to municipalities for bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure improvement projects. The combination of construction projects and planning grants will […]
News Release — Gov. Phil ScottSept. 9, 2019 Contact: Lilly Talbert802-828-2841 Governor Scott Appoints Nancy Brooks of St. Albans to Vermont Commission on Women(Montpelier) – Governor Phil Scott has appointed Nancy Brooks of St. Albans to serve on the Vermont Commission on Women (VCW), the state’s non-partisan commission working to advance rights and opportunities for women […]
News Release — Gov. Phil ScottSept. 6, 2019 Contact:Rebecca [email protected] GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT AWARDS FRANCOIS SCARBOROUGH CLEMMONS 2019 GOVERNOR’S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE ARTS Montpelier, Vt.— Governor Phil Scott today announced François Scarborough Clemmons as the recipient of the 2019 Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts. Clemmons is a nationally renowned actor, singer, playwright […]
News Release — Gov. Phil ScottSept. 5, 2019 Contact:Rebecca [email protected] Josh [email protected] GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT ANNOUNCES $2.7 MILLION IN GRANTSFunds Support New Housing, Childcare Centers, Infrastructure and Community Development Projects Statewide St. Albans, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott joined local, state and federal partners Thursday to announce over $2.7 million in community development grants to […]
News Release — Gov. Phil ScottAug. 28, 2019 Contact:Rebecca [email protected] STATEMENT FROM GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT ON THE 8th ANNIVERSARY OF TROPICAL STORM IRENE Montpelier, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott today issued the following statement: “When Tropical Storm Irene hit Vermont, it caused incredible damage to our roads and bridges, our farms and businesses, and our homes […]
News Release — Gov. Phil ScottAug. 22, 2019 Contacts:Rebecca [email protected] Nicole [email protected] GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT HIGHLIGHTS STATE’S INCREASED INVESTMENT IN CHILD CARE Greater Burlington YMCA, Parents and Early Care Stakeholders Share Impact of Child care Investments with Governor and Legislators Burlington, Vt. – At a press conference Thursday, Governor Phil Scott detailed newly implemented investments […]