Questions for the RSUD Decoupling Informational Meeting

Decoupling the Rochester/Stockbridge Unified District (RSUD) is an article on Stockbridge’s Town Meeting warning and will be on the Australian Ballot for voting on March 2, 2021.

An Informational Meeting will be held on Zoom February 23, 2021 at 7:00pm. RSUD financial data is available at the link above. If you would like to ask any questions regarding this article or the financial data before the Informational meeting, please click here to email questions to the Stockbridge Town Office. Those questions will be collected and addressed in the Informational Meeting.

Click here to view budget data

Stockbridge Town Meeting Information 3/2/2021

In response to the concerns posed by COVID-19, the Vermont Legislature passed ACT162, which allows a legislative body to vote to use Australian ballot for any Town Meeting (Annual or Special) in 2021.The Stockbridge Selectboard voted to hold the Town Meeting vote by Australian Ballot in 2021.

  • Absentee ballots can be requested by contacting the Town Clerk @ 802-746-8400,, or by visiting “My Voter Page” at
  • Polls will be open on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 from 9:00am – 7:00pm at the Town Office
  • Ballots can be returned by mail or in our new drop box to the left of the front door at the Town Office.
  • To run for a Town Office on the ballot, please return the Consent of Candidate form by Monday, January 25, 2021 by 5:00pm.  (for a list of offices, see the town website.)  ACT162 waives the signature requirement for nominating petitions.
  • There will be an informational meeting on February 25, 2021 at 7:00pm, by Zoom Meeting or call in.  Connection information will be posted on the town website as we get closer to the event.    
  • Town Reports will be mailed out in mid-February.  Copies will also be available at the Town Office.

Town Office re-opening for Research Appointments

First and foremost,  thank you very much for your patience.  We will be opening the town office for research appointments beginning Tuesday Jan. 5th.  Researchers coming in the office will need to meet the following criteria.

  • No recent travel without quarantine and a test.
  • No fever or respiratory illness.
  • No contact with any COVID-19 positive person.
  • Wear your mask properly over nose and mouth the entire time in the building.
  • Unfortunately, rest room facilities will not be available to anyone other than employees.
  • Sign in and out on the log for contact tracing.
  • Temperature checks.

Research appointments will be available for either the morning or the afternoon.

Tues  No mornings,  1-4 Wed  9 – 12 or 1-4 Thurs 9 -12 or  1-4

Please call ahead to schedule.  Hopefully with the vaccine on the horizon, things can start to get somewhat closer to a little normalcy. 

Have a peaceful holiday season and stay well.

Face Masks

A big THANK YOU to Ted Green Ford and Joanne Mills for their donation of face masks. If you need face masks, please contact the town office at 802-746-8400 or email to arrange a pick time.

Town Office has a New Outdoor Mail Drop Box

A new drop box was just installed. Now you can drop off envelopes up to 10″ wide 24x7x365. They deposit inside the building in a secure lock box. This will be very helpful for early and absentee ballots during elections,