Community Report

2016 Yearbook Published! St. Johnsbury has a lot going on. Thanks to active and engaged neighbors and friends, our community continues to show strength. The trends might not fit the mold of what you’d expect — most rural communities of 7,600 people are experiencing stress as we adjust to increasing pressure from online shopping and demographic shifts. However, St. Johnsbury’s high points are its close-knit … Continue reading Community Report

USDA Announces Grants

St. Johnsbury Benefits from USDA Grant. Nineteen Vermont non-profits and municipalities will launch economic development projects aimed at building vibrant communities through job creation with the support of grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). These competitive grants were announced on September 30 in Barre, when USDA officials were joined by U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy and U.S. Rep. Peter Welch to announce more than … Continue reading USDA Announces Grants

Colors of the Kingdom

Colorful Kingdom September, 17 “This community event brings out the very best in St. Johnsbury and attracts thousands of visitors to our downtown,” says Tara Holt, director of the St. Johnsbury Chamber of Commerce. “Colors of the Kingdom is our annual fall foliage festival that involves many organizations” Train rides from St. Johnsbury’s historic Welcome Center take passengers along the scenic Connecticut River. The views … Continue reading Colors of the Kingdom

Road Pitch Roars into St. J

FreshTracks Road Pitch Tues, Aug. 4, 10:30 AM at Catamount Arts FreshTracks Capital’s Road Pitch sends a team of Business Bikers on the Road for a 4 day journey trip across Vermont in search of the best and brightest entrepreneurs. The St. Johnsbury Chamber of Commerce working with our Town Offices secured a spot in this statewide entrepreneurial competition to celebrate the ingenuity, creativity, and … Continue reading Road Pitch Roars into St. J