The 2022 Non-resident Beach Parking Lottery has closed.
(Next year’s lottery will open in April 2023)
Resident Beach Parking Permits are available at the Town Office
The Office will be closed Monday May 30 in observance of Memorial Day.
The South Hero Planning Commission and Select Board are seeking community input on how the town should spend its ARPA funds.
The survey is open to South Hero Residents. Please complete one survey per person
Paper copies of the survey will be available at the town office.
Note: that information for the Route 2 – Route 314 Construction project
is found under “Community Links” in the above menu. Or: Link Here
The Clerk’s office will be closed Thursday June 9 but the Zoning and Treasurer’s Office will remain open.
The Town of South Hero, located in Grand Isle County in Northwestern Vermont, lies on the Southern half of South Hero Island in Lake Champlain. The area which now encompasses South Hero, Grand Isle, and North Hero was given to Ethan and Ira Allen on October 27, 1779 as a reward for their services to the state.
Today, the lands of South Hero are used primarily for agriculture, dairying, and apple orchards. The island is a very attractive place for resorts and thus attracts many summer tourists.