Community Resources
In this section you'll find information, such as location, address, hours, and contact info for resources in West Windsor, and also town supported programs, that benefit community residents.
Brownsville Community Church

The Brownsville Community Church is located in the Village of Brownsville, between the Albert Bridge School and the Town Hall. For more information, please visit the church's website at https://www.bccvt.org.
Brownsville Post Office

Handles mail services in town for addresses with the 05037 zip code (addresses located in the village of Brownsville within West Windsor).  Note that some addresses in West Windsor are served from the Windsor (05089), Hartland, or Reading (05062) post offices.

Address: 1269 Route 44
Hours:
Mon-Fri 8:00am-12:30pm and 2:00pm-5:00pm
Sat 8:00am-11:30am
Sun closed
Postmaster: Scott R. Hammond
Phone: (802) 484-5057

Cemeteries

There are two principal cemeteries in town. The Brownsville Cemetery is located across from the Albert Bridge School on the Brownsville-Hartland Road. It is owned and operated by a private cemetery commission.  Sheddsville Cemetery is located on Cemetery Road, just to the east of its intersection with Cowshed Trail. The Sheddsville Cemetery is owned and operated by the Town of West Windsor.

Community Bulletin Board

There is a Community Bulletin Board in front of the Town Hall. If you would like to post information about an upcoming local event, please follow these guidelines: Contact the Town Administrator with your name, the name of your organization and the dates you'd like to have your poster on the bulletin board (maximum: 10 days)

For visibility, posters should be at least 28" long and 22" wide, and lettering should be at least 3" high. The idea is to have one or two large posters easily visible by people driving by in a vehicle.

Thank you!

 

ECFiber

ECFiber, of which West Windsor is a member, is a consortium of 24 local municipalities bringing high-speed fiber-optic internet and telephone service to homes and businesses in participating towns. ECFiber is working in partnership with ValleyNet, (VN) a Vermont non-profit organization.

The ECFiber Governing Board, with delegates appointed by the Selectboards of each town, meets monthly on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.  The meetings are usually held at the Vermont Law School in South Royalton.

ECFiber web site: www.ecfiber.net

West Windsor delegates to ECFiber: Ken Parrot, khparrot@me.com and Alessandro Iuppa iuppa@mac.com

Local Schools

Elementary School:  West Windsor's elementary school, the Albert Bridge School, is a small rural school serving kindergarten through grade six. Classes consist of both single grade and multi-grade classrooms. ABS hosts a full day kindergarten program.

Web site: https://abs.wsesu.net/

Address:
108 Hartland/Brownsville Road
PO Box 88
Brownsville, VT 05037
(802)484-3344

Principal: Jenifer Aldrich, jaldrich@wsesu.net
Administrativie Assistant: April Sykes, asykes@wsesu.net

Middle & High School: There is no middle or high school located in West Windsor.  After completing sixth grade, students attend middle/high school in Windsor. 

Mary L. Blood Library

The Mary L. Blood Memorial Library is a public library serving West Windsor.

 

Location: 41 Brownsville-Hartland Road; across from the town hall
Mailing Address: PO Box 468, Brownsville, VT 05037
Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 1:00-6:00 PM, Saturday 11:00 AM-4:00 PM
Librarian: Liz Frederick
Phone: 802-484-7205
Resources for Seniors
List of area resources available for senior citizens in Reading and West Windsor.
School Community in Partnership (SCIP)

SCIP supports enrichment programs and activities at Albert Bridge Elementary School. SCIP meets the first Monday of each month in the ABS Library. All parents and community members may attend these gatherings.

The Vermont Standard

The Vermont Standard, published in Woodstock, Vermont, is the offical paper of record for the Town of West Windsor.  Official notices from the town will be published in this paper.

For more information, see their web site at The Vermont Standard.

Weathersfield Dump and Transfer Station

West Windsor residents may use the Weathersfield Dump and Transfer station for trash and recycling if they have a valid Transfer Station Permit ("dump sticker"). The town does not provide garbage pick up services, although commercial options are available.

Dump stickers are available at the West Windsor Town Office. To dispose of trash, you need a punch card in addition to a dump sticker. Punch cards are available at the Town Office and at the gas station/convenience store at Downer’s Corners at the intersection of Route 106 and Route 131. You can dispose of two 13-gallon kitchen trash bags (or one 30-gallon bag) for one punch.

Cost: Dump stickers cost $75 each and are good for one year (July 1 – June 30). Punch cards cost $42.40 for 10 punches or 21.25 for 5 punches. Forms of payment are cash or check only.  Please make checks out to the Town of West Windsor.

Dump Location:
5024 Route 106
Perkinsville, Vermont 05151

Hours of Operation:
Wednesday - 12:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Saturday - 7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Sunday - 12:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.

Telephone: 802-263-5651

 

 

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Historical Society

Located at The Grange Hall, 1023 Route 44, Brownsville, VT. The Museum and Historic Records are located on the 2nd floor which is ADA accessible and open on Tuesdays from 10:00 AM until noon. Phone number: 484-7474 and e-mail info@wwhs-vt.org  For more information visit the WWHS Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/WestWindsorHistoricalSociety/) and website (wwhs-vt.org)

 

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