Welcome to the Village of Hyde Park, Vermont Municipal Website - The OFFICIAL source of information about Village services, governance and utilities serving parts of the Towns of Hyde Park and Johnson:
Hyde Park Electric
Hyde Park Water
Hyde Park Wastewater
The Village of Hyde Park is a historic New England Chartered Village, incorporated in 1895. The Village offers two historic inns, a vibrant performing arts center, good food, craft beer and year-round recreation. Imagine the 18th and 19th century, stroll down Main St. from the Opera House, to the Governor's House, Lamoille County Courthouse, Lanpher Memorial Library, the massive 1891 Hyde Park Inn under development, Elsa French Park, Fork & Gavel Restaurant and Hyde Park Elementary School. Fitch Hill Inn sits at the top of the hill. A short stroll down Depot St. leads to the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail.
Hyde Park is a great place to live, work and visit. We are strategically located in the Green Mountains, adjacent the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail, midway between both Stowe and Smugglers’ Notch Resorts and about an hour from the Burlington Airport. Hyde Park has a variety of excellent places to stay - historic B&Bs, scenic country cabins and home rentals. Come see us soon!
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
OCTOBER 14, 2020
+1 (646) 749-3122
6:00 - 7:00 PM
+1 (646) 749-3122
HYDE PARK SOLAR
2016 Renewable Energy Vermont Champion Award - Promoting and Advancing Renewable Energy Within Their Community.
100% owned by the Village of Hyde Park to produce electricity for Hyde Park Electric.
Zero Interest Financing by U.S. Treasury, Clean Renewable Energy Bonds.
Local ownership eliminates 3rd-party developers and allows ratepayers access to benefits not available with outside ownership.
Although weather conditions affect results, rated to produce up to 13% of HPE annual requirements.
Hyde Park Electric meets Vermont's Renewable Energy Standard.
ELSA FRENCH PARK
COMMONWEALTH & MAIN
The Elsa French Park is located on the grounds of the home at the corner of Commonwealth Ave. and Main St.
Donated to the Village by the children of Dr. Edward B. and Elsa French, the Elsa French Park is being developed into a safe and accessible public gathering space for the entire community.
Lilacs are thriving and the raised beds are teeming with hearty heirloom varieties designed to attract pollinators.
Funded by the AARP, the recent installation of ADA accessible picnic tables provide a pleasant place to relax in the shade.
This historic home will be renovated and used to for municipal and community services.