Welcome to Newfane, Vermont

Newfane Tax Bills in Error

At the September 20, 2022 Special Town Meeting, residents voted to use the town’s surplus to cover the shortfall in assessed taxes. As a result, no new tax bills will be issued.

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Walkable Newfane – Village Center Sidewalk and Crosswalks Scoping Study

Walkable Newfane - Village Center Sidewalk and Crosswalks Scoping Study

The Town of Newfane is studying potential changes to create a safer, more walkable village center. This summer and fall, the town will be working with the Windham Regional Commission and Planners and Engineers from Dubois & King to assess potential sidewalk improvements, pedestrian crossings and other changes to Route 30 in the Village of Newfane. (Read more)

WARNING: Please be aware that the Town of Newfane is not sending out emails regarding new tax bills. If you receive one, please do not open it or reply. It appears to be a scam. The Newfane Treasurer will not be mailing out new tax bills until July, 2022. If a revised tax bill is necessary for anyone, it will be sent by mail, not by email. The only tax bills that are sent by email are when someone requests a copy be sent that way.

2022 Town Election Australian Ballot Results

the Arch Bridge will be closed starting on Tuesday, March 15-October

The Williamsville Arch Bridge will be closed starting on Tuesday, March 15 until October 2022. (Read more)

A statement passed by the Selectboard at the Sept. 21, 2020 meeting:
The Town of Newfane condemns hate speech, prejudice, and acts intended to induce fear in any person based on their identity. We are a community of diverse backgrounds and opinions, and we draw strength from it. Everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and feel safe in our beautiful town.

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A Message from the Selectboard:

  • The Town Office is here for you if you are a vulnerable person and needs assistance call 365-7772 Ext #4 and leave a message.
  • Care 211 registration for the home alone or elderly.
  • Latest local updates on COVID-19
  • VT Dept of Health
  • Call your neighbors, which you know are home alone.

Peter Case interviews Newfane Town Clerk Carol Hesselbach about early voting procedures in Newfane

Windham County
Chartered: June 19, 1753
Area: 25,615 Acres = 40.02 Square Miles
Coordinates: N 42° 59′ W 72°39′
Altitude: 536 feet ASL
Population (US Census, 2010): 1,726