Lamoille County Links

Covid-19 Vaccine:  Please click here to sign up to make an appointment at state-run clinics, Costco, Walmart, Kinney Drugs, CVS or Walgreens.

Medical personnel are present at all state vaccination clinics, so even those who prefer to be vaccinated with a doctor nearby can feel comfortable going to a clinic.  Seniors who need FREE rides for vaccination should call Rural Community Transportation (RCT) 1-802-748-8170.


Take Care of Your Expired Medications Responsibly:  Every spring and fall, health departments and drug disposal sites around the country join the Drug Enforcement Agency in holding National Prescription Drug Take Back Days. This twice-yearly event provides a safe, convenient and responsible way to dispose of prescription and over-the-counter medications.  The next National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is April 24, 2021 at Copley Hospital, 528 Washington Hwy, Morrisville VT.  

Vermont has created childcare hubs around the state to support thousands of children and youth in grades K-6 who need a safe place to be during remote school learning days or afterschool. Please
click here to find a childcare hub, as there are many spaces available. For financial assistance with childcare, contact The Lamoille Family Center

Compost Pick-Up Service:  Local compost pick-up service available at

Get Help in Lamoille County

Lamoille FiberNet Communications Union District (LFCUD)

Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce

Lamoille Region Virtual Guide

Lamoille County Planning Commission

Town and Village of Hyde Park

Town of Morristown

Town of Johnson

Lamoille County Field Days


Lamoille County Warming Shelter

This effort started out at St. John’s in the Mountains Episcopal Church in late December, 2017 when the cold snap hit VT.  Several congregations, 2nd Congregational Church in Hyde Park, Johnson United Methodist and the Jewish Community Center of Greater Stowe, then joined in the effort and provided shelter at their own place of worship.  Since that 1st week, these congregations have been meeting with interested community members and social service agencies to find and provide a permanent shelter to run through the winter months.  Currently, we have moved to the Yellow House behind the Opera House in Hyde Park, which is owned by the Sheriff’s Dept. and the dept. has been very generous with their offer of the building and their time.

We are looking for volunteers to help keep the shelter manned until at least April 15th.  Our most pressing needs are people to help in the morning hours from 6AM-8AM, and evening hours between 5:30PM-8PM.  We ask people to use an online volunteer sign up site so that they can pick and choose which dates might work for them.  We also have a dinner provider position open for volunteers who would like to drop off food, but these positions have been easier to fill than the shifts that mean more volunteer hours.  Those not comfortable signing up online can contact Emily @

Click here sign up to volunteer for the Lamoille Shelter .

Morning Helper:  Relieve the Overnight Volunteer at 6AM.  The guest start waking up at 7AM, so there may not be much to do for an hour.  Bring a computer or book.  Make coffee, help with breakfast (cereal, oatmeal..all provided), and help the guests tidy up their things should they be leaving items behind because they will be returning.  Guest should be on their way by 8AM.  Return key to the Sheriff’s Dept.

Evening Helper: This job includes opening the house, (keyless entry information will be provided), turning up the heat, and simply waiting for guests to arrive.  Guests and volunteers will need to sign into the appropriate documents.  If there is a dinner provider then you can help to warm up food and serve.  If there is not a dinner provider then we have leftovers and frozen food.  It is typically a mellow shift, but very needed.  At 8PM, the Overnight Volunteer will relieve you.



Organizations supported by Eden residents through an annual appropriation at Town Meeting: