Vermont Declaration of Inclusion

Municipalities and Other Organizations That Have Adopted the Declaration

We’re on our way to our goal of a Declaration of Inclusion being adopted and implemented by each of Vermont’s 246 towns and cities!

Currently, 69 towns and cities, home to 48% of the population (311,329 Vermonters) have adopted the Declaration of Inclusion. 

If your town/city has adopted the DOI, please notify Al Wakefield.

Athens
Bakersfield
Barre City
Bennington
Bethel
Brandon
Brattleboro
Bristol
Burlington
Cambridge
Chittenden
Clarendon
Dorset
Essex Junction Village
Fair Haven
Fairfax
Fayston
Franklin
Guilford
Hardwick
Hartford
Hartland
Hinesburg
Hyde Park
Johnson
Johnson Village
Ludlow
Manchester
Mendon
Middlebury
Middletown Springs
Milton
Moretown
Morristown
Mount Tabor
Newfane
Pawlet
Pittsfield
Pittsford
Poultney
Pownal
Proctor
Putney
Randolph
Richmond
Rutland
Rutland City
Shelburne
Shrewsbury
South Burlington
South Hero
Springfield
Stowe
Strafford
Sudbury
Swanton
Tinmouth
Underhill
Vergennes
Waitsfield
Wallingford
Warren
Waterbury
West Rutland
West Windsor
Windsor
Winooski
Woodstock
Woodstock Village

  • Rutland Young Professionals (RYP)
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People – Vermont
  • Vermont Association of Planning and Development Agencies (VAPDA)
  • Vermont Chamber of Commerce (VCC)
  • Vermont League of Cities and Towns (VLCT)
  • Vermont Social Equity Caucus
  • Lamoille County Regional Planning Commission
  • Northwest Regional Planning Commission
  • Brattleboro Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Guilford Community Church
  • Mount Ascutney School District

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