About the Town
Montgomery is known as “Vermont’s covered bridge town.” Its unique geography required many bridges, and as recently as the 1940s there were thirteen covered bridges within the town’s limits. There are six covered bridges within town limits, and one which straddles the town line with Enosburg — the most of any town in the country.
Montgomery’s heritage is firmly rooted in farming and the timber industry. Today it is a diverse community with several farms, many small businesses, artists, craftspeople, and a lively citizenry comprised of a mix of full-time and vacation residents. It is an all-season recreation destination.