Town Meeting Day 2022 Updates

  • Town Office Closed April 30th & May 1st-Elections

    The Town Office will be closed on Tuesday 4/30/24 as office staff will be at Town Hall conducting an Election for the NMVUUSD Budget Re-Vote. Town Offices will be closed the day following the election (5/1/24) for mandated reporting & post-election procedures. Click here for further details

  • Permit Notice

    A decision has been issued by the Zoning Administrator for the follow permits Thompson/Himes and Crowley

Election Results

Official results for local elections and the school district have been issued by the Secretary of State.

Election Information

Town Meeting Day will be held on Tuesday, March 1st, 2022.

Town Reports, Warnings, etc.
The latest annual town and school meeting documents will also be made available on the Annual Meetings page.

Proposed Town Charter (Draft)
View the latest draft of the proposed Montgomery Town Governance Charter, pending adoption March 1st, 2022:

Questions & Answers

Why are we voting by Australian Ballot?
At a duly warned Selectboard meeting, held on Jan. 17th, 2022 it was decided that voting this year for Town Meeting will be conducted by Australian Ballot, therefore all registered Montgomery voters may cast an official ballot in person to vote on Budget Articles and Elected Offices in town.

Authority given by the State Legislature per Act S.172, allows for Towns to make a temporary switch to Australian voting for 2022.

Will informational meetings be held?
The Selectboard will hold two public informational hearings via Zoom:

  • Saturday, Feb. 26 at 10:00am
  • Monday, Feb. 28 at 6:00pm

Voting Early / Absentee

Ballots will be available starting Feb. 9th, 2022.

Requesting Your Absentee Ballot

Option 1:
Request your ballot be mailed to your residence via phone, email, or using My Voter Page.

Please make your request as early as possible to ensure the ballot has ample time to get back to us by Election day.

The last day to request a ballot be mailed out is Feb. 24th.

Option 2:
Pickup your ballot during office hours and take it home with you.

You do not need to make an appointment to come in to pick up your ballot.

Note: You can only pick up your OWN ballot. You cannot by law pick up a ballot for anyone other than yourself. During pickup you may request a ballot for family members, and we will mail it to them.

Option 3:
Vote your ballot at the Town Office during office hours. Please note the last day to vote early in the Town Office is Feb. 28th.

Returning Your Absentee Ballot

Completed absentee ballots may be returned using any of the following methods:

  • USPS.
  • Town Office dropbox.
  • Submitted to Town Clerk or Asst Clerk during office hours.
  • Submitted to to an Election Official on Election Day up until the polls close at 7:00PM.

Request Assistance

Contact the Town Clerk:

Elizabeth Reighley
(802) 326-4719 ext. 202

Mon 9-6
Tues/Wed/Thurs 9-3
Fri 9-1