Development Review Board

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The DRB meets when needed on the second & fourth

WEDNESDAYS at 7:00 pm


The DRB holds a "hybrid" remote and in person meeting format.


The Development Review Board is primarily responsible for reviewing development proposals, which include conditional uses, site plans, subdivisions, appeals of administrative decisions, and requests for waivers and variances.


Applications and checklists for the DRB are available to view and download on the Town Documents page under Zoning/Development Applications.


Planning and Zoning Documents, such as the Land Use Regulations, Zoning Map, the Town Plan and Public Works Specs are available to view and download



The DRB meets when needed on the second & fourth

WEDNESDAYS at 7:00 pm


The DRB holds a "hybrid" remote and in person meeting format.


The Development Review Board is primarily responsible for reviewing development proposals, which include conditional uses, site plans, subdivisions, appeals of administrative decisions, and requests for waivers and variances.


Applications and checklists for the DRB are available to view and download on the Town Documents page under Zoning/Development Applications.


Planning and Zoning Documents, such as the Land Use Regulations, Zoning Map, the Town Plan and Public Works Specs are available to view and download on the Town Documents page under Planning and Zoning Documents.


Minutes of DRB meetings are posted online once approved. The Minutes from 2018 to present are posted on this web page. Copies of all previous Minutes are available in the Town Clerks office. Agendas will be posted as hearing applications are approved.


Warnings for the Development Review Board are publicly posted at least 15 days prior to the hearing; we will add them to the website as close to that timeline as possible.

Warnings will be posted on or at the following: the Jericho Post Office, the Jericho Market, the Jericho Town Hall, on this web page and on the project site.


  • 275 Browns Trace

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    At a meeting of the Jericho Development Review Board held on May 26, 2021, the Board heard a request by the Underhill Jericho Fire Department to amend a previously approved Conditional Use Review. This property is located at 275 Brown Trace which is in the Low-Density Residential Zoning District.

    After review the Board voted to approve the request. To view all of the application materials, CLICK HERE.

  • 63 Browns Trace

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    At a meeting of the Jericho Development Review Board held on May 12, 2021, the Board heard a request for a two-lot subdivision from Robin & Patricia Bartlett. This property is located at 63 Browns Trace which is in the Low-Density Residential Zoning District.

    After review, the Board voted to approve the Bartlett’s request. All of the application materials may be found by CLICKING HERE.

  • 4 Red Mill Drive

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    At a meeting of the Jericho Development Review Board held on March 10 & 24, 2021, the Board heard a request by Brad Faucher (the Jericho Historical Society)for conditional use and site plan review to establish a retail ice cream shop within the Red Mill. This property is located at 4 Red Mill Drive which is in the Village Center Zoning District.

    After review the Board voted to approve the request. To view the complete application materials associated with this application, CLICK HERE.

  • 55-57 VT RT 15 PUD

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    At a meeting of the Jericho Development Review Board held on March 10 & 24, 2021, the Board heard a request by Cara Simoneau, Gena Braman and Cody Philips to amend a previous approval. The property is located at 55-57 VT Route 15 in the Village Center Zoning Districts.

    After review of the application, the Board unanimously voted to approve the request. To view the complete application materials, CLICK HERE.


    At a meeting of the Jericho Development Review Board held on August 28, 2019, the Board heard a request by Steven and Katrina Pomarico for a residential PUD (4 lots). The property is located at 55-57 VT Route 15 in the Village Center Zoning Districts.

    After review of the application, the Board unanimously voted to approve the Pomarico’s request. The complete application materials may be seen by CLICKING HERE.


    On June 12, 2019 the DRB heard a Sketch Plan for this application. The application materials may be viewed by CLICKING HERE.

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  • 21 Cilley Hill Road

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    On March 24, 2021 the DRB heard a Sketch Plan application, from the applicant, Tobias Brown, for a 9-unit Planned Unit Development (PUD). The property is located at 21 Cilley Hill Road, which is located in the Village Center zoning district and the River Overlay district. CLICK HERE to view the Sketch Plan information.

  • 73 Ethan Allen Road

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    At a meeting of the Jericho Development Review Board held on March 10, 2021, the Board heard a request by Robert Shea for a two-lot minor subdivision. The property is located at 73 Ethan Allen Road which is located in the Low-Density Residential Zoning District.

    After review the Board voted to approve Mr. Shea’s request. To view all of the application materials, CLICK HERE.


    On February 24, 2021, the DRB heard a the Sketch Plan application. CLICK HERE to view the Sketch Plan Materials.

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  • 316 VT Route 15 PUD

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    At meetings of the Jericho Development Review Board held on March 10, 2021 and December 9, 2020, the Board heard a preliminary plat request by Lee and Brenda Charron for a 9 lot PUD subdivision. This property is located at 316 VT Route 15 in the Forestry Zoning District.

    After review of the applicant’s request, the Board voted to approve the preliminary plat request. To view all of the 2021-2020 Preliminary Plan materials, CLICK HERE.


    On July 22, 2020, the DRB heard a Sketch Plan for this application. To view all of these 2002 Sketch Plan Materials, CLICK HERE. (Note that this Sketch Plan application proposes a different PUD than approved as in Primary in 2018 below)


    At a meeting of the Jericho Development Review Board held on September 13, 2018 and December 13, 2018, the Board heard a preliminary plat request by Lee and Brenda Charron, for a 13 lot PUD subdivision. This property is located at 316 VT Route 15 in the Forestry Zoning District.

    After review of the applicant’s request, the Board voted to approve the preliminary plat request. To view all of the Preliminary Plan Materials from 2018, CLICK HERE.


    On July 22, 2017 the DRB heard the Sketch plan for this application. To view all of these 2017 Sketch Plan Materials, CLICK HERE.

  • 83 Browns Trace

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    At a meeting of the Jericho Development Review Board held on March 10, 2021, the Board heard a request by Randall and Christal Clark for a two-lot minor subdivision. The property is located at 83 Browns Trace which is located in the Low-Density Residential Zoning District.

    After review the Board voted to approve the request. To view all of the application materials, CLICK HERE.

  • 177 Browns Trace Boundary Line Adjustment/Minor Subdivision

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    At a meeting of the Jericho Development Review Board held on December 9, 2020, the Board heard a request, by Ivan, Leon, Kevin and Wayne Hendee for a two-lot minor subdivision and boundary line adjustment. The properties are located at 161, 173, 177 Browns Trace and 3 Morgan Road which all are in the Low Density Residential Zoning District. After review the Board voted to approve the Hendee's your request.

    • To view the complete Final application materials, CLICK HERE.
    • To view the complete Sketch application materials, CLICK HERE.
  • 359 Browns Trace Subdivision

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    The DRB held a Sketch plan review on October 28 for an application for Matt Wheeler and Regina Limoge for a 2-lot subdivision for an approximately 1.69 acre parcel located at 359 Browns Trace in the Village Center District.

    The existing parcel at 359 Browns Trace Road is approximately 1.69 acres and is Lot #1 of a previous 3-Lot subdivision approved in State permit EC-4-0564. The parcel is currently occupied by an existing 4-bedroom single family home. The existing homes on Lot #1 and Lot #2 are served by individual drilled wells and a shared sewage disposal system located on Lot #3 (Permitted in State permit WW-4-0987). This proposal is for the subdivision of Lot #1 into two lots. Proposed "Lot 1" will be 1.1 acres and will retain the existing single family home. Proposed "Lot 1A" will be 0.59 acres and will be the site of a new 3-bedroom single family home. Wastewater from the new single family home will be handled by the existing shared sewage disposal system on Lot #3 which has adequate capacity for the additional flow. The new home will also be served by a new individual drilled well and access will be provided by extending the driveway serving the existing home.

    The following materials are associated with this application:

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