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Information and links to a myriad of resources offered in the community and region.


See below for information and links to a myriad of resources offered in the community and region.

Age Well

Age Well is the leading experts and advocates for the aging population of Northwestern Vermont. We believe that health happens at home and focus on lifestyle, happiness and wellness—not on age.

Their mission is to provide the support and guidance that inspires our community to embrace aging with confidence.

They provide services to individuals 60+ and their caregivers, regardless of financial status. Discover all that we have to offer and let us help you age well. Call their Helpline: (800) 642-5119.

The Chittenden East Youth Football Association, or CEYFA, is a Vermont not-for-profit organization founded for the purpose of promoting youth football, and operates a youth football program for Chittenden East area youth. Players that are eligible reside in the Towns of; Jericho, Underhill, Richmond, Westford, Bolton and Huntington. CEYFA is a member of the Northern Vermont Football League (NVYFL), an organization of 16 youth football teams from various towns in northern Vermont. NVYFL is a well-established and organized league with a governing board of directors and cooperative involvement of all team coaches. The league has a tradition of enthusiastic competition between youth teams, and offers an excellent venue for young athletes to experience football in an organized, safe environment.

For more information, please call Joe Gay; CEYFA President (802) 236-5973

Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission

The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) is one of eleven commissions serving Vermont municipalities. CCRPC operates under the Vermont Municipal and Regional Planning and Development Act (Title 24, Chapter 117, V.S.A.), conducts metropolitan transportation planning pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 134, and its adopted bylaws. By definition, a “region” consists of a group of contiguous municipalities which “constitute a logical geographic and coherent socio-economic planning area.” All municipalities, by law, are members of the Regional Commission, however active participation is voluntary.

Feeding Chittenden-formerly known as Chittenden Emergency Foodshelf

The Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf works to alleviate hunger by feeding people and cultivating opportunities. As the largest direct service emergency food provider in Vermont, CEFS serves over 12,000 people each year.

Chittenden Unit for Special Investigation

The Chittenden Unit for Special Investigations (CUSI) is a multi-agency task force providing criminal investigative services in response to reports of sexual assault, other serious sexual offenses and serious child abuse and neglect. As a collaborative unit, CUSI works in conjunction with the towns and local police agencies within the borders of Chittenden County, as well as with prosecutorial entities, medical experts, the Department for Children and Families, and Victim’s Advocate groups to better investigate, prosecute, and intervene in situations of abuse. CUSI operates on a referral process, and receives reports of sexual offenses or serious child abuse and neglect from partners throughout the state. In promoting professional collaboration among law enforcement agencies and victim care providers, CUSI prioritizes the multi-faceted needs of a child or adult victim. Within the community, CUSI promotes education, advocacy and awareness regarding the prevention of abuse at all levels. The Unit strives to perform its mission lawfully and with intelligence, dedication, fairness, compassion, and competence while insuring special sensitivity to the needs of victims.

Chittenden Solid Waste District

CSWD provides information and educational tools to help community members learn how to best manage their solid waste needs.

Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS)

COTS provides emergency shelter, services, and housing for people who are homeless or marginally housed in Vermont.


Cub Scout Packs

Cub Scouting offers a family oriented program for boys and girls in grades 1-5 that combines fun with educational activities and lifelong values. In Cub Scouting, boys learn ideals like honesty, bravery, and respect. These values help boys make constructive decisions throughout their lifetimes and give them the confidence they need to grow and develop. In addition to traditional scouting advancement, there are also opportunities for Scouts to earn recognition awards for studies in their respective faith plus extra-curricular interests in sports and academics such as baseball, soccer, skiing, astronomy, computers, math and music.

Cub Scout Pack 621 serves Jericho boys and girls attending Jericho Elementary School.
Cub Scout Pack 620 serves Jericho boys and girls attending Underhill ID.

Deborah Rawson Memorial Library

The local Jericho-Underhill library.

Green Mountain Transit Service

GMT is a regional transit authority that serves Jericho via the Jerffersonville Commuter route.

Good Shepherd Preschool

The Good Shepherd Preschool is a licensed, nonprofit program offering classes for children ages 3-5. The program was established in 1973, based on the belief that it should reflect the highest of values, the best of care, and the most comprehensive of approaches to child education and development. Children learn and benefit through a thematic instructional approach using fun and different themes each month. Learning centers are set up through out including blocks, home living, dramatic play, library, listening area with books on tape, construction, creativity/writing table, sensory play in water/sand and much more.

273 Vermont Route 15

(802) 899-3989

Jericho Community Center

The Community Center in Jericho hopes to enhance the sense of community among residents of Jericho and neighboring towns by providing a setting for a variety of group activities and by hosting events that strengthen a sense of belonging to, caring about and enjoying where we live.

Jericho Foothills Development/Fire District #1

A link to the Foothills Homeowners' Association website.

Jericho Farmers Market

Serving the greater Jericho-Underhill community, we are an agricultural-based producers market. Buy directly from the farmer or producer of the product! May - October on Thursday Afternoons, 3-6:30. Mills Riverside Park, Rt 15, Jericho VT.

Jericho Historical Society

Holding on to the past, for all of us to enjoy - take a look!

Jericho Town Library

We are excited to launch a fresh, new website! We implemented some important changes in design and functionality that will improve research and accessibility. In addition to a new look and feel, the site improves navigation to Library Services as well as provides useful information on Hours, Programs, Events Calendar and News. Please join us at www.jerichotownlibraryvt.org to see the transformation. Let us know what you think!

Jericho-Underhill Land Trust

Check out this website to become informed of the JULT's mission, goals and activities! See under JULT's web site Events and News for their Annual Celebration: Farming and Land Trust.

Jericho-Underhill Park District

JUPD manages Mills Riverside Park, which is located off VT Rte. 15. The Park property lies in both Jericho and Underhill.

Jericho-Underhill Water District

This shared water district serves residents of the Riverside area of Jericho.

Browns River Little League

Browns River Little League is proud to offer recreational little league baseball for kids ages 4-12 in Jericho & Underhill from April to June. Check in here often for news, registration info, and more! Registration typically begins March 1!

Mountain Gazette

The Mountain Gazette is the newspaper that keeps you up to date on all the local news.

Mount Mansfield Community Television, Inc. (MMCVT)

MCTV is the community access station on Comcast Cable Channel 15. We reach Richmond, Jericho, Underhill, and a small part of Essex.

Based in Richmond, MMCTV provides ultra-local programming –including key local government meetings – by our staff and local producers 24/7. We primarily air our own programs and those of other PEG (Public, Educational, Government) access channels in Vermont and the country. We also provide training and equipment to individuals, schools and nonprofits in our area to produce shows to air on our station.

Mount Mansfield Modified Union School District

A great way to find out what's happening at our local schools.

Browns River Middle School

Jericho Elementary School

Mt. Mansfield Union High School

Underhill ID Elementary School


Saxon Hill Pre-School

SHS is a parent-cooperative preschool offering three NAEYC accredited programs, including kindergarten, for children ages 3 to 6. Our school is inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy and is a unique and wonderful place for young children and their families. Saxon Hill is located in Jericho, Vermont where it has been serving Jericho and the surrounding communities since 1964.

Steps to End Domestic Violence

Steps to End Domestic Violence (previously known as Women Helping Battered Women) address the needs of those affected by domestic violence in Chittenden County.

Our mission is to assist in the transition to a safe, independent life for all those who have been affected physically, sexually, emotionally, or economically by domestic abuse and to promote a culture that fosters justice, equity and safety.

Transition Town Jericho

Transition Town Jericho is a citizen’s group that supports grassroots projects through community education and networking. Started in 2016, monthly talks cover a variety of topics, i.e. permaculture, conservation, homesteading and countless others! Currently overseeing a presentation series and Inner Transitions book group.

Underhill-Jericho Fire Department

Our local fire department - its history, members, events, training, etc. - it's all included on their webpage!

Underhill, Town of

Our neighbor to the north east.

Vermont State Government

Information about Vermont's programs and services, and a portal to counties and other local governments throughout the state.

Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley

"No two snowflakes are alike" and he proved it! Visit this site to find out more about this man from Jericho and his work in snow crystal photography.

Winooski Valley Park District

The Winooski Valley Park District provides residents in the Chittenden County area with large natural areas for outdoor recreation and education.

Vermont Cares

Vermont CARES works for and with Vermonters affected by HIV/AIDS to promote well being through a continuum of prevention, support, and advocacy services.

Vermont Center for Independent Living

The Vermont Center for Independent Living, a nonprofit organization directed and staffed by individuals with disabilities, works to promote the dignity, independence and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities. Like other independent living centers across the country, VCIL is committed to cross-disability services, the promotion of active citizenship and working with others to create services that support self-determination and full participation in community life.

Vermont Veterans Home

Many Vermont Veterans or Veterans in the surrounding tri-state area, do not know that a residential facility for Veterans exists in Vermont, nor are they aware of the programs and care that are provided for service men and women and their spouses.

UVM Health Network-Home, Health & Hospice-formerly known as Visiting Nurses Association

The member agencies of the VNAs of Vermont provide a full range of high quality, low cost home health and hospice services to the people of Vermont. Each member is committed to universal access to medically necessary, cost-effective, home health and hospice services throughout the state; local community governance, involvement and accountability; promotion of client self-determination and independence; and high standards of quality performance and continuous quality improvement.


See below for information and links to a myriad of resources offered in the community and region.

Age Well

Age Well is the leading experts and advocates for the aging population of Northwestern Vermont. We believe that health happens at home and focus on lifestyle, happiness and wellness—not on age.

Their mission is to provide the support and guidance that inspires our community to embrace aging with confidence.

They provide services to individuals 60+ and their caregivers, regardless of financial status. Discover all that we have to offer and let us help you age well. Call their Helpline: (800) 642-5119.

The Chittenden East Youth Football Association, or CEYFA, is a Vermont not-for-profit organization founded for the purpose of promoting youth football, and operates a youth football program for Chittenden East area youth. Players that are eligible reside in the Towns of; Jericho, Underhill, Richmond, Westford, Bolton and Huntington. CEYFA is a member of the Northern Vermont Football League (NVYFL), an organization of 16 youth football teams from various towns in northern Vermont. NVYFL is a well-established and organized league with a governing board of directors and cooperative involvement of all team coaches. The league has a tradition of enthusiastic competition between youth teams, and offers an excellent venue for young athletes to experience football in an organized, safe environment.

For more information, please call Joe Gay; CEYFA President (802) 236-5973

Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission

The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) is one of eleven commissions serving Vermont municipalities. CCRPC operates under the Vermont Municipal and Regional Planning and Development Act (Title 24, Chapter 117, V.S.A.), conducts metropolitan transportation planning pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 134, and its adopted bylaws. By definition, a “region” consists of a group of contiguous municipalities which “constitute a logical geographic and coherent socio-economic planning area.” All municipalities, by law, are members of the Regional Commission, however active participation is voluntary.

Feeding Chittenden-formerly known as Chittenden Emergency Foodshelf

The Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf works to alleviate hunger by feeding people and cultivating opportunities. As the largest direct service emergency food provider in Vermont, CEFS serves over 12,000 people each year.

Chittenden Unit for Special Investigation

The Chittenden Unit for Special Investigations (CUSI) is a multi-agency task force providing criminal investigative services in response to reports of sexual assault, other serious sexual offenses and serious child abuse and neglect. As a collaborative unit, CUSI works in conjunction with the towns and local police agencies within the borders of Chittenden County, as well as with prosecutorial entities, medical experts, the Department for Children and Families, and Victim’s Advocate groups to better investigate, prosecute, and intervene in situations of abuse. CUSI operates on a referral process, and receives reports of sexual offenses or serious child abuse and neglect from partners throughout the state. In promoting professional collaboration among law enforcement agencies and victim care providers, CUSI prioritizes the multi-faceted needs of a child or adult victim. Within the community, CUSI promotes education, advocacy and awareness regarding the prevention of abuse at all levels. The Unit strives to perform its mission lawfully and with intelligence, dedication, fairness, compassion, and competence while insuring special sensitivity to the needs of victims.

Chittenden Solid Waste District

CSWD provides information and educational tools to help community members learn how to best manage their solid waste needs.

Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS)

COTS provides emergency shelter, services, and housing for people who are homeless or marginally housed in Vermont.


Cub Scout Packs

Cub Scouting offers a family oriented program for boys and girls in grades 1-5 that combines fun with educational activities and lifelong values. In Cub Scouting, boys learn ideals like honesty, bravery, and respect. These values help boys make constructive decisions throughout their lifetimes and give them the confidence they need to grow and develop. In addition to traditional scouting advancement, there are also opportunities for Scouts to earn recognition awards for studies in their respective faith plus extra-curricular interests in sports and academics such as baseball, soccer, skiing, astronomy, computers, math and music.

Cub Scout Pack 621 serves Jericho boys and girls attending Jericho Elementary School.
Cub Scout Pack 620 serves Jericho boys and girls attending Underhill ID.

Deborah Rawson Memorial Library

The local Jericho-Underhill library.

Green Mountain Transit Service

GMT is a regional transit authority that serves Jericho via the Jerffersonville Commuter route.

Good Shepherd Preschool

The Good Shepherd Preschool is a licensed, nonprofit program offering classes for children ages 3-5. The program was established in 1973, based on the belief that it should reflect the highest of values, the best of care, and the most comprehensive of approaches to child education and development. Children learn and benefit through a thematic instructional approach using fun and different themes each month. Learning centers are set up through out including blocks, home living, dramatic play, library, listening area with books on tape, construction, creativity/writing table, sensory play in water/sand and much more.

273 Vermont Route 15

(802) 899-3989

Jericho Community Center

The Community Center in Jericho hopes to enhance the sense of community among residents of Jericho and neighboring towns by providing a setting for a variety of group activities and by hosting events that strengthen a sense of belonging to, caring about and enjoying where we live.

Jericho Foothills Development/Fire District #1

A link to the Foothills Homeowners' Association website.

Jericho Farmers Market

Serving the greater Jericho-Underhill community, we are an agricultural-based producers market. Buy directly from the farmer or producer of the product! May - October on Thursday Afternoons, 3-6:30. Mills Riverside Park, Rt 15, Jericho VT.

Jericho Historical Society

Holding on to the past, for all of us to enjoy - take a look!

Jericho Town Library

We are excited to launch a fresh, new website! We implemented some important changes in design and functionality that will improve research and accessibility. In addition to a new look and feel, the site improves navigation to Library Services as well as provides useful information on Hours, Programs, Events Calendar and News. Please join us at www.jerichotownlibraryvt.org to see the transformation. Let us know what you think!

Jericho-Underhill Land Trust

Check out this website to become informed of the JULT's mission, goals and activities! See under JULT's web site Events and News for their Annual Celebration: Farming and Land Trust.

Jericho-Underhill Park District

JUPD manages Mills Riverside Park, which is located off VT Rte. 15. The Park property lies in both Jericho and Underhill.

Jericho-Underhill Water District

This shared water district serves residents of the Riverside area of Jericho.

Browns River Little League

Browns River Little League is proud to offer recreational little league baseball for kids ages 4-12 in Jericho & Underhill from April to June. Check in here often for news, registration info, and more! Registration typically begins March 1!

Mountain Gazette

The Mountain Gazette is the newspaper that keeps you up to date on all the local news.

Mount Mansfield Community Television, Inc. (MMCVT)

MCTV is the community access station on Comcast Cable Channel 15. We reach Richmond, Jericho, Underhill, and a small part of Essex.

Based in Richmond, MMCTV provides ultra-local programming –including key local government meetings – by our staff and local producers 24/7. We primarily air our own programs and those of other PEG (Public, Educational, Government) access channels in Vermont and the country. We also provide training and equipment to individuals, schools and nonprofits in our area to produce shows to air on our station.

Mount Mansfield Modified Union School District

A great way to find out what's happening at our local schools.

Browns River Middle School

Jericho Elementary School

Mt. Mansfield Union High School

Underhill ID Elementary School


Saxon Hill Pre-School

SHS is a parent-cooperative preschool offering three NAEYC accredited programs, including kindergarten, for children ages 3 to 6. Our school is inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy and is a unique and wonderful place for young children and their families. Saxon Hill is located in Jericho, Vermont where it has been serving Jericho and the surrounding communities since 1964.

Steps to End Domestic Violence

Steps to End Domestic Violence (previously known as Women Helping Battered Women) address the needs of those affected by domestic violence in Chittenden County.

Our mission is to assist in the transition to a safe, independent life for all those who have been affected physically, sexually, emotionally, or economically by domestic abuse and to promote a culture that fosters justice, equity and safety.

Transition Town Jericho

Transition Town Jericho is a citizen’s group that supports grassroots projects through community education and networking. Started in 2016, monthly talks cover a variety of topics, i.e. permaculture, conservation, homesteading and countless others! Currently overseeing a presentation series and Inner Transitions book group.

Underhill-Jericho Fire Department

Our local fire department - its history, members, events, training, etc. - it's all included on their webpage!

Underhill, Town of

Our neighbor to the north east.

Vermont State Government

Information about Vermont's programs and services, and a portal to counties and other local governments throughout the state.

Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley

"No two snowflakes are alike" and he proved it! Visit this site to find out more about this man from Jericho and his work in snow crystal photography.

Winooski Valley Park District

The Winooski Valley Park District provides residents in the Chittenden County area with large natural areas for outdoor recreation and education.

Vermont Cares

Vermont CARES works for and with Vermonters affected by HIV/AIDS to promote well being through a continuum of prevention, support, and advocacy services.

Vermont Center for Independent Living

The Vermont Center for Independent Living, a nonprofit organization directed and staffed by individuals with disabilities, works to promote the dignity, independence and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities. Like other independent living centers across the country, VCIL is committed to cross-disability services, the promotion of active citizenship and working with others to create services that support self-determination and full participation in community life.

Vermont Veterans Home

Many Vermont Veterans or Veterans in the surrounding tri-state area, do not know that a residential facility for Veterans exists in Vermont, nor are they aware of the programs and care that are provided for service men and women and their spouses.

UVM Health Network-Home, Health & Hospice-formerly known as Visiting Nurses Association

The member agencies of the VNAs of Vermont provide a full range of high quality, low cost home health and hospice services to the people of Vermont. Each member is committed to universal access to medically necessary, cost-effective, home health and hospice services throughout the state; local community governance, involvement and accountability; promotion of client self-determination and independence; and high standards of quality performance and continuous quality improvement.