Jericho Corners

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Jericho Corners is one of the Town of Jericho's three village centers. is made up of a mix of several small–scale commercial uses, residential uses, and includes the Jericho Elementary School, U.S. Post Office, and the Jericho Town Hall, located along VT Route 15. Many neighborhoods are located here, with access off of VT Route 15 and Lee River Road. These neighborhoods generally are within easy walking distance to commercial and public uses within the Village. The village is on the National Register of Historic Places, listed as the Jericho Village Historic District. Click Here to learn more about this



Jericho Corners is one of the Town of Jericho's three village centers. is made up of a mix of several small–scale commercial uses, residential uses, and includes the Jericho Elementary School, U.S. Post Office, and the Jericho Town Hall, located along VT Route 15. Many neighborhoods are located here, with access off of VT Route 15 and Lee River Road. These neighborhoods generally are within easy walking distance to commercial and public uses within the Village. The village is on the National Register of Historic Places, listed as the Jericho Village Historic District. Click Here to learn more about this historic village.

The Planning Commission has embarked on a series of walking tours this summer through each of the village centers to learn more about each from fellow town residents. The Jericho Center walk occurred on Saturday June 5 and Riverside was on Saturday July 10.

The Jericho Corners walk was on Tuesday July 20. The walking tour will included a stop by Jericho Corners' own Lucy & Howe Brewery for a tour and sampling of their fine beers. Ideas gathered from the July 20 walk are posted here. Ideas gathered from the other walks are posted on their project pages.

This page is designed to help continue the conversation, started on the walk, about the unique character of Jericho Corners. We have enabled some interactive tools below to help us in this conversation.

This map shows the borders of the Jericho Corners, Village Center Zoning District. Click on the image to view in a larger format.


This map shows the same area, but with imagery. Click on the image to view in a larger format.
All three of Jericho's Village Centers are designated village centers through the State of Vermont and all are located within the Village Center Zoning District. Jericho Corners was the Jericho's first designated village center, designated in 2003. Click on this image to see the borders in a larger format.


The town has been discussing how each of the village centers are unique and perhaps should be considered differently when it comes to future development.

For example, the topography, current density, and lack of public sewer place constraints on future development in Jericho Corners. Additionally, any commercial use or residential growth should be modest in scope and should be compatible with the historic Village character and neighboring parcels.

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