According to the Town of St. Albans Traffic Ordinance, Section 10.10, “Winter Parking, No person, during the period from November 1st of every year to April 20th of the following year shall park any vehicle within the limits of any public street of the Town where the parking of such vehicle interferes with the Town’s ability to plow, snow and/or remove ice and snow from the roadway.” To read the full ordinance, please go to our homepage and click on “Documents” and then “Ordinances/Policies.
The stump dump located on Brigham Road will be closed during the week until further notice. The dump will be open on Sunday’s only from 9am to 5pm for residents to drop off brush, yard clippings, etc.
The Town of St. Albans, Vermont is requesting Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) from consultants for assistance with developing five (5) 100% final designs, construction drawings, and final cost estimates for four (4) Ecosystem Restoration Program (ERP) projects and one (1) Clean Water Block Grant (CWBG) to address the requirements our MS4 Flow Restoration Plans (FRP) and water resource priorities. The Town is seeking a consultant or consultant team with broad and deep technical and planning expertise in stormwater and wet weather management. The procurement process for selection of the Consultant will follow the Town of St. Albans Purchasing Policy. We are not seeking a detailed scope of work or cost proposal at this time, however both will be requested once the most qualified firm or team is selected. The successful consultant or consultant team will be selected based upon their demonstrated ability to provide the highest qualified personnel to achieve the goals of the project’s and possible interview with a committee.
St. Albans has received approximately $125,000 in grant funding for the engineering and permitting phase of these projects from the VTDEC ERP and a CWBG. ERP and CWBG funding is limited to stormwater and wet-weather management aspects of these project. All consultants and or consultant teams must be familiar with the Vermont Clean Water Initiative requirements.