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The Town of St. Albans is participating with the City of St. Albans and the Town of Highgate on a food drive to support Martha’s Kitchen. We are collecting canned items and dry goods here at Town Hall. There is a large tote in the hallway, just outside the Town Clerk’s office for you to drop off your food donation.

Anyone wishing to participate can drop food items off at any of the drop off locations, or contact the St. Albans Police Department @ (802) 524-2166. ALL collected food items will be turned over to Martha’s Kitchen by December 24th.

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R. Mark Fenton is a public health, planning, and transportation consultant who visits communities all over the country to help them build environments, policies, and programs that help to create places where more people walk, bicycle, and take transit more of the time.

Mr. Fenton visited the Town of St. Albans late this summer do a walk audit of St. Albans Bay, Maquam Shore Road, and Route 7 North. As a result of his visit, Mr. Fenton provided three (3) summary reports of these areas outlining suggestions the Town can adopt to improve walkability and pedestrian safety. Please click on the documents below to view each summary.