Office Hours
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday.  
While these are normal office hours, there are times when the Zoning Administrator is unavailable due to site visits.  It is always best to call and make an appointment if possible.

Town of St. Albans
Becky Perron, Zoning Administrator
P.O. Box 37
St. Albans Bay, VT 05481
802-524-7589, Ext. 103
b.perron@stalbanstown.com
www.stalbanstown.com

Members of the 2019 Development Review Board
Brent Brigham, Chair                        March 2022
Arthur Omartian, Vice Chair           March 2020
Bruce Thompson, Clerk                    March 2021
Mike McKennerney                           March 2022
Tom Stanhope                                    March 2020
Christina Boissoneault                     March 2020
Ashley Toof                                        March 2021
Jonathan Giroux, Alternate            March 2020

Forms are posted on this website for your convenience.  Please call if you have questions about which forms are required to be filled out. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR HAS 30 DAYS IN WHICH TO MAKE ANY PERMIT DECISIONS.  PLEASE APPLY EARLY.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan:
St Albans Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan – Adopted October 2018

Unified Development Bylaw Documents:
SA Town Unified Development Bylaws 2.4.19

Updated Fee Schedule- Effective 7/1/2019
Fee Schedule Effective 07-01-19

Street Names:
Street Name Application & Street Addressing Ordinance
Street Name Application

Zoning Map:
Zoning Map 2019

Additional Forms are here for your convenience:

DRB Forms-

801 WAIVER FOR LAND WITHOUT FRONTAGE
APPEAL OF THE ZA’S DECISION.docx
CONDITIONAL USE APPLICATION
FINAL PLAT REVIEW
CONDITIONAL USE APPLICATION
SITE PLAN APPLICATION
SKETCH PLAN REVIEW
VARIANCE REVIEW

Zoning Forms-

ADMINISTRATIVE 2 LOT SUBDIVISION
ADMINISTRATIVE BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENTAPPLICATION
BUILDING-ZONING PERMIT APPLICATION
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE APPLICATION
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE UPDATE APPLICATION
HOME OCCUPATION APPLICATION
ZONING COMPLAINT

The State of Vermont has passed the Lake Shoreland Protection Act that requires additional permitting through the state for properties within 250 feet of the mean water mark. Please click here for more information: https://stalbanstown.com/lake-shoreland-protection-act/ or contact the state by email at ANR.WSMDShoreland@state.vt.us.