About St. Albans
The Town of St. Albans is a picturesque community of roughly 6,500 people on the shores of Lake Champlain in Northwestern Vermont. St. Albans consists of 38,919 acres of land and portions of Lake Champlain and borders Georgia, Fairfax, Fairfield, Swanton and completely surrounds St. Albans City, which became its own municipality in 1902.
The Town of St. Albans was Chartered on August 17, 1763 by Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth as part of the New Hampshire grants. The Town is named after St. Albans, England. The Town of St. Albans has a rich history and over its 250 years has morphed as the economy and modes of transportation changed.
Today, the Town of St. Albans is one of the fastest growing communities in the State of Vermont and is home to some of Northwestern Vermont’s largest employers.