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Town of Westminster

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Westminster is a charming town located in Windham County, Vermont, United States. It is nestled on the banks of the Connecticut River, about 25 miles north of Vermont’s southern border. The town consists of three village areas: Westminster Village, North Westminster, and Westminster West, separated by rolling hills, farms, and forests. The population was 3,016 at the 2020 census. Westminster is Vermont’s oldest existing town and was chartered in 1735 by the Province of Massachusetts Bay. It was also the first capital of the Republic of Vermont. Today, Westminster is a lovely rural community of about 3,200 residents, tucked between the other small towns of Putney to the south, Townshend to the west, and Rockingham to the north.

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Town of Westminster
3651 U.S. Route 5
Westmister, VT 05158