Montgomery is known as Vermont's Covered Bridge Town. Its unique
geography required many bridges, and as recently as the 1940s there
were thirteen covered bridges within the town's limits. Today there are
covered bridges within
town limits, and one which straddles the town line with Enosburg, the
most of any town in the country.
Montgomery's heritage was firmly rooted in farming and the timber
industry. Today it is a diverse community with several farms, many
small businesses, artists, craftspeople, and a lively citizenry
comprised of a mix of full-time and vacation residents. It is an
all season recreation destination.
browse this web site you will see many of the things which make this
community such a great place to live. These top notch services and
facilities are the result of some selfless hard work by our citizens,
and town employees, and active participation in town government, civic
organizations, and school affairs.
the intent of this web site to improve communication between us, and to
promote even greater involvement in the community.