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Created by the Vermont Council on Rural Development, with the goal of constructing more resilient communities after the 2011 floods, the Vermont Digital Economy Project is a continuation and expansion of the work performed by e-Vermont. This Project will offer free support that will speed flood recovery, spur economic development and job growth, and improve community resilience to disasters. The project will deliver the following to small towns across Vermont:

In partnership with Vermont Digital Economy Project, The Snelling Center for Government is assisting flood-impacted towns to redevelop and, in some cases, implement first time websites. As part of an Economic Development Administration Disaster Relief Grant, we are working with towns to: create websites that will engage the community, enable greater efficiency, make government more accessible to its citizens, promote economic prosperity, and build resilient communication channels to citizens in times of emergency.

 Read Project Related News Here: 

How Towns Can Manage the New Open Meeting Law Changes

5 Tips for Creating a Successful Municipal Website

Richmond, VT’s New Town Website Warns Townspeople of Severe Flooding

New Website for 15 Towns 

Town of Mendon Launches New Website with help from Snelling Center