News and Upcoming Events in Orange:

Job Opening:  Road Crew

Come join our awesome team of employees in town and be a road crew member!

The Town of Orange is seeking a road crew member to join our team! The job entails maintaining the roads in Orange in all seasons, keep equipment in running order, tree cutting, maintaining roadside ditches and culverts, working as a heavy machine operator using a front end loader, grader, snowplow etc. This is just a sample of some of the things the road crew does. Minimum of a Class B CDL, clean driving record and must have the ability to pass drug and alcohol testing. Must be available to be on call for storm call out or other weather related emergencies. Please stop by the Orange Town Clerk’s Office and pick up or fill out a job application M-F 8a-12p and 1p-4p and Thursdays till 6pm.

 

 

The Town Clerk’s Office will be closed for training on April 30th for offsite training

Green Up Day

Green Up Day 2019 is being held May 4, 2019 from 8:00am-12:00pm.. Come and join your neighbors and clean up Orange. You can stop by the Town Office before Green Up Day and get bags or get them on the day. We will meet at the Town Office at 8:00am and disperse to clean up Orange then return your trash to the Town Garage on Richardson Road. Want more information? Call us at the Town Office or follow this link to Green Up Vermont: http://greenupvermont.org

 


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The Town of Orange was chartered August 11, 1781.  Located in the N.W. Corner of Orange County, the town is bounded S. by Washington and Corinth; E. by Topsham, N. by Groton, Harris & Goshen Gores and Plainfield, and W. by Barre.

Orange was “largely a farming town,” when the “top population was reached in 1830 with about 1000 people and over 5000 sheep grazing on the hillsides.”  The population in the 2000 census was 951.  The tallest peaks in town are Knox Mt. and Butterfield Mt. both over 3000 feet tall.  It was assumed that both mountains were named after the early settlers living in town.

Sources:  “Vermont Historical Gazetteer” published by Miss A. M. Hemenway;  “Vermont Place-Names” author Esther Munroe Swift.

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