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Welcome from the Mayor


Welcome to Burlington. We are a celebrated and vibrant small city located on the eastern shoreline of Lake Champlain. Burlingtonians are diverse and forward-thinking, and surrounded by scenic beauty and recreational opportunities. We are steeped in arts and culture and are engaged in the growth of our economy. Whether you are living in Burlington, relocating here, planning a visit, or want to grow your business or bring it to Burlington, we are glad you have found us. Let us know how we can best serve you.

- Mayor Miro Weinberger

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‘Fines for Food’ Campaign is Back! DPW Parking Services works with Feeding Chittenden to Fight Food Insecurity
November 30, 2022
Burlington, VT – The City of Burlington is excited to announce its second annual ‘Fines for Food’ campaign to fight food insecurity. From November 25th through December 31st, 2022, the Department of Public Works’ Parking Services team will donate half of all overdue parking tickets paid to Feeding Chittenden – Vermont's largest emergency food provider. Last year, Parking Services donated nearly $40K to fight food insecurity. (see last year’s announcement, here; pic attached)
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Mayor Weinberger Statement on Successful Negotiation of City Contracts with AFSCME, BFFA, BPOA, and IBEW
November 28, 2022
Burlington, VT – Today, Mayor Miro Weinberger and Burlington Fire Fighters Association (BFFA) leaders signed a new three-year contract. With the BFFA contract, the Administration completes a twelve-contract run without arbitration over three rounds of bargaining with the City’s four unions; the American Federation of State, County, Municipal, Employees (AFSCME), Burlington Fire Fighters Association (BFFA), Burlington Police Officers’ Association (BPOA), and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW).
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Mayor Weinberger Statement on Mass Shootings in Colorado Springs, CO and Chesapeake, VA
November 23, 2022
Burlington, VT – Today, Mayor Miro Weinberger made the following statement:
“During a week when we should all have the opportunity to gather with loved ones and celebrate the uniquely American holiday of Thanksgiving, we are once again confronted with the horror of the uniquely American scourge of mass shootings.
Burlington condemns these killings in the strongest possible terms and offers strength and solidarity to the grieving communities of Colorado Springs, CO, and Chesapeake, VA.
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Mayor Weinberger and UVM Celebrate Completion of the University Place Street Improvements
November 21, 2022
Burlington, VT – Today, Mayor Miro Weinberger and University of Vermont (UVM) President Suresh Garimella announced and celebrated the completion of the University Place street improvements. The City of Burlington and UVM collaborated on the project to make the central location safer for all people including pedestrians, bicyclists, and other active transportation users.
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