Due to construction, public access to the City of Burlington Land Records vault will be extremely limited on Monday, July 22 and Tuesday, July 23. Records can be accessed online by visiting: https://i2f.uslandrecords.com/VT/Burlington/D/Default.aspx
If you need immediate access to records not available online, please contact the Clerk/Treasurer’s Office Customer Service at (802) 865-7000, option 1, then option 0.


Ending Homelessness

The Chittenden County Homeless Alliance is a coalition of individuals, organizations, and government who support our vision of a safe, decent, affordable, stable home for every person and family in Chittenden County.  Our mission is to end homelessness in Chittenden County by being a forum for gathering information, building consensus, coordinating efforts, and advocating the end of homelessness through prevention, early intervention, and remediation. 

The City is currently the Collaborative Applicant with the local Continuum of Care (Homeless Alliance)  and administers the annual Notice of Funding Availability Application for the Continuum.  HUD recently released the Notice of Funding Availability and for more information you can read the notice here.

The Chittenden County Homeless Alliance is one of two CoC’s in Vermont.The Chittenden County Homeless Alliance Steering Committee is the primary decision-making body for the CCHA and the Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO) acts as the Collaborative Applicant to submit the Consolidated Application on behalf of the CoC, the CoC Planning application, and a priority Listing of all projects ranked in the Chittenden CoC.

Chittenden County Homeless Alliance has posted the following final documents as part of their Consolidated Application. This includes the CoC application and attachments and the Priority Listing of all reviewed and ranked projects. No projects were rejected. The Consolidated application was due on September 28 and submitted on time. No public comments were received.