The Clerk/Treasurer’s office will be closing at 1pm on Monday, March 2nd for election preparation and early voting will end at that time.
Voted ballots may be dropped off at City Hall until 4:30pm on Monday, March 2nd
All City Offices will be Closed on Tuesday for the Annual City & Statewide Primary Elections; Recycling will be picked up
Voting on Tuesday, March 3 will take place at your polling place from 7am to 7pm. Visit https://www.burlingtonvt.gov/ct/elections for more information.

 
Department of Planning & Zoning

Historic Sites and Structures Surveys

Burlington Historic Sites and Structures Surveys: A listing of historic resources that have been surveyed and are deemed to possess local significance. These are possible buildings that have been or will be nominated at some time for being on the National or Vermont State Register of Historic Places.

Burlington properties and districts that have had Historic Sites and Structure surveys completed are:

Resource Name or Street Address Surveyed
Pine Street

Roughly bounded by Pine St. from Maple to Howard, including parts of South Champlain, Battery, and Kilburn Streets, Marble Ave, Pine Place

Photographs

District Nomination Map

Presentation from October 2012

2009
Five Sisters

Roughly bounded by Howard St, Saint Paul St, Locust St and Locust Tce

See Map

2007
Prospect Park North and Middle

Roughly bounded by Main St, University Tce, South Prospect St, Ledge Road and South Willard St

See Map

2005
Prospect Park South and Strong Street

Roughly bounded by Ledge Rd, S. Prospect St, Prospect Parkway and Crescent Road.

All of Strong Street.

See Map of Prospect Park South

See Map of Strong Street

2006
Modern Architecture Citywide 2010

Lakeside Historic District (Boundary Increase)

128 Lakeside Avenue (including the Railway Tracks and Bridge)

2010