Departments of the City of Burlington


  Airport (Patrick Leahy Burlington International Airport) 1200 Airport Drive, S. Burlington 05403 802-863-2874
  BTV is served by exceptional full-service and discount airlines. Elevate your travel experience by starting your getaway from Burlington, Vermont.  
  Assessor's Office City Hall 802-865-7114
  The Assessor’s Office function is to establish fair and accurate values of all taxable real estate and business personal property in Burlington.
  Attorney's Office City Hall 802-865-7121
  The City Attorney’s Office serves as in-house counsel to the City of Burlington as a municipal corporation.


  Burlington City Arts (BCA) 405 Pine St 802-865-7554
  We nurture the culture & arts of #BTV in our galleries, at events, in our studios, and classrooms.
  Business and Workforce Development 131 Church St  


  Church Street Marketplace 131 Church St, Suite 209-211 802-863-1648
  The Church Street Marketplace is a pedestrian mall in Burlington, VT that offers exciting events, street entertainment, fine dining and unique shopping.
  Clerk/Treasurer's Office City Hall 802-865-7000
  Finance, elections, public records, City Council proceedings, licensing, and the dissemination of public information
  Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO) City Hall 802-865-7144
  CEDO's mission is engaging our community to build a vibrant, healthy, and equitable City.
  Community Justice Center (CJC) 200 Church St 802-865-7155
  Our mission is to create opportunities with the community to address the effects of crime and conflict. We envision a safe and resilient community where everyone is supported when crime and conflict occur.


  Burlington Electric Department 585 Pine St 802-865-7300
  Burlington Electric Department is the municipal electric utility serving the City of Burlington and Burlington International Airport.


  Fire Department, Office of the Fire Chief 136 S. Winooski Ave 802-864-4554
  Protecting lives and property in America's most liveable City, the Burlington Fire Department provides fire protection, emergency medical services, technical rescue services, fire prevention, and public education programs.
  Fire Marshal's Office 132 North Ave 802-864-5577
  The office of the City Fire Marshal is responsible construction plan review, code compliance, fire safety education & fire investigation


  Board of Health 645 Pine St 802-863-0442
  Burlington’s City Council appoints a five member, citizen advisory group known as the Burlington Board of Health. Each member may serve unlimited, three-year terms at the discretion of the Council. A chairman of the board is elected at the discretion of its members.
  Human Resources 200 Church St, Suite 102 802-540-2505
  The mission of the City of Burlington Human Resources Department is to provide excellent HR services to attract, develop, motivate, retain and serve a diverse workforce within a supportive and culturally competent work environment.


  Innovation and Technology City Hall  
  Responsible for maintaining the City’s network, infrastructure, applications, and desktop computers.


  Lead Program City Hall 802-865-5523
  Burlington Lead Program (BLP) is a program within the Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO) which works to reduce lead hazards in Burlington and Winooski housing
  Fletcher Free Library 235 College St 802-836-3403
  Burlington's public library; located on the corner of College Street and South Winooski Avenue.


  Mayor's Office City Hall 802-865-7272
  Office of Mayor Miro Weinberger. Elected as Burlington's 42nd mayor on April 2, 2012.


  Parks, Recreation and Waterfront 645 Pine St 802-864-0123
  BPRW strives to connect diverse, dynamic public spaces and programs which grow, inspire and create inclusive social spaces through land, water and people.
  Permitting and Inspections 645 Pine St
  Responsible for issuing construction permits and inspections, zoning permits, conducting minimum housing inspections, zoning enforcement, vacant building enforcement as well as supporting the board of health
  Building & Trades Division 802-863-9094
  Housing Division 802-863-0442
  Zoning Division 802-865-7188
  City Planning City Hall  
  The Planning Office works collaboratively with all members of our community to articulate a vision for the future of Burlington, and works to implement this vision creating a vibrant and sustainable community for the benefit of both current and future generations
  Police Department One North Ave 802-658-2704
  Burlington Police Department is committed to policing with the citizens of Burlington to achieve a safe, healthy and self-reliant community.
  Public Works, Department of (DPW) 645 Pine St 802-863-9094
  The mission of DPW is to steward Burlington’s infrastructure and environment by delivering efficient, effective, and equitable public services


  Racial Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (REIB) City Hall 802-829-5799
  The City of Burlington's Racial Equity, Inclusion & Belonging Office focuses on promoting racial equity and inclusion throughout the City of Burlington both internally and externally through engagement, facilitation, and education.
  Retirement Administration City Hall 802-846-2489
  An office of Human Resource, Retirement Administration works with Retirees and the Retirement Board, which as defined by City Ordinance, is trustee of the funds of the retirement system


  Burlington School District 150 Colchester Ave 802-865-5332
  The mission of the Burlington School District is to ensure that all students achieve their highest intellectual and personal potential, and are prepared to contribute as global citizens in the 21st Century.


  Water Resources 235 Penny Lane 802-863-4501
  Burlington Water Resources is proud to provide many essential services that include the production of potable water, meter reading & repair, billing, water main installation & maintenance, hydrant care and collection and treatment of wastewater and stormwater.