Welcome To Plymouth, Vermont
A close-knit community centered around the many opportunities for all-season outdoor recreation that the surrounding forests and mountains provide.
The Birthplace of Calvin Coolidge
As the birthplace of Calvin Coolidge, 30th President of the United States, Plymouth is a town steeped in history, natural splendor, and the unyielding resolve of its citizenry.
Plymouth, Vermont
Plymouth was originally founded as a mining and farming town, evidenced by the many stone walls, forges, and abandoned early homesteads still dotting the landscape today.
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Town Announcements & Recent Website Additions

Dial main number 802-672-3655

Town Clerk – Ext 1

Treasurer –  Ext 2

Listers – Ext 3

Short-Term Rental & E911 Address Signs – Ext 4

FEMA – Ext 5

Highway Garage – Ext 6

General Inquiries – Ext 7

We are happy to announce that you can access your property card & tax maps online.  VIEW MAPS & CARDS

You can now download this form to have your property taxes deducted from your bank account. Electronic Funds Transfer Form

JANUARY 16, 2023
Town of Plymouth


Nope! And no more waiting in long lines. Instead, we have opened a seasonal HHW Depot to offer ​a more convenient way to dispose of bathroom cleaners, nail polish remover, paint, insecticides, chemical fertilizers, gasoline, etc. MORE INFO

Town / Area Events

Town Office Hours

Monday –  Thursday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

We are back in the Municipal Building. Stop in and say hi and see all the work that has been done.
The Fire Department meeting room is getting a makeover too.
Season of Giving Holiday Party - December 19th 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm. Join us!!
$500.00 Home Heating Raffle. All proceeds go to Plymouth Emergency Services. Inquire at the Town Office for tickets. One for $5.00 or three for $10.00. Thank you!

A Special Place - Past & Present

Plymouth is a town in Windsor County, Vermont, United States. The population was 555 at the 2000 census. Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States was born in this town and is also buried here. The State of Vermont, Division for Historic Preservation owns and maintains the Coolidge Homestead and the village of Plymouth Notch.

Nestled in the foothills of Saltash Mountain in the southeast corner of Plymouth, is a hilly district known as Plymouth Kingdom. Now just a name to most people, it was once a thriving prosperous farming community. A community where the inhabitants farmed their rocky hillside farms from sunup to sundown.

We would appreciate your input.
• If you have comments or questions or notice an error
• If you would like to have content added
• If you have photos in and around Plymouth you’d like to contribute
• If you would like to have your Plymouth business listed under our Community Pages/Businesses

Please contact Angela at the Town Office, 802-672-3655, or email the Town Clerk at [email protected].

Places of Interest

Calvin Coolidge Homestead District

President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site

Camp Plymouth State Park

Rich in history from the birth of our nation up to present day.

Coolidge State Park

Calvin Coolidge State Forest was established in 1925.

Farm & Wilderness

The essence of our Vermont summer camps can be found in the Quaker values of simplicity, peacemaking, integrity, community, equity, and service.

Bethany Birches

Camp is where lifelong friends are made.

A Special Place

“There is no greater service that we can render the oppressed of the earth than to maintain inviolate the freedom of our own citizens.” — Calvin Coolidge

Meet The Staff

Town Clerk

Elaine Pauley

Elaine Pauley

Assistant Town Clerk/Treasurer

Margot Martell

Services Assistant

Mike Coleman

Chair of the Planning Commission / Lister

Michelle Pingree


Kirk Turner

Fire Chief

Rick Kaminski


Naomi Moyer



Comments? Questions? Interested in moving to the area?