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Final Village to Village Master Plan Complete

October 29, 2019

On October 17th, DuBois and King staff presented the final draft Village to Village Activity Center Master Plan to the Selectboard, members of the Steering Committee and the public.  The report includes a list of key action items that focus on maintain…

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Public Presentation of Draft Activity Center Master Plan

September 26, 2019

There are two scheduled presentations of the Draft Activity Center Master Plan where the public can come learn about the process and understand what the Plan proposes for the future. Joint Meeting of the V2V Steering Committee and Danville Planning Com…

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We Need Your Comments!

August 28, 2019

The first full draft of the Danville Village to Village Project’s “Activity Center Master Plan” is available for review.  This plan reflects data collected to date, review by state agencies (in particular the Agency of Transportation, which has jurisdi…

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Welcome to the online home of the Danville Village to Village Project!

The Village to Village project is a 14-month effort to develop a master plan for Danville that connects the community’s assets (such as Joe’s Pond, Danville Village, and local businesses) located along the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail (LVRT).  This project seeks to improve safety for those who use the trail through better connections, and to make the Danville segment of the LVRT one of the most exciting opportunities for outdoor activity in the state.  By connecting the trail with our community assets, we can build community and increase economic vitality.

This web site is the place to go to to keep up to date on project happenings, track project progress, view results, and be informed about opportunities for you to directly participate.   If you would like to be notified when there is new content on the site, please join our mailing list.

This project is funded by a Vermont Better Connections Grant through the Agency of Transportation and Agency of Commerce and Community Development.  For more information on the Better Connections Program, go to the Better Connections web page.