Construction on the renovation of the Danville Train Station has started!
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Construction has started!  Fall 2023 the site work for the train station renovation began.  When the renovation is complete, the Danville Train Station will serve as a trailhead for the LVRT, complete with accessible bathrooms, water refill station, historic displays, and other amenities.

Partial List of Milestones Achieved to Date:

  • Awarded a $99,500 Vermont Downtown Transportation Fund grant to fund Phase II of restoration efforts including a restored trail side platform and canopy. This financing tool which assists municipalities in paying for transportation-related capital improvements within or serving a Designated Downtown and eligible Designated Village Centers.
  • Awarded a Vermont Outdoor Recreation Economic Collaborative (VOREC) grant for $97,650 to help establish the train station as a recreation hub.  The funds will allow for ADA compliant restrooms, parking, and an interactive kiosk encouraging visitors to explore local businesses and attractions.
  •  Awarded a Sincerbeaux $250 grant to complete a structural assessment
  • Train Station is added to the State Register of Historic Places and deemed eligible for the National Register
  • Vermont Housing & Conservation Board awards $75,000 for stabilization of the building
  • Green Mountain Power lends its support to the revitalization effort and makes a contribution
  • Celebration of the Station’s 150th birthday brings over 100 people to the station
  • Department of Historic Preservation grant award of $20,000 for preservation of historic architectural elements
  • A $22,000 Municipal Planning Grant was awarded to support architectural and engineering work

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