Due to the COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) Pandemic, the Wells town offices still have a few rules in place. We are prepared to do as much business online, over the phone and via mail as we possibly can. We are still allowing appointments for researcher one at a time. Our land records are now on-line to help you with your research needs, we encourage you to use these for your research needs. If you need services like-Notary, marriage license, dog tags, etc please call ahead and make an appointment as well. All transfer station permits can be purchased at transfer station with a check and it is open Wed and Sun 10-2 closed all major holidays. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, but we are attempting to be proactive for your sake and ours. As always you may call the office at 802-645-0486 or email us with any questions or concerns, firstname.lastname@example.org. We will update this closure and precautions as the situations changes.
These are the links to our GIS maps and property cards and to the land records:
THERE IS A MAIL SLOT IN FRONT DOOR FOR YOU TO DROP CORRESPONDENCE IN
DELANEY PARK IS OPEN – NO OVERNIGHT CAMPING
The Town of Wells Beautification Committee is asking all residents to please help us decorate the town with lights and decorations this year. We want to have as many lights as possible up for people to take rides out as families and enjoy the lights in our beautiful little town.
Our quiet town on the edge of Rutland County has a wonderful mix of agricultural, recreational, and tourism appeal.
Our website is here to help you find the information and assistance you need whether you’re a year-round resident, second-home owner, or visiting tourist.
Want to know what’s going on? Check our Events and Meetings Calendar.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for we’re glad to answer questions by email or call the office at 802-645-0486 or contact one of the Selectboard members.
Front Porch Forum is now in WELLS.
Wells residents can now sign up for our new local Front Porch Forum (FPF)! As a modern-day cross between community bulletin boards and virtual town greens, FPF provides an easy way for our residents to connect with neighbors. It’s free. It’s local. And it’s friendly.
Visit FrontPorchForum.com to learn more.
FPF is not run by the Town, but we look forward to being active participants.