The State of Vermont is currently offering several programs to help customers pay their water and sewer bills.
Employees of water and wastewater systems can get 10 KN95 masks for free.
Towns can allocate American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for water or sewer infrastructure and stormwater projects.
The Vermont COVID-19 Arrearage Assistance Program (VCAAP) provides financial assistance to help residential and non-residential customers pay overdue utility bills, including water and sewer.
Eligible renters can receive assistance for water and sewer bills through the Vermont Emergency Rental Assistance Program for Utility Services (VERAP-U).
Use this form to share the challenges that your system is facing due to COVID-19 and include any financial information related to those challenges, if available.
The Vermont COVID-19 Arrearage Assistance Program (VCAAP) has been expanded to include overdue drinking water and wastewater bills.
There is currently a moratorium on disconnections for all public water systems and municipal sewer systems. This moratorium is in place until the end of the State of Emergency.
Vermont Lifts COVID Restrictions On June 14, Governor Scott lifted all remaining COVID-19 restrictions because 80% of eligible Vermonters had received at lease one dose of the vaccine. The State of...