Come learn about what's being done in Montpelier to build resiliency in our City, at the next Public Forum on Recovery and Resiliency, Thursday May 23rd, 2024 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the Montpelier Senior Activity Center, 58 Barre Street. Montpelier

Planning for a resilient Montpelier 

On July 10th the North Branch of the Winooski crested over 20 feet, filling business basements and retail spaces with floodwaters. Over 4,000 volunteers came to town to help businesses clean up and recover, helping restaurants and retail stores to reopen as quickly as they can. The community came together to organize benefit concerts, festivals and other fundraisers to support our downtown and bring back a more resilient Montpelier!

Follow our progress here:

Montpelier Strong helps to coordinate The Montpelier Commission for Recovery and Resilience, a group whose purpose is to serve as a partner for the city and to coordinate the many working groups advancing flood recovery and resilience projects.

Funding Opportunity:
Montpelier Alive Grant Round 3 is closed. Stay tuned for other flood recovery grant opportunities. 


Visit these links to find information about Montpelier during the recovery and rebuilding period.
Vermont Arts Council Resiliency Resources:
  • From the impacts of climate change to violent threats and more, arts and culture organizations are facing unprecedented challenges. We have gathered resources to help you navigate these challenges. We are always looking for more! Please contact us at [email protected] if you have something to share.