St. Johnsbury is the county seat of Caledonia County, and boasts the highest population of towns within the county, with 7600 residents. St. Johnsbury enjoys Designated Downtown status, granted through the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development. The Downtown Program works to bring resources such as tax credits and grants, as well as training and technical services to help affiliated or “designated” downtown organizations and property owners preserve and revitalize historic downtowns and create strong communities.

With our vibrant industrial park and its convenient access to the Interstate, and thoughtful zoning bylaws throughout town, St. Johnsbury has the right setting for your business.

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“The Northeastern Vermont Development Association (NVDA) assists businesses with site selection, financing, business planning, permitting, and foreign trade. NVDA has a strong network of partners ready to assist with workforce training, government contracting, lean manufacturing, and energy efficiency. We own an attractive industrial park in St. Johnsbury/Lyndon with lots available for sale and development.”

David Snedeker, Executive Director, Northeastern VT Development Association

St. Johnsbury is surrounded by three fresh flowing rivers, skirted by vast tracts of forested land, and is tucked among some of the loveliest rolling hills that Vermont has to offer.

Rich and fertile farm lands, mature hard and soft wood forests, streams and rivers crisscrossing the landscape, hard working businesses from one end of town clear to the other, and a historic downtown with Victorian charm. That is what sets St. Johnsbury apart from the rest.

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