Castleton

Castleton has six (6) distinct villages; the largest lake solely within Vermont; a top-notch university; and one the highest town populations in the region. It’s a destination, it’s a college town, it’s a place to go for a dip, catch a fish, listen to live music, eat out, stop at a farm stand and ride the Rail Trail.

Demographic

People in Castleton

Demographics are the characteristics of a population that have been categorized by distinct criteria—such as age, gender and income—as a means to study the attributes of a particular group. Demographic information can be used to create successful marketing campaigns, economic analysis and government policies.

Check out the demographic data for Castleton, VT:

4458
Total Population
35.9
Median Age
17.1%
Poverty Level
3.33
Avg. Household Size
People enjoying ballgame at Castleton University.
Housing

HOUSING IN CASTLETON

Housing data tells the story of where people live and how they live. Housing data can be used to inform land use bylaws, development or redevelopment, and workforce recruitment and/or retention.
1803
Total Units
1976
Avg. Year Built
22.3%
Rental Rate
77.7%
Ownership Rate
533
Seasonal Units
$200,000.00
Avg. Sale Price

house in castleton

Employment & Industry

JOBS IN CASTLETON

Employment and Industry data is a barometer for the strength and resilience of the local economy.

Check out the employment and industry data for Castleton, VT:

Castleton Employment & Industry Data
23%
Other
22%
Education, Service, Healthcare
10%
Arts and Entertainment
10%
Manufacturing
$43,257.00
Annual Avg. Wage
19.2 minutes
Avg. Commute
Lakeside Maria
Resources

TOWN PLANS, BYLAWS, AND MORE!

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Town Plan

Town plans preserve what is great, lay the groundwork for change, and set the stage for the future.

Bylaws

Bylaws are regulatory tools that implement the vision of the town plan.

Village Center

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Emergency Management

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Town Contact Information

Town Office:
263 Route 30 North - Bomoseen, VT 05732
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Castleton, Vermont

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