Clarendon, VT

Clarendon has the highest population density of all the Rutland region towns. They have three historical centers, plus Chippenhook. The Otter Creek meanders through Clarendon, and some say the best views of Pico, Killington, and Shrewsbury Peak are from its flood plain. The airport and a major industrial park live in Clarendon and are economic drivers for the region.  Oh, and there’s the airport driving range, Stonehenge, and The Gorge.

Town Office: 279 Middle Road ♦ P.O. Box 30, Clarendon, VT 05759
Hours: M - Th 10:00 - 4:00
Phone: (802) 775-4274
clarendonclerk@comcast.net

Demographics


Population: 2,571
Median Age: 46
Poverty Level: 9%
Avg. Household Size: 2.4
Median Household Income: $55,488

Housing


Total Units: 1,176
Avg. Year Built: 1975
Rental Rate: 16%
Ownership Rate: 84%
Seasonal Units: 3%
Avg. Sale Price: $166,688

Employment & Industry


EMPLOYMENT INDUSTRIES
Education, Services, Healthcare: 25%
Retail: 15%
Manufacturing: 15%

Ann. Avg. Wage: $34,683
Avg. Commute: 20 min.

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