On November 28, 2023 from 1:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. NEKCOA & NEKCA will be at the Hardwick Senior Center located at 56 High Street for presentations about tech for today and the Vermont Affordable Connectivity Program. You may qualify for a $30/ month discount for internet. Please see the two attachments for further information.
The Town of Hardwick is soliciting bids from site contractors and general building contractors for the addition of an accessible stage entrance and roof canopies to the historic Hardwick Town House. Bids due: 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, December 19, 2023.
The Offices at the Hardwick Memorial Building (Town Clerk’s, Town Manager’s, and Zoning) will all be closed from Wednesday, November 22 – Friday, November 24, reopening on Monday, November 27.
Have a safe and happy holiday!
The mission of the Hardwick Downtown Partnership (HDP) is to provide leadership to support the economic, social, recreational, and cultural vitality of downtown Hardwick. The HDP is a new organization with a working board of volunteer directors formed in 2023 in coordination with Hardwick’s Downtown Designation. Municipalities that receive designation collaborate with the Vermont Downtown Program which helps to support community revitalization while preserving the historic character and enhance the future of Vermont’s historic downtowns.
The Executive Director of the Hardwick Downtown Partnership is responsible for helping the HDP Board of Directors to
establish and maintain strong working and collaborative relationships with town government, local businesses, the media, and the public with the aims of ensuring sustainability of Hardwick’s businesses and advancing the mission of
the organization. This part-time position is supervised by the HDP Board President and is evaluated by the HDP Board
of Directors. The Executive Director will be responsible for keeping the quarterly meeting schedule of the Board of
Directors and subsequent committees and events of the organization, reporting regularly about the operation,
finances, and advancement of goals.
Click here for the complete job description.
Please see the attached link below. The State of Vermont needs help in order to proceed with the clean up of the debris from the flood that occurred in July. It is very important that property owners report debris to the Town Manager’s Office 802-472-6120. This will help the State of Vermont and State Emergency Management Program know where there needs attention.