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NEW:  The 2023 Maidstone Town Survey has been mailed to taxpayers and property owners. The Survey has been created by the Planning Commission to gather input from residents and property owners for revising the Town Plan. You can complete the paper copy of the Survey and either return it by mail or leave it in the Drop Box at Town Hall, OR you can complete it online at this link: 2023 Maidstone Town Survey . Your participation, including your comments, is very helpful.

Welcome to the official website of the Township of Maidstone, Vermont.

Maidstone is located in Essex County, one of the 3 counties that make up the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. We are bordered on the east side by New Hampshire and the Connecticut River , containing within its oxbows an abundance of fertile bottom lands for farming, and well known for its great fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. Also within the Town is the well known Maidstone Lake with its adjoining Maidstone State Park, remotely nestled among the Town's forests, hills, mountains, and streams. Here's a quick link to a Google Map.

Chartered: October 12, 1761 (New Hampshire Grant). 

Area: 20,560 Acres = 32.13 Square Miles /Water: 1.3 square miles

Altitude: 893 feet ASL /Stoneham Mountain: 2,087 feet

Population: 211 as reported in the 2020 U.S. Census Data

Town of Maidstone Mailing Address: P O Box 118, Guildhall, VT 05905

The Maidstone Town Hall is located at 508 VT-102, Maidstone, VT.  The Town Clerk, the Town Treasurer, and the Town Listers have offices within the Town Hall  and may be reached at (802) 676-3210.. Office hours are Monday and Thursday, 9.00am - 3.00pm.   For more information, please visit the Town Hall page  or the Contacts page of this website.

More information is available:

The Maidstone Land Records Portal is online.  Here is the link:

updated on 8/29/2023