Community Organizations

Local organizations and programs serving the Lyndon area, including the Town of Lyndon, Chamber of Commerce, and H.O.P.E.

  • Cobleigh Public Library

    14 Depot St, Lyndonville, VT 05851

    The Cobleigh Public Library is an inviting community center, which provides programs, services, books and materials, public space, and information to all residents in the Lyndon area. The library connects people of all ages with opportunities to explore personal growth and develop a life long love of reading.

    802-626-5475   www.cobleighlibrary.org
  • Faith In Action – Northern Communities Partnership

    71 Depot St, PO Box 515, Lyndonville, VT 05851

    The Lyndonville office of Faith in Action – Northern Communities Partnership serves the needs of our neighbors in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. We bring together volunteers to care for their neighbors who may be isolated, living with chronic health conditions or disabilities, or having difficulty meeting their needs for transportation, socialization, adequate healthy food, winter heating, home repairs or other basic needs.

    We are dedicated in our mission to help our rapidly increasing numbers of needy, elderly and disabled neighbors enjoy safe, healthy, active and independent lives in their own homes and communities. We do this by creating groups of local volunteers in each community led by a local volunteer coordinator to deliver a holistic mix of free, trust building, life enhancing services to their neighbors in need.

    802-626-1212   www.fiancp.com
  • Green Mountain United Way

    73 Main St. #33, Montpelier, VT 05602

    GMUW is working to better the lives of people of all ages through its priority areas of Education, Health, Income Stability and Community Caring. GMUW collaborates with other organizations that share the same mission of creating better quality of life by promoting individual stability and community economic growth, addressing the social factors of poor health issues, providing programs that help parents and caregivers interact with their children and improve their learning skills, by participating in the Vermont 2-1-1 Information and Referral System, and connecting business and individual community members to volunteer opportunities that support areas of basic needs and larger needs of our non profit partners.

    Office: 802-613-3989 Cell: 802-793-9719   https://www.gmunitedway.org/
  • Helping Other People Everyday (H.O.P.E.)

    136 Church Street, Lyndonville, VT 05851

    H.O.P.E. is a private, nonprofit agency helping families and individuals with life’s basic needs. H.O.P.E is not affiliated with any religious organization or agency, and operates a thrift store in Lyndonville, Vermont to help fund its mission. Programs offered include a thrift store, backpack program, food pantry, homelessness program, clothing vouchers, and more.

    802-626-3228   www.hopevermont.com
  • Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce

    PO Box 886, Lyndonville, VT 05851

    The Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce serves communities within the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont and its border towns. It can provide you with information on vacationing, business and residential relocation, activities and of course, those world famous covered bridges. Resources are available on their website and at their year-round information center in the Lyndon Freighthouse on Route 5 in Lyndonville.

    802-626-9696   www.lyndonvermont.com
  • Lyndon Town Clerk

    119 Park Avenue, P.O. Box 167, Lyndonville, VT 05851

    The Lyndon Town & Village Clerk’s Office is located on the second floor of the Lyndon Municipal Office Building. Duties include those related to voting and elections, dog licenses, notarizing documents, and more.

    802-626-5785  
  • NEK Chamber of Commerce

    2000 Memorial Drive, Suite 11, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

    For those visiting the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, the Northeast Kingdom Chamber web site is a great resource to find information on attractions, lodging, dining and the region. Recognized in international and national travel guides, the Northeast Kingdom is a wonderful place to visit year-round, whether you want to bike Kingdom Trails, ski Burke Mountain and Jay Peak, shop in our downtowns, swim in our pristine lakes or visit our many museums. We can help you plan a visit to the Northeast Kingdom! The Northeast Kingdom Chamber is your one-stop chamber for information on Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom.

    802-748-3678   http://nekchamber.com/
  • Northeastern Vermont Development Association

    The Northeastern Vermont Development Association serves the people, municipalities and businesses of this region as both the Regional Planning Commission and Regional Development Corporation. As the Regional Planning Commission, NVDA assists municipalities, organizations, committees and individuals with a wide variety of planning and technical services. As the Regional Development Corporation, NVDA works on infrastructure improvements, assists companies relocating to the area, helps existing businesses to grow, and administers revolving loan funds. Find information about each town, including town clerks, here.

  • The Foundry

    79 King Drive, Lyndon Center, VT 05851

    The Foundry is a membership-based maker space, learning place, and community workshop in Lyndon Center, VT. We offer a well-equipped space for craftsmen, engineers, and hobbyists from all ages, disciplines, and walks of life to work together to create new and innovative products and businesses. Our mission is to bring innovative manufacturing technologies within reach of the residents of the Northeast Kingdom.

  • Town of Lyndon

    119 Park Avenue, P.O. Box 167, Lyndonville, VT 05851

    Visit Lyndon’s official, municipal website where you can find town information on topics such as town officials, town offices, ordinances, dog licenses, elections, utilities and more.