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Barre City

Introduction



Robert Burns Monument & Barre History Center


This is it. Central Vermont's largest municipality, Barre City is the Granite Capital of the World. The work of its artisans can be seen in the building architecture, statues and in its cemeteries. The stone industry attracted laborers and artisans from all over Europe, creating a broad ethnic mix.

Your complete guide to travel, recreation, entertainment, business, and quality of life in Barre, Vermont. Commercial and demographic information as well as financing programs and more.

Click below for an overview of the business climate in Barre City and Barre Town in pdf format including a summary of recent infrastructure upgrades and demographic data. Barre Economic Profile

* * Our companion site, cvregion.net, provides additional dynamic information - the most recent data available. Use the link below for visitor information, a comprehensive population listing, dynamic demographic charts including, crimes, population, school enrollment, housing, property value, employers, and employees.

You will also find city services including local police, hospital, recreation, schools, and library facilities. Planning includes zoning information, subdivision regulations, telecommunication tower regulations, budget and permit information, census data, officials, boards, regional representatives, agendas, minutes, local transit systems and natural resources.

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Vital Statistics For Barre City, Vermont
 Area (square miles) 4
    Percent of Region .48%
 Population 2007 8,905
     Percent of Region  13.86%
     Ten Year Population Change (659)
City Employers 2006  415
     Percent of Region 15.70%
     Ten Year Employer Change (41)
City Employees 4,777
    Percent of Region 14.29%
     Ten Year Employer Change 225 
Average Annual Wage 2006 $31,921
City Households 2006 4,233
     Percent Regional Housing 15.72%
     Ten Year Households Change 66
City Students FY06   1,315
     Percent Regional Enrollment
13.55%
     Ten Year Enrollment Change
(79)
Average Home Sale Price 2006
$137,619
     Number Homes Sold 2006
100
* Covered by Vermont Unemployment Insurance
* Does not include self-employed persons
   


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33 Stewart Rd./ P.O. Box 336 / Barre, Vermont 05641
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