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Camel's Hump is the state's most distinctive mountain peak, and among the most photographed. It is located in a state forest which stretches along the western border of Duxbury. At 46 square miles, Duxbury is the region's second largest town & second only to its northern neighbor, Waterbury.

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

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You will also find town 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 Duxbury, Vermont
 Area (square miles) 45.9
    Percent of Region 5.49%
 Population 2007 1,315
     Percent of Region 2.05%
     Ten Year Population Change 258
Town Employers 2006 12
     Percent of Region 0.45%
     Ten Year Employer Change (2)
Town Employees 221
    Percent of Region 0.66%
     Ten Year Employer Change 27
Average Annual Wage 2006 $35,584
Town Households 2006 541
     Percent Regional Housing 2.01%
     Ten Year Households Change 80
Town Students FY06   245
     Percent Regional Enrollment
     Ten Year Enrollment Change
Average Home Sale Price 2006
     Number Homes Sold 2006
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* Does not include self-employed persons

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