Hartland, VT 

Hartland is a rural town located in Windsor County, just west of the Connecticut River and the New Hampshire border in Vermont's south central region covering approximately 28,544 acres.  Hartland was chartered July 10, 1761, when New Hampshire Governor Benning Wentworth granted a charter that divided the land into 71 equal shares. The grant called the town Hertford, and that name continued until an act of the Legislature in 1782 attempted to lessen the confusion with Hartford by changing the name to Hartland. 


Population (2008): 3,026

Total Area:  45.0 square miles
Past Growth:  - 6.1% Tax Rate: $1.7329/$100
Population Density: 67 people per square mile Non-Homestead Tax Rate:  $1.7574/$100
Median Family Income (2008): $63,305 Town Clerk:  (802) 436-2444
Median House Value (2008): $250,088

Town Website:  www.norwich.vt.us


Information obtained from the town of Norwich website, Wikipedia and City-Data.com

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