Relocating to Vermont
Vermont is famous for the majestic Green Mountains which give the state its name, the cheese and maple syrup here are top-rate, and Autumn in this state, with its vast array of colors, is second to none, but the 802 area code boosts so much more. Visit Vermont.gov to learn more.
Big enough to have all you want to see, play, and do- yet small enough to know the names of your neighbors, Burlington is a great little city. The Queencity has excellent restaurants, funky shops, hike and bike paths, community spaces, architecturally significant structures, and daily happenings, and a spectacular view of Lake Champlain. Visit burlingtonvt.gov for insights into this gem we call home.
The University of Vermont Medical Center, along with the Larner College of Medicine and the College of Nursing and Health at UVM, is one of the 138 academic medical centers in the country. It is part of a six-hospital network serving Vermont and northern New York. View the full UVM Health Network to find a medical center near you. A Veterans Affairs community-based outpatient clinic is located in Burlington. It allows veterans to receive specialty outpatient care, inpatient care, and all other entitlements through the White River Junction VAM&ROC - without traveling the distance.
Check out these Local Apartment Options to view popular websites for apartment listings within the area. Need Additional Help Relocating to Vermont? Request a copy of a free relocation package provided by Coldwell Banker, Hickok & Boardman Realty. You may also contact Relocation Services as they are experts on helping those who wish to relocate to Vermont.