Directory of Town Officials

Town Clerk

Sue Johnson
Phone: 802-462-2775
Fax: 802-462-2606
Home Phone: 802-462-2324
Regular Office Hours: Tuesday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Contact the Town Clerk regarding:

  • Marriage Licenses
  • Dog Licenses
  • Fish & Wildlife Licenses
  • DMV Registration Renewals
  • Green Mountain Passports
  • Voter Registration
  • Notary
  • Highway Department

    Road Commissioner: Brian Kemp

    Road Foreman: Steven Rheaume
    Town Garage Phone: 802-462-2752                                            Road Foreman's Cell 802-989-3052

    Emergency Highway Concerns: Please call the Town Garage or Road Foreman.

    Health Department

    Town Health Officer:
    Bill Johnson, ( or 462-3366

    Deputy Health Officer:
    Susan Johnson ( or 462-2775

    Listers' Office

    Todd Kincaid, Chair  |  462-2778
    Jordan Young  | 462-9444
    William Johnson |  462-3366

    Office Phone Number: 462-3386
    Office hours: Thursday 4 - 6 PM or by appointment.



    • Shawn Fetterolf
    • Katie Gieges
    • Ian Gill

    Fire Warden

    Fire Warden: Tom Frankovic Jr. | 802-462-3137; cell: 989-4473

    Assistant Fire Warden:

    The Town of Cornwall Fire Warden is responsible for the suppression of wildland fires and the regulation of open burning within the town by issuing burning permits.

    Please contact the Fire Warden for a permit prior to any open burning.

    Animal Control Officer

    Cornwall's Animal Control Officer is Stacey Freeguard. Her phone number is 623-6065. Her email is:

    Zoning Administrator

    Gary Barnett  | 802-462-3669

    Trustees of Public Funds

    • David Anderson
    • Magna Dodge
    • Robert Gerlin, Chair

    Trustees of public funds are elected from among the legal voters at the annual meeting of the town. The duty of the three trustees is to manage real or personal property held by the town in trust for any purpose. 

    Justices of the Peace

    • David Anderson
    • Marge Drexler
    • Judy English
    • Liam English
    • Susan Johnson
    • Gary Margolis
    • Jordan Young

    The duties of Vermont’s justices of the peace (JP) are many and varied: from serving as election officials to determining tax appeals to giving oaths to solemnizing marriages.

    For more on the duties and responsibilities of Justices of the Peace in Vermont, download the Vermont Justice of the Peace Guide as published by the Vermont Secretary of State’s Office.

    Library Trustees

    • Judy English
    • Laura Fetterolf
    • Juliet Gerlin
    • Rich Isenberg
    • Sue Johnson
    • Patty McCormick
    • Kristina Simmons