Vermont Governor’s Highway Safety Program:

Statistics; calendar of events; links to safety sites; information on government programs, laws and enforcement.

Vermont Graduated Licensing

Stevens Advanced Driver Training:

Course descriptions and information

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:

Info and tips on traffic safety, occupant issues, vehicles and equipment; statistics.

Donate to Flood Relief Resources

American Red Cross

When floods strike, your donation helps American Red Cross:

  • Provide safe, dry shelter until families can return home
  • Serve water and hot meals
  • Play with kids staying in shelters
  • Ensure people with disabilities get the help they need
  • Provide first aid
  • Give comfort and emotional support
  • Distribute clean up supplies like mops, gloves and tarps
  • Assess damage in impacted neighborhoods
  • Meet with families to prepare recovery plans

Montpelier Alive

“Help Montpelier Businesses recover from the Flood of 2023! Montpelier Businesses are the heart and soul of our downtown, please give them your support as they rebuild. We are grateful for our incredible community, and all their support along the way!”

Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont

“Farms across Vermont are experiencing catastrophic impacts from the July flooding. Consider donating to the Farmer Emergency Fund to support your neighbors in this time of widespread need. Just choose “Farmer Emergency Fund” from the campaigns drop-down list in the form below or mail a check with the fund name in the memo.”

United Way

“When communities face disaster, United Way plays a key role. From ensuring our first responders can act swiftly, to leading long-term recovery, United Way has the experience, networks and capacity to address even the most devastating events. United Way’s primary role in times of disaster is in long-term recovery, which can take 3-5 years.”

Vermont Main Street Recovery Fund

“The Vermont Main Street Flood Recovery Fund is raising money to provide grants to Vermont’s small business owners impacted by July 10th’s flooding. These Vermonters are vital to our communities and we will do all we can to support them through this crisis. The Fund will provide grants in the range of $2,500-$10,000 to cover costs such as equipment replacement, supplies and help with clean-up. This will help bridge need until further support is available.”

VT Flood Response and Recovery Fund 2023 

“The VT Flood Response and Recovery Fund 2023 was established to support Vermonters in responding to and recovering from the catastrophic rainfall across Vermont in 2023.”

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