QUALITY OF LIFE:
The town of Milton, Vermont is located in Chittenden County, 15 miles north of Burlington, Vermont and bisected by Interstate I-89 and US Route 7. It is 90 miles south of Montreal, Quebec and 34 miles from Plattsburgh, NY. This small town of 10,000 residents offers a balanced ﬁt of local shopping and dining, and a variety of recreational facilities. There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer or get involved in community service, and the local "comfy” feel of home is evident in the annual events where you can meet your neighbors.
CULTURE & RECREATION:
Milton offers year round recreation programs and strong civic organizations, and boasts one of the ﬁnest municipal libraries in Vermont. The town also has diverse recreational spaces for organized sports, walking, hiking, biking, swimming, snowshoeing, paddling and ﬁshing. The outstanding recreational sites include Bombardier Park, Eagle Mountain Natural Area, The Town Forest, Lamoille River Walk, River Street Park, Sand Bar State Park & Sandbar Wildlife Management Area, 5 fishing access areas, and the Arrowhead Golf Course.
The town of Milton is conveniently located close to two major hospitals, the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington and the Northwestern Medical Center in St. Alban’s Vermont. There is a local medical center and several local practitioners.
The Haydenberry Commons apartment complex is located behind the Milton Square Shopping Center just off Haydenberry Drive adjacent to downtown Milton. It is a short walk to local amenities such as the Hannaford Supermarket, Dollar Store, Rite Aid pharmacy, banks and restaurants.