Swift Street Extension is no more. The road cutting through the University of Vermont horticulture farm and skirting Veteran’s Memorial Park will be replaced by a bicycle and pedestrian path in a plan approved by South Burlington city councilors.

The Muddy Brook culvert replacement under the Kimball Avenue Bridge is chugging along on track, according to South Burlington city manager Jessie Baker. Detours remain in place while the bridg…

The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission worked on over 25 projects in South Burlington last fiscal year, including preparing an emergency management plan and providing transportatio…

A new dog park at Wheeler Nature Park in South Burlington is coming soon, according to a sign at the park entrance erected nearly a year ago.

South Burlington city staff hope to maintain a rustic, natural feel for the Thomas Hubbard Recreation and Natural Area, a 60-acre stretch of meadow and woods in the southeast quadrant formerly…

In the 10 years since Vermont’s House and Senate districts were redrawn, 2,388 people have moved to South Burlington — just over 13 percent growth — meaning the city could gain a fifth represe…

A crisp is in the air, the leaves are turning gold and red — budget season must be here. And, with budget season comes budget goals.

Last fiscal year saw South Burlington officials instigating a multi-month budget freeze, refinancing the city’s pension loan, deferring improvement projects and furloughing numerous employees.…

Gene Richards is no longer head of the Burlington International Airport after Burlington city councilors voted to fire him last week.

Swift Street Extension may lose its road status and be replaced by a 20-foot-wide path should proposed changes to the South Burlington city map be approved next month.

South Burlington city council officially recently established a Climate Action Task Force at a meeting after months of work on a climate change resolution and debate over how to move forward.

Plans to build an indoor recreation center in South Burlington, first envisioned in the mid-90s, have sat shelved for the last two years during the COVID-19 pandemic.

South Burlington residents could boost the open space fund on their next ballot, but the vote won’t be in October as many hoped. A split city council shot down the possibility of a special vot…

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