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Seismic Hazard Projects in Vermont

Town and Quadrangle Seismic Hazard Projects in Vermont:  Since 1997 the Geological Survey has partnered with DEMHS, UVM, FEMA, Norwich University, NESEC and others to conduct studies and outreach which serve to inform Vermonters and assist with emergency preparedness. Completed projects include site class, amplification and liquefaction hazard maps, seismic vulnerability of critical facilities, HAZUS damage assessments, and outreach to local government, private engineering firms and the general public.

COVID-19 Response and Resources

This page contains necessary information for how to interact with the Drinking Water Program during this period and other information pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Clean Water Lecture Series

Four panel image; riparian buffer planting, stream cascades, stormwater trail bridge, lake

The Department of Environmental Conservation hosts a monthly lecture series on a variety of clean water-related topics. Lectures are free and open to the public online via webinar (Microsoft Teams). See below for more information on upcoming clean water lectures.

Sharing The Edge: A Guide for Lakeshore Property Owners in Vermont

30 May 2018
Cover Photo of Sharing the Edge
Are you interested in purchasing lakefront property in Vermont? Maybe you are new to Vermont entirely, or perhaps you’ve lived here for years but are just now contemplating a camp on the lake. This booklet introduces a landowner to what a healthy lake shoreland looks like, describes how Vermont manages its public waters, and provides an overview of property development regulations.

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