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RuralEdge Housing Stabilization Program Strengthens Northeast Kingdom Communities

On Thursday, Governor Scott announced that RuralEdge, the premier developer of affordable housing in the Northeast Kingdom, was one of five organizations that received a $309,490 Community Development CARES Act Housing Stabilization Program award.

Stay Steady Vermont Returns to RuralEdge Properties in September

Happening at Passumpsic View Apartments on 9/22 The Darling Inn on 9/15, and West Burke Housing on 9/29 from 10:00 – 12:00.

RuralEdge Celebrates 10 Years of SASH and its Expansion to Canaan

RuralEdge sees the SASH Program as integral to its mission and has been seeking ways to expand its geographical reach, especially to rural Essex County. Thanks to the generosity of the Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, RuralEdge received funding to bring SASH to Canaan for the next two years.

Neighborworks Week 2021

With many COVID-19 restrictions no longer in place, RuralEdge looks forward to engaging our housing communities once again with a variety of exciting events!

New Avenue Reconstruction Brings New Opportunities to St. Johnsbury Community

Nearly one year into the substantial rehabilitation work on the former Depot Square Apartments, now known as New Avenue, the project has brought substantial changes to the building and to the community it will once again serve.

Commercial Spaces available in St. Johnsbury

Interested in starting or growing your business in downtown St. Johnsbury? Check out our current commercial spaces available for rent!

Public Wi-Fi Now Available in Groton

Internet service is available 24/7 and the network is called “Groton Hotspot”

COVID-19 Update

RuralEdge is committed to slowing the spread of COVID-19 in our properties and in the communities we serve

RuralEdge Receives Grant for Continued Upgrades to Pierce Block

RuralEdge has received a $45,000 Preservation Grant from the Freeman Foundation and the Preservation Trust of Vermont to continue repairs and upgrades to the Pierce Block in the heart of Barton.

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