Hinesburg is a small Chittenden County town of about 4,350 people in northwestern Vermont, nestled against the edge of the Green Mountains, southeast of Burlington. Most of Hinesburg is located in the Lake Champlain valley, which runs north-south along the western edge of the state. (View Map)
Chartered in 1762, Hinesburg’s history is rooted in farming and early water-powered manufacturing. Today, the village is still surrounded by open green farmland along the LaPlatte River. About 36 miles square, the western half is in the Champlain Valley, the eastern half in the foothills of the Green Mountains.
The village contains State Route 116 running north/south, a lively array of stores and services, the local elementary/middle school and local 4-town union high school, a number of manufacturing concerns and several parks and recreation facilities including Lake Iroquois, offering year-round activities.
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