The UVM Center for Rural Studies is the US Census Bureau's Vermont State Data Center. This designation reflects our desire to be a data resource for all Vermonters and to represent Vermont's interests in the collection and analysis of Census Bureau data.
The State Data Center (SDC) Program is a cooperative program between the states and the U.S. Census Bureau to make data available locally to the public through a network of state agencies, universities, libraries, and regional and local organizations. The SDC program's mission is to provide easy and efficient access to Census data and information through a wide network of lead, coordinating and affiliate agencies in each state. The SDCs also provide training and technical assistance in accessing and using Census data for research, administration, planning and decision making by local governments, the business community, and other interested data users.
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Vermont Indicators Online 2.0
- American Community Survey and other indicator data
Vermont Indicators Online 1.0 - Historical Census data to year 2000
American FactFinder - The Census Bureau's data access website
Vermont State and County profiles - American FactFinder Vermont Housing Data - Community-level housing data and more
Vermont Criminal Information Center - State and County crime satistics
2011 Town Officer Education Conferences
Hartland Public Library
April 13, 2011
Vermont Community Development Association
Montpelier, March 31, 2011.
Lamoille County Planning Commission
March 8, 2011
Brooks Memorial Library
Brattleboro, Feb 23, 2011
St. Johnsbury Atheneaum
Jan 26, 2011
This website contains materials based upon work supported by the U.S. Department of
Agriculture, under Awards No. 2002-34269-11806, 2003-34269-13439, 2004-34269-14428, 2005-34269-15671,
2006-34269-16917, 2008-34269-18994, & 2009-34269-19870. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations
expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S.
Department of Agriculture.
Special thanks to Senator Patrick Leahy.