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Rutland, Vermont



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Rutland, Vermont is the largest city in Vermont that is not located on, or near, either of the state's two major Interstate highways. Instead, US Routes 4 and 7 intersect in Rutland and are a major connection to destinations throughout the Northeast.

Rutland City is surrounded by the town of Rutland, which is a separate municipality, and the downtown area of the city is listed as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places.

Rutland Lodging and Dining in Rutland

The City of Rutland offers many options for your Vermont vacation, from luxury Rutland VT hotels to affordable motels in Rutland VT, and more. There are also many wonderful places to eat in Rutland, from fine dining to casual restaurants in Rutland. Whether you are in town for business or pleasure, you'll enjoy your stay in Rutland, Vermont.

Rutland Weddings and Conferences in Rutland

Rutland has all the resources you'll need to plan your perfect event in Vermont. Whether you're planning a small wedding in Rutland VT, a local family reunion in the Rutland area, or a business conference in Rutland, you'll find the perfect location and amenities to host your events in Rutland Vermont.

Rutland Real Estate

Rutland offers beautiful property for visitors and newcomers to stay or live in Vermont, from farmhouses to condominiums and more. Whether you're looking for a vacation rental in Rutland, or a Rutland house for sale, real estate in Rutland VT may have just what you're looking for.

Things to do in Rutland

Rutland is a four-season paradise located in the heart of the Green Mountains with many fun things to do in Rutland and the surrounding area. From skiing at nearby Killington Resort to shopping in Rutland's historic downtown, there's always something to do in Rutland. Enjoy the breathtaking fall foliage each year and don't miss the well-known Rutland Halloween Parade near the end of October.

As you can tell, Rutland is a great place to stay and live. From outdoor activities and scenic views, to shopping and fine restaurants, Rutland Vermont has it all!

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Quick Facts About Rutland City

County: Rutland
Lat / Long: 43.61 N / 72.97 W
Zip Code(s): 05701, 05702
Incorporated: 1892
Population (2010): 16,495
Elevation: 648 feet
Land Area: 7.64 miles
 
Town Clerk: 802-773-8901
(City Clerk: 802-773-1800)
Nicknames: Marble City
Major Hospitals: Rutland Regional Medical Center
Major Airports: Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport
Amtrak Stations: Rutland (RUD)
 
Colleges/Universities: a branch of the Community College of Vermont, College of St Joseph. Nearby: Green Mountain College (13.2 miles NE), Castleton State College (14.4 miles W)
 
Top Employers: Rutland Regional Medical Center, GE Aircraft Engines - Rutland Operation, Casella Waste Systems Inc, Green Mountain Power (formerly Central Vermont Public Service Corp), Carris Reels
 
Birthplace of: James E. Burke (born 1925), CEO of Johnson & Johnson; John Deere (1804-1886), blacksmith & founder of Deere & Company; Aaron Lewis (born 1972), lead singer of the band Staind; Dan Tyminski (born 1967), bluegrass composer, vocalist & instrumentalist; Jim Jeffords (born 1934), US senator; Robert Stafford (1913-2006), US congressman, senator & 71st Governor of Vermont; Suzy Chaffee (born 1946), Olympic skier & actress; Andrea Mead Lawrence (1932-2009), first American to win two gold Olympic skiing medals.
 

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Nearby Cities and Towns:

Region 7: Rutland-Killington | Rutland Town | Proctor (2.2 miles NW) | Pittsford (2.7 miles NW) | Mendon (2.2 miles NE) | Clarendon (2.2 miles S) | Shrewsbury (2.9 miles SE) | West Rutland (2.0 miles W)

Vermont Events in December


Open Curling-Learn and Play 11/29/18 - 3/3/19

Welcome to the Olympic Sport of Curling Rutland Rocks CC is offering instruction and play every Thursday morning (except holidays) from 8:30am to 10:30am. No equipment needed, all ages and abilities welcome. Our certified instructors will teach the fundamentals of the game and have you on the ice to play and have fun. $12 per session. Our home ice is Giorgetti Arena, Pine Hill Park in Rutland, VT. For more information contact Bill Anderson at 802-773-8702 or Diane Pouliot at 802-362-2145 Good Curling and see you there!


Holiday Exhibit 11/30/18 - 1/17/19

Come experience the beauty of the arts showcased in our 1890’s historic mansion decorated special for the holiday season. The exhibit includes a Gift Room perfect for that one-of-a-kind handmade treasure to give to those on your list. Also on display will be Gingerbread creations with the return of the Chaffee’s Gingerbread Contest. Awards will be presented in a variety of categories during the Opening. All are invited to submit their imaginative creations. Some of the beautiful art on display will be oils, watercolor, ceramics, photography, mixed media, stained glass, sculpture and more. In the spirit of the season, a non perishable food item donation would be gratefully accepted.


Vermont Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops 12/16/18 - 12/16/18

José Daniel Flores-Caraballo leads the Orchestra and Chorus in a festive program that ranges from an a cappella version of “Jingle Bells” to the blockbuster “Many Moods of Christmas.” We pay tribute to the late great Robert De Cormier with three of his iconic arrangements, and present the Vermont premiere of a sweet ballad, “Little Tree” by Steve Murray. Never fear, the audience has a role to play…. And of course Holiday Pops can’t officially ring in the season without “Sleigh Ride.” Join us for the celebration!


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