St Albans Vermont is located on Route 7 in Franklin County, in the "Islands & Farms" region of Vermont. The town of St. Albans completely surrounds the city of St. Albans, which was separated from the town and incorporated in 1902.
I-89 passes through St Albans on its way between Burlington and Swanton, Vermont. The City of St Albans is only 15 miles from Vermont's border with Quebec and is the northern terminus of the "Vermonter" Amtrak route
St Albans, known as the "Maple Syrup Capital of the World" is home to the Vermont Maple Festival, held annually over the last weekend in April with exhibits, demonstrations, entertainment, a craft show, and more, all dedicated to maple syrup.
Latitude / Longitude: 44.81 N / 73.09 W
Zip Code(s): 05478
Population (2010): 6,918
Elevation: 429 feet | Land Area: 2.03 miles
Nicknames: Maple Syrup Capital of the World
Town Clerk: 802-524-2415
(City Clerk: 802-524-1500)
Hospitals: Northwestern Medical Center Nearby: Fletcher Allen Hospital (31.7 miles S)
Major Airports: Burlington International Airport (33 miles S)
Amtrak Stations: St Albans (SAB)
|Colleges/Universities: a branch of the Community College of Vermont. Nearby: Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (28.3 miles S), St Michael's College (29.7 miles S), University of Vermont - UVM (31.5 miles S), Champlain College (31.9 miles S), Burlington College (31.8 miles S), Burlington Technical Center (32.5 miles S).||Top Employers: Mylan Technologies Inc, Northwestern Medical Center|
|Tourist Attractions: Vermont Maple Festival, St Albans Bay Park, Burton Island State Park, Saint Albans Historical Museum, Saint Albans Historic District, Nearby: ECHO Lake Aquarium & Science Center (32.5 miles S), Church Street Marketplace (32.3 miles S).||Birthplace of: Dan Parent (born 1964), comic book writer & artist; J. Gregory Smith (1818-1891), 28th governor of Vermont; John LeClair (born 1969), left winger for the Montreal Canadiens, Philadelphia Flyers, & Pittsburgh Penguins.|