Town of Shoreham
Welcome to the Town of Shoreham, established in 1761. Shoreham is a thriving lake-shore town lying on the outskirts of the growing communities of Burlington,Middlebury, and Rutland. It is halfway between Montreal, Canada, and Albany, N.Y., on New England’s west coast: the shore of Lake Champlain.
Shoreham is known for its many orchards, dairy and niche farms, home-based businesses and scenic views, making it the perfect destination for a day of exploring. Shoreham is also home to the “Fort Ti” Ferry, one of the oldest ferries in the US, in continuous operation between Shoreham and Ticonderoga, N.Y., since 1788.
Population (2000): 1,222
Median Family Income: $39,375
Median Family Housing: $122,300
Municipal Water: Yes
Municipal Sewer: No
Town Clerk: Julie Ortuno
Office Hours: M,T,TH,F 9-12, 1-4