This article is about the town in Vermont. For the village, see Alburg (village), Vermont
Alburg is a town located in Grand Isle County, Vermont. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 1,952.
Web Sites and Links
Alburg Community Education CenterServing over 200 hundred students grades kindergarten through eighth.
Alburg Country ClubLocated on the shores of Northern Lake Champlain with views of the Green Mountains and the Adirondacks from every hole. Directions, rates, course photos and scorecard.
Lake Champlain Bluegrass FestivalAnnual August event. Provides band and ticket information. Includes fiddle and banjo contest prizes, image gallery and directions.
Lakes End CheesesFarmstead Fontina-style cheeses made with both goat and cow milk. Ships in continental USA.
M.R. SatelliteProvides Satellite TV and audio and broadband Internet services to residential and commercial customers. Includes coverage area and contact information.
New England Via VermontSouvenir and variety shop offering gift items. Includes Civil War Exhibit and directions.
St. Anne ShrineProvides mass schedule and religious services.
Township Information – AlburgHistory of the town from various sources. “The Vermont Historical Gazetteer”, “The Natural History of Chittenden County”. Transcribed by Karima Allison.
Union Bible ChurchEvangelistic, fundamental, Bible believing, and family oriented ministry. Provides information on the Pastor, maps and directions and upcoming events.
Vermont Indicators Online: AlburgHistorical data and source information organized into various theme tables. Includes population, race, housing, transportation, education, property taxation, public safety and natural resources.