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What is the role of a Town Auditor in Vermont?

From the Office of the Vermont State Auditor:

“Vermont law requires that school districts, towns and cities account for the monies entrusted to them and that these records be audited (see 24 V.S.A. §§ 1681-1686 and 16 V.S.A. § 323).”   

From V.S.A. 24 § 1681:

  • § 1681. Auditors; duties; meeting(a)(1) Town auditors shall meet at least 25 days before each annual town meeting to examine and adjust the accounts of all town officers and all other persons authorized by law to draw orders on the town treasurer.(2) Such auditing shall include the account that the treasurer is required to keep with the collector, the tax accounts of the collector, trust accounts where the town or any town officer, as such officer, is trustee or where the town is sole beneficiary, accounts relating to the town indebtedness, and accounts of any special funds in the care of any town official.(b) Notice of such meeting shall be given by posting or publication ten days in advance of such meeting. (Amended 1991, No. 176 (Adj. Sess.), § 1; 1997, No. 83 (Adj. Sess.), § 4; 2011, No. 129 (Adj. Sess.), § 29, eff. July 1, 2013.)


To aid in the ongoing audit of the town accounts by the Town Auditors and to provide transparency for all transactions in the Treasurer’s office, the following documents are available for public inspection.


2024-01 Selectboard Warrant


2024-01 Receipt Register

Town Auditors

Donna Bouthillier


Jack Donnelly


Sandy Gray