Burlington Special City Election on December 7

November 08, 2021

In a citywide vote on December 7th, Burlington voters will consider a $20 million net zero energy revenue bond (that would support numerous energy investments and upgrades) and a $40 million GO bond to fund capital investments (such as streets, sidewalks, bridges, information technology and public safety infrastructure, and deferred maintenance at Memorial Auditorium).

Watch these programs for the facts you need before you cast your ballot:

Burlington Special Election Discussion 11/18/2021

Bond Proposals, Midterms, and 2022 - 11/09/2021

Andrew Champagne talks about the bond proposals going before the voters in Burlington's upcoming December 7 election. He also reflects on the midterm elections, Covid-19 in Vermont, and 2022.


Net Zero Revenue Bond Discussion with Darren Springer 10/27/2021
Darren Springer, the General Manager of Burlington Electric, joins the Mayor to discuss the proposed Net Zero Revenue Bond which is before voters now for the special December 7th election. 

Capital Plan and More 09/22/2021
In this episode, Mayor Weinberger discusses the capital plan, the south end construction coordination plan that was recently approved by the council, and the Administrations proposed GO bond.


Burlington Wards 4 and 7 NPA Meeting 09/22/2021
Use the Clickable Agenda to find a Q&A for the BED Bond.


Net Zero Revenue Bond presentations were made at multiple Burlington Neighborhood Planning Assembly (NPA) meetings this fall. Look for your Ward's NPA here.


Mayor Weinberger Provides Briefing on Capital Plan 09/13/2021
Mayor Miro Weinberger provides a briefing on the City’s Capital Plan and proposed general obligation bonds. 

For more information about the Special Election, visit www.burlingtonvt.gov/CT/Elections/December-7-Special-Election