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Welcome to Burlington. We are a celebrated, vibrant, small city located on the eastern shoreline of Lake Champlain. Burlingtonians are diverse, forward-thinking citizens, surrounded by scenic beauty and recreational opportunities. We are steeped in arts and culture, and are engaged in the growth of our economy. Whether you are living in Burlington, relocating here, planning a visit, or want to grow your business or bring it to Burlington, we are glad you have found us. Let us know how we can best serve you.

- Mayor Miro Weinberger  

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Mayor Miro Weinberger and Community Partners Announce 50 Percent Decline in Opioid-Related Overdose Fatalities in Chittenden County in 2018
February 14, 2019
Chittenden County experienced a 50 percent reduction in opioid-related overdose deaths in 2018, from 35 deaths in 2017 to 17 in 2018. This reduction marks a reversal of what has previously been a steady upward trend in overdose deaths since 2014, and the total was lower than in any year since the State began publishing county-by-county results in 2013. The City, State, and nation continue to contend with the lethal effects of fentanyl and other powerful opioids, and any significant reduction in fatal overdoses is both welcome news and a cause for hope and examination.
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Image: Rendering of the plan for City Hall Park.
Mayor Miro Weinberger Responds to City Hall Park Petition, and Urges City Council to Continue to Move Forward with City Hall Park Improvements
January 16, 2019
“I urge the City Council to stay the course and continue to support a plan that will make our central public space far more green, welcoming, and accessible for future generations.”
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Mayor Miro Weinberger Calls on Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council to Ensure Impartial Investigation of Vermont Police Academy Training Practices
January 11, 2019
This week, Vermont Police Academy (VPA) Executive Director Richard Gauthier made public comments in response to a Burlington police officer’s lawsuit against the VPA that run counter to the findings of an investigation completed by the Burlington Police Department, and raise concerns about his ability to oversee an investigation into the harm caused by VPA’s training practices.
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Photo: Mayor Miro Weinberger and AFSCME Local 1343 President Damion Gilbert.
Mayor Miro Weinberger Announces Signing of New Four-Year Contract with AFSCME
December 20, 2018
Mayor Miro Weinberger today announced a new four-year contract between the City and City employees who are represented by Local 1343 of the American Federation of State, County, & Municipal Employees (AFSCME). The union represents more than 200 City employees who work across multiple City departments.
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