Welcome to the Village of North Troy, Vermont
North Troy has a port of entry from Canada and borders Newport to the east, Lowell to the south and Jay and Westfield to the west.
Our hamlet village is only minutes to Jay Peak Resort which offers year around amenities such as, skiing, hockey and skating rink, a huge indoor water park, fine dining and one of the best golf courses in Vermont!
Village Office of North Troy
160 Railroad St, North Troy, Vermont 05859
Phone: (802) 988-4700
Regular Hours (1/31/2022)
Monday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wed & Fri: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Tuesday & Thursday: Closed
The Village of North Troy Facts & Data:
|North Troy Vermont Physical Characteristics:The Village of North Troy has an area of 1.9 square milesLand: 1.8722196911197 Sq. Mi. (97.71%)Water: 0.04397528957529 Sq. Mi.(2.29%)The North Troy Village takes up 0.3% of the area of Orleans County.Map Location Coordinates:Latitude: +44.9963264Longitude: -072.4035004|
|North Troy, VT Climate Information:Average Temperature: 39.5°FAverage Rainfall: 64.82 inches*Based on annual average for Weather Station USC00434189 JAY PEAK
Latitude: 44.9381 Longitude: -72.5022 Elevation: 560.8 feet.
|North Troy, VT Population Data:According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the population of North Troy was 620 people, which is 2.3 % of the entire population of Orleans County.Sex:48.39% Male51.61% FemaleRace:97.419% White0.000% Black0.000% Asian0.97% American Indian/Alaskan Native0.00% Pacific Islander1.129% Mixed0.484% OtherEthnicity:99.03% Not Hispanic or Latino0.97% Hispanic or Latino|
|North Troy, VT Housing Information:Average Household Size: 2.4
Number of Residences: 301Occupied: 260 (86.38%)Vacant: 41 (13.62%)