State publishes wi-fi hot spot map

The State of Vermont has published a map showing public “hot spots” of wi-fi availability.

Broadband Internet access is an important resource for remote learning and working from home but may not be readily available to all residents. The Public Service Department has prepared a map of public buildings in Vermont where WiFi with access to the internet is publicly available. These sites are accessible at all hours from a parked vehicle on the road or parking lot.  As a safety precaution, we discourage users from entering the premises or congregating outside.  These sites should be accessed from within a parked vehicle. This information was compiled through an email survey of schools, libraries, and town offices conducted in March 2020.

Public Hotspot Map

On the map, buildings are depicted in four colors, as shown in the legend in the upper right of the page.

  • Green: public
  • Yellow: password required
  • Red: none
  • Black: possible

The PSD will continue to update this map as new information is received. If a password for the WiFi network was provided, you can view it by clicking on the icon. If you manage one of these sites and would like to update the information please email us at

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