Williston is becoming known as one of the fastest growing towns in the state of Vermont. Williston’s routes began in agriculture, with a very rural, farmland heavy environment. The town was settled in the late 1700s. Among Williston’s earliest settlers was Thomas Chittenden, who later became Vermont's first governor. The town’s population is quickly growing, with 9,870 people as of 2018. Just under 10 miles from Burlington, it’s quickly becoming a popular retail area, while still exuding a small town feel you come to expect in Vermont.
- Jim Sardonis’ sculpture: “Reference”, commonly known as the Whales Tails.
- Go for a hike on the 2 ½ mile long Sucker Brook Hollow Trail.
- Vermont Tap House: For our Pizza lovers.
- Grazers: For our Burger lovers.
- Bliss Bee: For yummy salads and sandwiches.
- Elementary: Allen Brook School, Williston Central School, The Bellwether School
- Middle School: Williston Central School
- High School: Champlain Valley Union High School
- Rossignol Community Park: Includes tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic tables, charcoal grills, and a playground.
- Williston Community Park: Includes volleyball courts, a soccer field, a little league field, playground, picnic tables, a disc golf course, and a skating rink for Winter use.