Follow the Stowe Public Safety Facebook page to stay up-to-date with our community’s COVID-19 response https://www.facebook.com/stowepublicsafety/. You can also find information on the Public Safety website at http://dps.stowevt.gov/covid-19/.
Stowe Community Halloween Celebrations- No Gathering
The CDC and local health officials are not advising traditional trick-or-treating as it is considered a high risk activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. People should not congregate in large groups in celebration of Halloween. The Town of Stowe will not be closing Maple Street for trick-or-treating or soliciting donations for the annual Candy Drive.
The Stowe Parks and Recreation Department has canceled the annual Halloween Party held at Stowe Elementary. Instead, Stowe Parks and Recreation will be hosting a virtual costume contest. Learn more and enter the contest here: https://forms.gle/UtGkA3fR5q2zWQQB6
CDC Safe Alternatives: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays.html
Whether you’re a local visiting our rink weekly for hockey practice and games or a visitor who has never been on the ice before, we are dedicated to providing the best recreational experience for every patron. Public Skate provides a great opportunity for the whole family to get out on the ice together. It’s a fun setting for beginners to give skating a try!
The Stowe Recreation Path is an internationally recognized greenway stretching from Stowe Village to Top Notch Resort on the Mountain Road. Residents and guests alike enjoy the 5.3 mile paved trail as it criss-crosses the West Branch of Little River. Breath-taking mountain views and access to restaurants, lodges and local businesses make the bike path one of the most popular recreation assets in Stowe.
Have a party to throw?
Stowe Parks & Recreation offers multiple fields and facilities for catering to a wide range of private events. From birthday parties to corporate meetings, the Stowe Recreation department offers private space rental for every occasion.