Forms & Publications

The Enhanced 9-1-1 System requires locatable addressing.  The Addressing Standards document was developed by the Enhanced 9-1-1 Board to provide municipalities with basic locatable addressing standards that ensure compliance.

Forms for E9-1-1 Coordinators

GIS Update
New Address Calculation
ESZ Update

The GIS Update Form allow for electronic editing and submission using Adobe Reader.

To submit a form electronically you will need Adobe Reader, which is free and can be downloaded here.

Once you have completed the form with your updates, save it using the following naming standard “TOWNNAME-DATE”; if you have multiple pages to submit on the same date add a hyphen followed by 01, 02, 03, etc. (i.e. MONTPELIER-11162009-01, MONTPELIER-11162009-02, MONTPELIER-11162009-03).

Once the updated form has been saved, you can submit it to the Enhanced 9-1-1 Board via E-Mail.


Publications for E9-1-1 Coordinators

ESite, Hydrant and Road Map Legend
Addressing Standards
Municipal Responsibilities
Coordinator Checklist
Increment Type by Town
New Site Address Calculator

Other Forms

Private Citizen Designation

Vermont Law gives telephone (land line only) customers in Vermont the opportunity to maintain the privacy of their name when making calls from their household for emergency assistance (police, fire, ambulance) using the statewide 9-1-1 system.

To be submitted by the resident to the Enhanced 9-1-1 Board.

Confidentiality Option

This form will keep the name and the street address of a property from being linked in a municipal public record.

To be submitted by the resident and filed with the Clerk of the municipality in which you reside.

E911-Disability Designation

It is helpful to emergency responders to know if someone with a disability is located at the place where an emergency is reported. The information you provide will be included only in the Enhanced 9-1-1 system database for use by emergency response or Public Safety call-taking personnel. It will not be disclosed to any other governmental agency.

To be submitted by the resident to the Enhanced 9-1-1 Board.

Premise Information Application

Premise Information is a tool in the current 9-1-1 call handling application that allows additional information to be attached to a phone record. Premise Information must relate directly to caller and/or responder safety. It is information that call-takers or responders should be aware of in order to provide the best level of service to a caller. 

To be submitted by the resident to the Enhanced 9-1-1 Board.

C.A.R.E Registration Form - See details about the CARE program here.