Vermont Salumi of Barre, Vermont processes and cures all-natural meat products rooted in Italian tradition and the classic salumificio. The economies of Barre City and Barre Town are diverse.  Historically, the area is known for its world class Barre granite industry that provides the finest stone products available and is home to recognized monument manufacturers and stone sculpturers.  Due to the area’s location in the center of Vermont and adjacent to Interstate 89, the Town and City hosts a number of manufacturers in the Wilson Industrial Park, and in the commercial and industrial areas of the City.

Over the past 5 years, the City’s downtown has emerged as a revitalized district of restaurants, bakeries, retail stores, professional service providers, office space, apartments, financial institutions, cultural, non-profit organizations, State government offices and the location of arts and cultural institutions.  Activities and marketing of downtown is organized Delicate Decadence, Barre VT bakery with pastries, coffee & light fare for breakfast & lunch, plus prepared meals to go by The Barre Partnership, a Main Street organization which has many members who offer services and products in Barre.

For consistency and fair comparisons with other municipalities, basic data from the U.S. Census Bureau can be found here:  This is a change from the familiar the American Fact Finder and the best way to find data is to type in either “Barre City, Vermont” or “Barre Town, Vermont” in the search bar.

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Stoneworking tools are manufactured by Trow & Holden in Barre, VT