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Free public Wifi hotspots in Lamoille 

November 2, 2021 – Did you know there are a number of places in Lamoille that offer free, publicly accessible WiFi? The Department of Public Services assembled a list of all such locations in March 2020 and maintains a map of them on their website. All these sites are publicly accessible at all hours and are completely free to use, though some may have a (publicly available) password.  

 The DPS cautions anyone using these public WiFi services to be safe and secure while they do so. Stay in your vehicle or distance from others as a COVID-19 precaution. And as with any public internet connection, be especially careful when accessing sensitive information, such as online banking. A list of cybersecurity resources, along with a complete state map of public WiFi locations, can be found on the DPS’s website at

 The following locations in Lamoille County are listed on the Vermont Public WiFi map: 


  • Belvidere Central School 
  • Belvidere Town Clerk’s Office


  • Varnum Memorial Library (password on front door) 
  • Cambridge Town Office 
  • Cambridge Elementary School 
  • Cambridge Food Shelf and Food Bank 
  • Jeffersonville Market 
  • Deer Run Motor Inn


  • Eden Town Office 
  • Eden Central School


  • Elmore Town Office (password posted outside) 
  • Elmore United Methodist Church

Hyde Park

  • Lanpher Memorial Library 
  • Hyde Park Town Office 
  • Hyde Park Elementary School 
  • Lamoille Union High School 
  • State’s Attorney’s Office 
  • Lamoille County Public Defender 
  • Vermont Center for Independent Living


  • Johnson Public Library 
  • Johnson Town Office 
  • Johnson Elementary School 
  • Northern Vermont University – Johnson 
  • Sterling Market 
  • Maplefields


  • Morristown Centennial Library 
  • Morristown Town Hall 
  • People’s Academy / Middle School (password Respect!) 
  • Morristown Elementary School 
  • Vermont Agency of Human Services 
  • Tamarack Family Medicine 
  • Maplefields – Morrisville 
  • Maplefields – Morrisville South


  • Stowe Free Library 
  • Stowe Elementary School (password posted outside) 
  • Stowe Middle / High School 
  • Main Street Stowe Village WiFi zone (includes Black Cap Coffee & Beer, Laughing Moon Chocolates, and Maplefields) 
  • Stackpole & French Law Offices 
  • The UPS Store


  • Waterville Town Library 
  • Waterville Town Hall 
  • Waterville Elementary School (password Respect!)


  • Glee Merritt Kelley Community Library 
  • Wolcott Town Office 
  • Wolcott Elementary School 

 If you manage one of these sites and would like the information to be updated, or if you know of another site that should be included, you can submit that information through a form on the DPS webpage (see link above).  

The mission of Lamoille FiberNet Communications Union District (LFCUD) is to make locally controlled, affordable and reliable high-speed internet service available to every address in our member towns. For more info, go to


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