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Lyndonville is a village in the town of Lyndon, in Caledonia County, Vermont, United States. Lyndonville's population was 1,207 at the 2010 census. It is the closest community to Lyndon State College.HistoryIn 1883, trustees purchased a hand fire engine from Franklin, New Hampshire, to start a fire fighting company. The fire department volunteers named themselves the "Tiger Fire Company No. 1" and appear in parade uniform for photos starting in 1889.In 1931, a Boston paper reported that the town had become a haven for "Rum Running Gangsters!"GeographyAccording to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 1.9sqkm, of which 1.8sqkm is land and 0.1sqkm, or 3.66%, is water, consisting of the Passumpsic River, which flows along the western edge of the village.Lyndonville is located 8mi north of St. Johnsbury and south of Newport, Vermont. U.S. Route 5 passes through the center of the village, and Interstate 91 bypasses it to the west, with access via Exit 23.GovernmentIn 2007, voters at first decided to merge with the town of Lyndon by dissolving the village government, but a re-vote rescinded this decision. Police and fire coverage are provided by the Lyndonville Volunteer Fire Department and Lyndonville Police Department that has three full-time officers as well as supplemental coverage from the Vermont State Police Lyndonville is in Northeast Kingdom. With the Inspirock international travel planner, Lyndonville and other destinations across the globe can be made central to your personalized travel plans.

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