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Montgomery is a town in Franklin County, Vermont, United States. The population as of the 2010 census was 1,201, up from 992 in 2000. In 1963, part of Avery's Gore in Franklin County became part of Montgomery, with the other section becoming part of Belvidere in Lamoille County.GeographyThe town is in eastern Franklin County, bordered to the south by Lamoille County and to the east by Orleans County. Vermont Route 118 passes through the town, leading northwest to Berkshire and south to Eden. Vermont Route 58 intersects Route 118 at Montgomery Center, leading southwest over Hazens Notch to Lowell. Vermont Route 242 also terminates at Montgomery Center, leading northeast over the Green Mountains to Jay. The higheast point in Montgomery is the 1154m summit of Big Jay, a spur of Jay Peak. Big Jay is in the northeast corner of Montgomery.According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 146.9sqkm, of which 146.7sqkm is land and 0.2sqkm, or 0.13%, is water. Nearly all of the town is drained by the Trout River, a northwest-flowing tributary of the Missisquoi River. The southeast corner of the town is drained by Calavale Brook, a tributary of the Lamoille River. Both rivers flow to Lake Champlain.
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