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Public Records

Public Access to Department of Public Service Records

The Department of Public Service (PSD) is an agency within the Executive Branch of Vermont state government and is charged with representing the public interest in energy, telecommunications, water and wastewater utility matters.

The mission of the PSD is to serve all citizens of Vermont through public advocacy, planning, programs, and other actions that meet the public's need for least cost, environmentally sound, efficient, reliable, secure, sustainable, and safe energy, telecommunications, and regulated utility systems in the state for the short and long term.

Under Vermont's Public Records Law, the Department of Public Service (PSD) must provide the public with access to its records, unless the records are protected from disclosure under specific exemption in the law.

To submit a new request for PSD records under the Public Records Law, please contact Carol Flint, Public Records Officer, via email or by writing to:

Vermont Department of Public Service
Carol Flint
Freedom of Information Act/Public Records Officer
112 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05620-2601

Statewide Public Records Requests Database

The Secretary of Administration is required to periodically publish data detailing statewide requests for public records. The Agency of Administrations's database lists statewide public records requests.