Land surveyors are out in the field nearly every day. Chances are you’ve seen us at workin your neighborhood.
As improvements are made to roadways and buildings, surveyors have become an integral part of the development process.
Our members are actively involved in preserving historic maps, surveys, and documents as an investment in the state’s future.
Land surveyors conduct their work year-round, a testament to the profession’s commitment to the outdoors.
If you’re looking for a surveyor to complete a job in Vermont, or if you have a surveying question, you can search by county for members who are actively licensed in Vermont. Just click on the county name to begin.
Are you interested in becoming a professional surveyor? Since surveying is becoming more technologically advanced every day, most states require a degree and an internship to become a practicing surveyor.
The Vermont Society of Land Surveyors will hold its 52nd annual conference September 14 & 15 at the Killington Grand Resort and Conference Center. Topics will include OPUS and FEMA regulations, plus Tech Time.