Land surveyors are out in the field nearly every day. Chances are you’ve seen us at work in 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.
To keep our members informed, we will post any news related to the coronavirus here. This includes VSLS event changes or changes at the state level.
Are you interested in becoming a land surveyor? In Vermont, surveyors must be licensed by the state, so there are several criteria they need to meet combining education and experience.
Are you considering hiring a land surveyor, but you’re not sure if you need one? Watch this short video to learn more about the work of land surveyors and how they can help you.