See Which Vermont Cities Made the List
Based on a population of at least 5,000
Methodology: We use a variety of factors to determine these rankings. To see our full methodology, click here.
Vermont is the second smallest state in the country, and has the least amount of violent crimes! The state’s largest employers include IBM and Ben & Jerry’s. If you are looking to live somewhere pleasant, Vermont would not be a bad choice as it consistently ranks in the top states for happiness, health, and intelligence. Let’s take a look at some of Vermont’s safest cities.
Of the 25 safest cities in Vermont, 20 of them received a Safety Score of at least 80! Super safe cities of Vermont include Randolph (95.31), Hartford (96), Northfield (94.15), and Swanton (92.61). The State’s Capitol, Montpelier received a safety score of 83.15. It’s a slightly bigger town than Castleton with a population of almost 8,000 in 2010. Vermont’s largest city, Burlington scored 73.11 in safety according to our list, which is pretty good considering the population is a lot larger (just over 42,000 in 2014), with all different types of people living here and passing through.