Time in Vermont

Time in Vermont, as in all US states, is regulated by the United States Department of Transportation.[1] Vermont is in the Eastern Time Zone (ET) and observes daylight saving time (DST).

Time in Vermont
Standard time (winter)Eastern Standard Time (EST)UTC−05:00
Daylight time (summer)Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)UTC−04:00

Independent of daylight saving time, solar noon in Vermont on the March equinox is approximately 11:53 in the northeast corner of the state and 12:00 in the southwest corner. New England, which includes Vermont, is one of the few areas in the United States where solar noon is before noon.

Solar noon (independent of DST)[2]
March equinox12:0011:5711:53
June solstice11:5511:5211:48
September equinox11:4611:4311:39
December solstice11:5111:4811:44

See also

Time in New England states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont


  1. "Uniform Time". US Department of Transportation. 13 February 2015. Archived from the original on 24 August 2018. Retrieved 24 August 2018. The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) oversees the Nation's time zones and the uniform observance of Daylight Saving Time. The oversight of time zones was assigned to DOT because time standards are important for many modes of transportation.
  2. "NOAA Solar Calculator". noaa.gov. Retrieved March 9, 2019.
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