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Barre Population: 9,044

Total Males: 4,398
Total Females: 4,646
Median Household Income: $40,508
Total Households: 4,133

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Brief Information About Barre


This is a town in the Washington County of Vermont. There are around 8250 people with a per capita income of about $22,000. Barre town is completely surrounded around the Barre city incorporated separately from the Barre town.

It has a total area of about 30.7 square miles, of which about 30.6 square miles is land and the rest is water. The town of Barre is quite well known for its granite quarries and this forms an important part of its economic activity. 

An important learning institution is the Barre Town Middle and Elementary School and the  Spaulding High School is located in nearby Barre city. Inhabitants are involved with a number of economic activities.



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