The Village of Algiers is served by a municipal wastewater collection system as well as a municipal water supply system. These two utilities operate separately as described below.

Algiers Fire District #1

The Algiers Fire District #1 was created in the early 1990’s to oversee the small wastewater collection system that services the Village of Algiers. It is an independent entity from the Town of Guilford and functions as such with its own legislative body, the Prudential Committee. All those residing in the District (see map link below), who are registered voters in the Town of Guilford, constitute the voting body.  

Officers:

Michael Baker – Prudential Committee – Chair 
Ron Wells – Prudential Committee – Vice-Chair & Treasurer
Will Wohnus – Prudential Committee
Vacancy – Prudential Committee & Delinquent Collector
Dee Hurley – Prudential Committee & Clerk

For more information about the structure and governance of the AFD #1, please refer to their bylaws below:

Algiers Fire District #1 Service Map

AFD#1 BYLAWS – Amended June 2018

Algiers Water Line

The Algiers Water Line completed construction in 2013.  It is owned by the Town of Guilford, governed by the Guilford Selectboard and exclusively maintained through agreement by the Town of Brattleboro.  

For information regarding the Water Line or questions on connecting, please call:
(802) 254-6857, extension 105.