The Alburg – Noyan border crossing is a very quiet port of entry that connects the town of Alburgh, Vermont to the village of Noyan Quebec. This crossing is one of the slowest in the state of Vermont with fewer than 20 vehicles passing through each day.
The CBP and CBSA share a joint facility right on the boundary line that was built in 1992. It was the first of its kind. It is also the only one that is located east of the Great Lakes.
Hours of Operations & Wait Times
The US port of entry is open 24/7 to all vehicles. The Canadian port of entry is also open to passenger vehicles 24/7. Commercial vehicles, however, are limited to weekdays from 8 am to 5 pm except on holidays. Delays rarely occur at the Alburg – Noyan border crossing. Travelers can get the CanBorder app or the CBP Border Wait Times app on Google Play or iTunes if they wish to monitor current wait times at this port while on the road.
Weather, Traffic & Road Conditions
Traffic is extremely light at the Alburg – Noyan border crossing as this is one of least traveled port in Vermont. Travelers can get traffic information in the New England area, specifically on the roads of Vermont, by visiting the New England 511 website or following the Twitter account @511VT.
Visitors to Quebec can also check the traffic and road conditions in the province by using the Quebec 511. The information is accessible via a telephone service (1-888-355-0511), a mobile app, and the Twitter account @Qc511_Mtl.
Contact & Directions for Your Trip
To get more information about crossing the border at the Alburg – Noyan port of entry, travelers can use the phone numbers below to call the customs officials at this location. To reach this crossing, travelers can use the map and directions below as their guide.
Find Directions to the Border Crossing on the Map
Address & Phone Numbers
- U.S.: Border Road, Alburgh, Vermont 05440
- US Customs: (802) 796-3703
- Canada:6 Route 225, Noyan QC J0J 1B0
- Canadian Customs: (514) 294-2851
Things to Know About the Alburg – Noyan Border Crossing:
- Alburgh is a geographical oddity; it is one of only six locations that are both not an island and not directly connected to the 48 contiguous states by land. Unlike the others, however, Alburgh is not an exclave. Several bridges connect Alburgh to other parts of the US including a bridge to Rouses Point, New York on US Route 2.
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