b'20SSTPCONTINUEDSSTPYearTotal Registrations Resident Registration Non-Resident Registration Total TMAs2001-02 39,072 28,850 10,222 39,2032002-03 42,407 31,016 11,391 45,2392003-04 40,136 29,166 10,970 38,5342004-05 37,729 27,272 10,457 32,1762005-06 34,747 25,129 9,618 26,0012006-07 33,027 23,525 9,502 26,8962007-08 35,343 25,210 10,133 34,5492008-09 34,159 24,128 10,031 32,4642009-10 32,325 22,591 9,734 31,9922010-11 31,396 21,924 9,472 32,0802011-12 22,930 20,407 2,523 22,9302012-13 25,238 17,170 8,068 23,7762013-14 23,898 16,235 7,663 23,3042014-15 23,565 16,072 7,493 23,4022015-16 19,778 13,337 6,617 17,992 (not including replacements/transfers)2016-17 21,462 14,502 6,960 20,215 (not including replacements/transfers or volunteer)2017-18 20,730 14,119 6,611 19,998 (not including replacements/transfers or volunteer)2018-2019 20,750 14,265 6,485 21,271 (not including replacements/transfers/lost or volunteer)$69,806 was spent on Law Enforcement through0, Frenchie Drag: 0, Capital Repairs: 12, Rescue the Vermont Sheriffs Association, Vermont StateBoggan: 0).Police and Vermont Department of Fish & WildlifeAverage age of a Class I piece of equipment on the during the 2018-2019 snowmobile season. ThereSSTS is a 2005 (14 years old).were approximately $12,903 in fines issued for non-compliance with various Vermont Laws.ThereVAST and the Snow Trails Conservancy/Charitable were 2,504 hours of patrols, 5,679 inspections, 188Trust continue to work with various trusts and citations issued, 490 warnings issued, 0 search andconservation groups to obtain permanent rescue missions, 1 accident investigation and 0easements on private lands. fatalities investigated.VAST is continuing its efforts to market itself The VAST Plowed Parking Area Program was abetter, and promote volunteerism, safe riding and success once again during the 2018-2019 season.snowmobiling in Vermont by attending numerous A total of 30 parking areas throughout the statepower sports shows and placing our Snowmobile were plowed under contract this past winter. Vermont Magazine in welcome centers and local Approximately $15,808 was paid out of the budgetbusinesses. The Travelers Guide continues to be a for this purpose.Each of these parking areasvaluable resource for tourists looking for winter provided riders with crucial access to the SSTS. recreation and amenities.The VAST Trails Committee and Board of DirectorsVAST has also continued to add new features and continued to monitor policies designed to helpimprove upon our electronic version of the trail the clubs and the trail Construction/Maintenance/ map or interactive map as we are calling it. This Debrushing/Grooming budgets. Policies willmap was accessible on the website as well as continue to be reviewed as necessary. through the app store for Smart Phone or Android The Spring Construction Seminar was held at thedevice. Both products were used by over 10,000 Barre Auditorium in April.The event was attendedpeople from around the world. by 161 attendees from 92 clubs. GPS Fleet Tracking Units were installed in 33 power units during the 2018-2019 snowmobile $232,240 was spent in the VAST Equipment Grant inseason.These units provided up to date grooming Aid Program and helped clubs/contractors with theinformation to the VAST office and the membership purchase of 6 New/Used Power Units.A total of 12through the interactive map. clubs/contractors were provided grant funding to make necessary capital repairs on their equipment Thanks to all of you for making this organization (Arctic Cat: 0, Polaris: 0, Ski Doo:0, John Deer:0,possible!PistenBully 1, Prinoth: 0, Tucker:3, Favero Lorenzo Snow Rabbit: 1, Geo Tracker w/tracks: 1,Mogul Master Drag: 0, Mtn. Snow Drag 0 Maxey Drag:'