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MAY 1 CONDITIONS: The Board of Selectmen rescinded the water ban and adopted water restrictions on all outdoor irrigation by automatic irrigation systems and sprinkler type equipment limiting watering to 2-day per week ... Read more
Rehabilitation of Dingletwon Road Bridge to Begin in June of 2017
The Engineering Division of Public Works has announced that construction is scheduled to begin June 5, 2017 on the Dingletown Road Bridge over Rockwood Lake. Click here for the News Release with more information.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT RENT REBATE PROGRAM
Application filing period from April 1st 2017 through October 1st 2017
State law provides a program for renters who are elderly or disabled and whose annual incomes do not exceed certain limits. ... Read more
The Engineering Division of DPW will be managing construction to improve the drainage system down the center of East Putnam Avenue between Church Street and Sherwood Place. Construction is expected to begin Monday, May 22 and should last approximately 3 months. Read the Public Notice for more information.
State law requires that all classes of property be revalued at least every five years so that assessments for property tax purposes reflect fair market value – what the property would sell for in that year’s market. A physical inspection of each property also must be made at least every ten years. ... Read more
The Greenwich Department of Human Services is soliciting proposals to disburse funds to social service and behavioral health agencies for town residents through its Community Partnership Program. ... Read more
Reminder: Greenwich Household Hazardous Waste Day May 6, 2017
Reminder! Household Hazardous Waste Day is on Saturday, May 6, 2017 in the Island Beach Parking at Arch Street from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. Click Here for more information or visit the Household Hazardous Waste Day page of Public Works.
Take Steps To Prevent Lyme Disease and Other Tickborne Diseases
Lyme disease has been a public health issue in Connecticut since 1975, when it was first identified. It is the most commonly reported vector-borne disease in the U.S. In 2015 there were 228,453 confirmed and 9,616 probable cases of Lyme disease reported... Read more.