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Residential Parking in Greenwich

The Town of Greenwich has designated specific residential streets for residential restricted only parking. The designated streets prohibits non-residents from parking on-street without a residential decal. View streets in the Greenwich Residential Parking Program.

Residential parking zones are clearly marked with street signs. Permit holders are still subject to all other posted regulations in their zone, including no parking on Town property for more than 24 hour consecutive hours, restricted parking for street sweeping or snow plowing, when applicable, no standing, stopping or fire hydrant restricted areas. The violation for parking in a residential parking zone without a permit is $55.00, the fine doubles after 15 days and triples after 30 days.


Apply for a Residential Parking Permit

Complete an application and mail it to the Department of Parking Services with a photocopy of registration and filing fee ($10.00, non-refundable fee). Find Additional information below on submission documentation.

If Your Car Is Registered At The Permit Address

For cars registered at the permit address, the following must be completed:

  1. Complete the application (can be obtain at the Dept. of Parking Services).
  2. Attach a photocopy of the vehicle registration. (registration must have your name and be registered at the permit address)
  3. Enclose a $12 check.
  4. Mail to: Town of Greenwich 
  5. Parking Services - Residential Parking Permits
    Town of Greenwich
    101 Field Point Rd
    Greenwich, CT 06830

Each household is allowed up to 2 visitor permits.


If Your Car Is Registered Within Connecticut But Not At The Permit Address

For cars registered within Connecticut but not at the permit address, the following must be completed:

  1. Complete the application (can be obtained at the Dept. of Parking Services)
  2. Attach a photocopy of the vehicle registration.
  3. Attach 2 proofs of current address (lease, deed and/or utility bill (qualifying utility bill is gas, electric or water)).
  4. Attach slip from Tax Collector’s Office.
  5. Enclose a $12 check.
  6. Mail to:   
  7. Parking Services- Residential Parking Permits
    Town of Greenwich
    101 Field Point Rd
    Greenwich, CT 06830

Each household is allowed up to 2 visitor permits.


If Your Car Is Registered Outside Of Connecticut

For cars registered outside of Connecticut, the following must be completed:

  • Bring vehicle registration to the Assessor’s Office, Town Hall, 101 Field Point Rd (1st Floor) and then pay property tax at the Tax Collector’s Office (same address).
    1. Complete the application.
    2. Attach a photocopy of the vehicle registration.
    3. Attach 2 proofs of Greenwich residence (lease, deed and/or utility bill (qualifying utility bill is gas, electric or water)).
    4. Attach slip from Tax Collector’s Office.
    5. Enclose $12 check.
    6. Mail to:   
    7. Parking Services - Residential Parking Permits
      Town of Greenwich
      101 Field Point Rd
      Greenwich, CT 06830

Each household is allowed up to 2 visitor permits.

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Important Notice from the Town Of Greenwich
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The Town of Greenwich Board of Selectmen adopted new water restrictions that focus on restricting water use for outdoor irrigation and are in keeping with the Emergency Water Supply Order recently issued by the CT Department of Public Health. The new restrictions recognize that reservoir levels are improving but are still below average.