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Town Hall
Directory, Town Clerk, BET, RTM, Public RFP's & RFB's, Parking Permits, Voter Registration

Beaches, Parks & Playgrounds, Youth & Adult Programs, Special Events & Concert Schedules, Senior Center, Rules for Mooring and Anchoring, Greenwich Harbormaster, Waterways Management Study Pictures

Town Facilities, Libraries, Senior Center, Human Resources, Community Answers, Senior Services Directory, Housing Authority, Housing Opportunities, Adopt a Pet, Connecticut Conference of Municipalities

Department of Health: Divisions, Greenwich Hospital, The Nathaniel Witherell Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, Greenwich Emergency Medical Services (GEMS)

Social Services
General Info, Adult & Family Services, Senior Services

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About Town
Ambassador at Large, Museum, Shopping, Dining & Entertainment

Land Use
Planning & Zoning Regs., Inland Wetlands, Conservation

Public Safety
Status of the Public Safety Complex, Public Health Emergency Planning, Police, Fire, Emergency Hotlines

Chamber of Commerce, Transportation, Building Requirements

Public Works
General Info., Building & Trade Permits, Recycling, Road Work, Sewers, Waste Disposal

Schools, Adult Education

Town Jobs, Public Schools

Town Government
· General Information
· Town Hall Floor Plan (Map)
· Departments
· Representative Town Meeting (RTM)
· Committees
· Boards 
· Commissions
· Town Employees
· Elected Officials
· Town Meetings 
Featured Sections of Our Site
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Community Videos
Greenwich Community Television
The Greenwich Community Covenant

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Important Notice from the Town Of Greenwich
Water Faucet
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.