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Greenwich Point Conservancy
PO Box 377, Old Greenwich, CT 06870
Greenwich Point Conservancy works in tandem with the town of Greenwich, primarily the Department of Parks andMore Recreation, to restore and preserve historic structures and other elements of Greenwich Point. The organization was established in 2003 and hosts Beach Ball, an annual fundraiser for restorations.
Nassau Point Investors
9 Greenwich Office Park, Greenwich, CT 06831
Nassau Point Investors is a private investment firm. Please call ahead.
Department of Parking Services
101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Department of Parking Services manages all municipal parking in Greenwich. The department was founded in 2004 at theMore suggestion of a 2002 study of the town's municipal parking. The department consolidates resources and responsibilities previously assigned to police, and members of the public works and finance departments. 
Greenwich Point Marina
Tods Driftway & Shore Rd, Old Greenwich, CT 06870

Greenwich Point Marina in Greenwich Point Park is one of the town's four public marinas open to those residents withMore a valid permit, from April 15 through November 15 each year.

The marina has mooring space for about 250 boats up to 36 feet long, and having drafts of up to seven feet deep.

Winter storage for boats is available at all marinas from September 1 through June 1. Rack storage for 250 kayaks, canoes and small vessels is also available.

Further information on moorings and required permits is available on the Department of Parks and Recreation website.

Rock Point Investment
1 Park Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830
Rock Point Investment is an investment firm operating in Greenwich, Connecticut. The company seeks investments inMore sectors that are projected to have substantial growth and add to the investment by providing competitive advantages offered by the Saudi industrial sector. 
Roger Sherman Baldwin Park
100 Arch St, Greenwich, CT 06830
Roger Sherman Baldwin Park is a real treasure for Greenwich residents. The waterfront park boasts some of the best viewsMore of Greenwich Harbor and Long Island Sound, making it a favorite for area landscape photographers. The 6.3-acre park is largely green space. Weeping willows provide shade for picnickers and concertgoers during the summer months.

Also located in the park is the Ferry Terminal, where tickets are sold in summer for rides to Island Beach and Great Captain's Island. 

The park is named after Roger Sherman Baldwin, a town leader who served the Board of Estimate and Taxation for 29 years and influenced the purchase of Greenwich Point.
Greenwich Town Hall
101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830
Greenwich Town Hall is the main government building.

The first floor houses the offices of the FirstMore Selectman, Town Clerk, Tax Assessor and Tax Collector, Human Resources, Retirement and the Registrars of Voters, the Probate Court and the Community Development Department.

Departments of Land Use, Parks and Recreation, Public Works and Finance are located on the second floor.

Parking Services and the Health Laboratory are located on the ground floor.

The Town Hall Meeting Room and a few smaller conference rooms host many of the town's public meetings, including those of the Representative Town Meeting, Board of Selectman, Board of Finance and the Planning and Zoning Commission.
Department of Parks and Recreation
101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Department of Parks and Recreation provides, protects and supports the town's green spaces and recreationalMore facilities and programs. The department oversees the operations of four divisions: Recreation, Marine and Facility Operations, Parks and Trees and the Griffith E. Harris Golf Course. 
Greenwich Point
Tods Driftway & Shore Rd, Old Greenwich, CT 06870

Also known as Tod's Point, Greenwich Point is a popular recreational park on a peninsula into Long Island Sound.

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The parcel is named after former owner and Scottish merchant banker, J. Kennedy Tod, who transformed the coastal property into a grand estate. In 1945 when Tod died, the Town bought the parcel or $550,000 and remodeled the mansion into apartments for returning veterans.

Today, the park's sandy beaches and waterfront location make it a popular spot for sunbathing, swimming, fishing, boating and water sports. Lifeguards are on duty daily from 10am - 6pm from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

On land, a network of trails leads along the coastline; maps are available at the Bruce Museum.

The space is open to residents from 6am - sunset daily, though Park/Beach Passes are required from May 1 through October 31.

Dogs are not allowed during the summer months and must be leashed during the winter.

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