Office of the Town Clerk 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 As the town's official recording agency, the Office of the Town Clerk is responsible for recording, indexing and…More preserving the Greenwich's valuable permanent records and statistics, such as marriages, births and deaths, ordinances and resolutions, recreational licenses and all documents related to ownership of real estate.
Registrar of Voters 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 Registrar of Voters is responsible for conducting all elections, primaries and referenda. The office is responsible for…More voter education and registration, as well as the maintenance of the town's voter records. It is responsible for the annual canvass of electors and the hiring and training of poll workers. It is governed by the Connecticut General Statutes and compensated by the Town of Greenwich.
Information Technology Department 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The Information Technology Department provides technological strategies, tools and services to meet the business and…More information needs of the Town of Greenwich. Located on the ground floor of Greenwich's beautiful Town Hall, Director Boris Hutorin ensures the town is technologically up to date. Check the website for the most current systems, services and downloads available.
Human Resources Department 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The Department of Human Resources handles employment and all personnel matters for the town. Its staff provides…More information to town employees, retirees and the public.
Purchasing and Administrative Services Department 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The Purchasing and Administrative Services Department provides centralized purchasing and warehousing services, and…More reports to the First Selectman. The department is responsible for all purchasing, administrative services and telecommunications activities necessary for proper operation of the general town government.
The Finance Department is responsible for administering financial policies and procedures, maintaining of the town's…More fiscal condition and consulting department heads on financial affairs.</p>
<p>The department is managed by the town's Chief Comptroller and is made up of the accounting, budgeting and systems, internal audit, risk management, treasury and workers' compensation bureaus.</p>
Commission on Aging 299 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT06830 The Commission on Aging has been serving Greenwich elders since 1975. The volunteer agency, which operates out of the…More town's senior center, coordinates services and provides information catering to the needs of the elderly. Members of the commission are nominated by the Board of Selectmen, and after appointment by the Representative Town Meeting, serve three-year terms.
Department of Parks and Recreation 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The Department of Parks and Recreation provides, protects and supports the town's green spaces and recreational…More 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.
Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Department 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The department of Greenwich Inland Wetlands and Watercourses is dedicated to the protection, preservation and…More maintenance of the town's inland wetlands and watercourses. The agency meets twice a month.
Emergency Preparedness Department 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The Emergency Preparedness Office oversees all planning and preparedness efforts for the town. The office coordinates…More with municipal departments and private organizations to plan response efforts for incidents of mass casualty, disaster or bioterrorism, should it occur in or near Greenwich.
Labor Relations Department 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The Labor Relations Department negotiates and administers all bargaining agreements between the Town of Greenwich and…More all employee organizations representing Town employees and non-certified staff at the Board of Education. Alfred C. Cava acts as the town's First Selectman, negotiating collective bargaining under Connecticut's Municipal Employee Relations Act (MERA).
First Selectman's Office 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The First Selectman is the full-time chief executive officer of the town. He or she is responsible for the…More administration of the following departments: Fire, Parks & Recreation, Fleet, Police Human Resources, Public Works Information Technology, Purchasing & Administration, Parking Services and Law.
Department of Parking Services 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The Department of Parking Services manages all municipal parking in Greenwich. The department was founded in 2004 at the…More 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.
Probate Court 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The Greenwich Probate Court is one of 117 probate districts in Connecticut, located in the Greenwich Town Hall. Judges…More are elected to four-year terms. The court deals with a variety of matters including, but not limited to, the admission of wills, the supervision of estates and trusts, name changes and custody rights.
Department of Planning and Zoning 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The nine-person Department of Planning and Zoning serves to "conserve, preserve and develop" the Town of Greenwich. The…More department coordinates with Greenwich residents, local businesspeople and all town hall departments, especially the Planning and Zoning Commission, to ensure that local land use conforms to local regulations and to ensure zoning regulations and procedures are fair and beneficial.
Greenwich Town Hall 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 Greenwich Town Hall is the main government building.
The first floor houses the offices of the First…More Selectman, Town Clerk, Tax Assessor and Tax Collector, Human Resources, Retirement and the Registrars of Voters, the Probate Court and the Community Development Department.<br /><br />Departments of Land Use, Parks and Recreation, Public Works and Finance are located on the second floor. <br /><br />Parking Services and the Health Laboratory are located on the ground floor.<br /><br />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.
Banksville Independent Fire Company 33 Bedford Banksville Rd, Bedford, NY10506 Banksville Independent Fire Department is a volunteer organization that straddles state lines. The department serves…More both Connecticut and New York and is chartered in Greenwich as a "helper" company. The firehouse is the seventh of eight stations that serve the town of Greenwich.
Greenwich Fire Department 75 Holly Hill Ln, Greenwich, CT06830 Protecting and preserving the town from the ravages of fire is the Greenwich Fire Department, a combination of…More professional volunteers and uniformed career fire fighters who respond to more than 4,000 emergency calls each year. The department operates out of eight firehouses and draws upon the help of about 250 firefighters.
The Department of Public Works 309 Taconic Rd, Greenwich, CT06831 The Department of Public Works is responsible for all matters regarding the construction, development and maintenance of…More the town's physical properties, barring school property. The department also provides technical and engineering services to municipal agencies.
Established in 1903, the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company has served the Town of Greenwich for more than a century.…More Volunteers operate out of Station 4 and undergo 300 hours of training each year. </p>
<p>The Greenwich Fire Department is a combination of professional volunteers and uniformed career fire fighters who respond to more than 4,000 emergency calls each year. The department operates out of eight firehouses and draws upon the help of some 250 firefighters. </p>
Founded 1876, the Amogerone Volunteer Fire Company is the oldest volunteer fire company in Greenwich. Also known as…More HQ, the fire company serves the central district of town from its location in the heart of downtown.</p>
<p>The Greenwich Fire Department is a combination of professional volunteers and uniformed career fire fighters who respond to over 4,000 emergency calls each year. The department operates out of eight firehouses and draws upon the help of some 250 firefighters. </p>
The Board of Education is an elected body that serves to maintain and improve the town's public school system. The…More bipartisan board is made up of eight members, each serving a four year term.</p>
<p>Each November, the board elects three members to serve as chairman, vice chairman and secretary. The board meets weekly during the school year and on special occasions during the summer months.</p>
Greenwich Police Department 101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The Greenwich Police Department serves the town under direction of Chief David Ridberg.
The Department…More consists of three divisions. Uniformed patrol and the K-9 Unit comprise the Patrol Division; narcotics, special victims, forensic investigation and the court liaison comprise the Detective Division; and the Department's Operations Division includes its emergency communications center and marine, traffic and domestic violence units. <br /> <br /> In the 2008-09 fiscal year, Greenwich police respond to nearly 46,000 calls for service.
Greenwich Community Television Channel 79 is the town's government access TV channel. It is available to all…More Greenwich residents via Cablevision.</p>
<p>The station began in 2003 with a grant from Cablevision and provides residents with unedited coverage of Town Hall meetings, lectures and special events.</p>
<p>GCTV also produces a number of locally relevant shows, including "A Conversation With," "To Your Health" and "Inside Greenwich Real Estate." <br /><br />The station is run entirely by volunteers and managed by the GCTV Committee as appointed by the Board of Selectmen.<br /><br />A weekly programming schedule is available online, and QuickTime files of recent Town Hall coverage is available for free download.</p>
<p>To post an announcement on the GCTV bulletin, which runs between programs, contact the Department of Administrative Services at the number provided.</p>