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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.
Havemeyer Field & Greenwich Common
Bolling Pl & Arch St, Greenwich, CT 06830
Havemeyer Field & Greenwich Common refers to the open space that stretches from behind the administrative officeMore building of the Board of Education to Town Hall.

Greenwich Common, the green space next to Greenwich Avenue, as well as the playground and athletic field are open to the public. A large evergreen there serves as the town's Christmas tree at the annual lighting.

Use of the fenced-in Havemeyer Field behind Town Hall requires a permit from the Department of Parks & Recreation.
Greenwich Emergency Medical Service
1111 East Putnam Ave, Riverside, CT 06878
Greenwich Emergency Medical Service is an emergency and ambulatory service for the Town of Greenwich. This is aMore non-profit organization. Pre-hospital medical care is available to Greenwich residents. 
Augustana Homes of Greenwich
1040 E Putnam Ave, Riverside, CT 06878
The Augustana Homes of Greenwich is a community apartment complex on East Putnam Ave. The homes were built by the BoardMore of Augustana Homes of Greenwich in 1984 with the help of the US Department of Housing and Development and the Town of Greenwich. The project was overseen by then board president, Bishop Walter William Curtis.
Housing Authority Town of Greenwich Administrative Offices
249 Milbank Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Housing Authority of Greenwich has been serving the Greenwich area since 1946 and provides affordable housing forMore seniors and families of any ethnic or economic background. It oversees 761 housing units located across 15 properties that consist of condominiums, scattered-site housing, developments and the Parsonage Cottage.  
Executive Offices of Greenwich
270 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830
Executive Offices of Greenwich is a family-owned property management company that has been leasing 28 onsite offices toMore professionals such as doctors, writers, brokers and executives in the town for more than 30 years. Tenants have 24-hour secure access.
Information Technology Department
101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Information Technology Department provides technological strategies, tools and services to meet the business andMore 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.
Greenwich Democratic Town Committee
101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830

The Greenwich Democratic Town Committee, the official local organization of Greenwich Democrats, is responsible forMore the nomination and endorsement of candidates at the local, state and national levels. It also raises funds to support campaigns and committee events.

The GDTC is made up of about 85 members, each of whom serve a two-year term. Membership is open to any registered Democrat. Meetings are typically held on Wednesdays at 8pm in the Town Hall meeting room.

Greenwich Post
124 W Putnam Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Greenwich Post is a weekly newspaper published by Hersam Acorn Newspapers. The publication is free forMore Greenwich residents; subscriptions are available for out-of-town readers.

The entire content of the newspaper is available online within two weeks of publication.

For the latest Greenwich Post news, visit the newspaper's website to sign up for breaking news alerts, and follow @greenwichpost on Twitter.
Department of Planning and Zoning
101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830
The nine-person Department of Planning and Zoning serves to "conserve, preserve and develop" the Town of Greenwich. TheMore 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.
Commission on Aging
299 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Commission on Aging has been serving Greenwich elders since 1975. The volunteer agency, which operates out of theMore 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.
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