Town Hall

Town Resources

Town Clerk
Carmella Budkins
101 Field Point Rd, 1st Fl
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Greenwich-Town Clerk

The Town Clerk’s office in Greenwich is the official State recording agency for the town. This includes all documents related to ownership of real property, vital statistics records, and different types of licenses. Carmella’s office is located in Greenwich’s Town Hall on the 1st floor. Office Hours are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Tax Assessor
Lauren Elliott
101 Field Point Rd, 1st Fl
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Greenwich-Assessor

Greenwich’s Tax Assessor is Lauren Elliott. The Assessor’s main objective is to ensure that all taxable property located within Greenwich is assessed according to CT State law, so that all assessments are fair and equitable. To accomplish this objective, the Assessor’s Office is in charge of discovering, listing, and valuing all property within Greenwich. This includes Real Estate, Motor Vehicle, and Personal Property. All property is assessed at 70 percent of fair market value. Assessments occur October 1 every year. Lauren’s office is located in Greenwich’s Town Hall on the 1st floor. Office Hours are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Greenwich-Tax Collector

Planning and Zoning Department
Katie DeLuca
101 Field Point Rd, 2nd Fl
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Greenwich-Planning Zoning

The Planning and Zoning Department is tasked with a wide range of responsibilities. These include: preparing a long-range plan for future development and recommendations for the most desirable use of the land within Town, regulating zoning standards, reviewing of coastal site applications, subdivisions, re-subdivisions, site plans, municipal improvement requests, rezoning applications, and more. To see a more complete list please visit their website linked above. The director of the Planning and Zoning Department in Greenwich is Katie DeLuca. Her office is located in Greenwich’s Town Hall on the 2nd floor. Office Hours are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Department
Patricia Sesto
101 Field Point Rd, 2nd Fl
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Greenwich-Wetlands

The purpose of the Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Department is to protect the citizens of Greenwich by making provisions for the protection, preservation, and maintenance of use of the inland wetlands and watercourses. The wetlands and watercourses are an indispensable, irreplaceable, and fragile natural resource with which the citizens of Greenwich and the State have been endowed. The department reviews all developmental activities proposed within and adjacent to inland wetland and watercourse areas at regular monthly meetings held on the fourth Monday of each month. The director of the Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Department is Patricia Sesto. Her office is located in Greenwich’s Town Hall on the 2nd floor. Office Hours are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Department of Parks and Recreation
Joseph Siciliano
101 Field Point Rd, 2nd Fl
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Greenwich-Parks Recreation

The mission of the Department of Parks and Recreation is to establish a standard of excellence in Greenwich’s parks, programs, and facilities. This encourages diverse recreational opportunities and the preservation of natural resources in town. The director of the Parks and Recreation Department is Joseph Siciliano. His office is located in Greenwich’s Town Hall on the 2nd floor. Office Hours are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Building Inspection
101 Field Point Rd, 2nd Fl
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Greenwich-Building Inspection

The Building Inspection Division enforces the Connecticut State Building Code and issues permits for a wide variety of activities. You can find out which activities require permits and apply for them by visiting their website. If you have any construction activity or code questions, the Building Inspection Division is the place to go to find the answers. The division’s official is William Marr. The office is located in Town Hall, on the 2nd floor. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. or by appointment.

Highways Division
101 Field Point Rd, 2nd Fl
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Greenwich-Highway Roadway

The Highways Division is responsible for a wide variety of tasks including, the maintenance, repair, construction, and replacement of our public highways, sidewalks, and storm drain infrastructures. The division also takes care of street cleaning, snow and ice removal from public roadways, sidewalks, and parking lots. Additionally, they install and maintain traffic control devices. If there is an issue with a traffic sign or signal, please report it to the Highways Division. To see a complete list of their responsibilities, please visit their website. The Highway Superintendent is Joseph Roberto. The office is located on the 2nd floor of Town Hall, and is open Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Probate Court
101 Field Point Rd, 2nd Fl
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Greenwich-Probate Court


The Greenwich Probate Court was established by the General Assembly on July 4, 1853. Major responsibilities include probating wills and the administration of estates, determining title to real and personal property, granting name changes, division of property, and plenty more. To see a complete list, please visit their website. The Greenwich Probate Court seeks to serve the citizens of our town and to secure an efficient, fast, and economical handling of all personal and family matters within its jurisdiction. The Probate Judge is David Hopper, and the Court is located in Town Hall. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 am. - 4:00 p.m.

Greenwich Library
101 W Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Greenwich Library

The Greenwich Library provides free and convenient access to information while promoting the love of reading and research, and the happiness of lifelong learning. It offers a welcoming place for people to gather and share experiences. The Library seeks to serve as the cultural and intellectual crossroads of the community. The Greenwich Library was recently named a five-star library by Library Journal for the tenth year in a row.

Byram Shubert Library
21 Mead Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Greenwich Library-Byram Shubert

The Byram Shubert Library is a branch of the Greenwich Library. It is the cultural and educational social center that serves Byram and Western Greenwich. The library has a collection of popular materials for adults, children, and young adults. They also have a Spanish Language adult and children’s collection, and their periodicals include local and national newspapers and magazines in English and Spanish.

Cos Cob Library
5 Sinawoy Road
Greenwich, CT 06807
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Greenwich Library-Cos Cob

The Cos Cob Library is a great community center. It contains over 40,000 materials including books, movies, CDs, and magazines. Wifi is available throughout the library and there are 12 public computers available for use. The Community Room showcases art throughout most of the year and is available for local meetings and programs. The library runs several storytime and craft programs for children, informative lectures for adults, author visits, and much more.

Perrot Memorial Library
90 Sound Beach Avenue
Old Greenwich, CT 06870
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Perrot Library

Perrot Memorial Library is a private institution owned by the Perrot Library Association. It is affiliated with the larger Greenwich Public Library System. The library is located in Old Greenwich, which comprises the eastern portion of Greenwich. It has a collection of approximately 31,000 adult books and 29,000 children’s books, as well as over 2,200 music CDs, and 1,500 audiobooks.

Health Department
101 Field Point Rd, 3rd Fl
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Greenwich Health Department

The purpose of the Greenwich Health Department is to protect, improve, and promote the health of Greenwich Residents. Some of the services provided by the Department of Health include: child and adult routine immunizations, lab tests, nursing care in people’s homes, distributing important information regarding public health, health policies, health resources, and education. The Director of the Health Department is Caroline Calderone Baisley. The department’s office is located on the 3rd floor of Town Hall. Hours of operation are Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Please see a few resources below.

Random Testing
Lead FAQ
Carbon Monoxide FAQ
Mold and Mildew Brochure
Laboratory Services Overview

Parks & Athletic Fields

Bruce Park
Bruce Park Drive
Greenwich, Ct 06830

Bruce Park is close to downtown Greenwich and features a large playground for children. Most of the park is built on soft asphalt, so no need to worry about falls. Many families take advantage of the proximity to Bruce Museum (just across the street) to spend the day enjoying both places.

Montgomery Pinetum
Bible St,
Cos Cob, CT 06807

Montgomery Pinetum features beautiful trails surrounded by dense forest, and is perfect for those who love mountain biking, hiking, or casual walks. The park is surrounded by scenic streams and ponds, making it a lovely place to take in nature while not having to travel far from home.

Byram Park
4 Ritch Ave W
Greenwich, CT 06830

Head over to Byram Park to take a swim in Greenwich’s only outdoor public pool. Tennis courts are available for use, and there’s plenty of open space to practice different types of sports.

Grass Island Dog Park
Grass Island Rd
Greenwich, CT 06830

This is the only park in Greenwich where dogs have free run, and have plenty of room to do it. Best of all is that the park has a separate area just for smaller dogs, so no need to worry about the size of your pet. All are welcome here!

To see a complete list of all parks and athletic fields in Greenwich, please visit:
Greenwich Facilities

For the Ferry Schedule, Parking passes, and Tennis info:

2019 Park & Tennis Pass Application
2019 Summer in Greenwich Brochure