Station #3, a volunteer fire fighting and rescue operation, serving Greenwich since 1891.
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BYRAM VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTLearn More
ROUND HILL VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY, INC.Learn More
Station #6, an all-volunteer fire company which began operations out of a cow barn in 1948. It is a nonprofit organization.
NORTH STREET FIRE STATIONLearn More
Station #8, serves Greenwich, primarily back country. It is all professional,but volunteers from other stations may be called upon to respond as needed.
FUNERAL CONSUMER ALLIANCE OF CONNECTICUT, INC.Learn More
A non-profit, non-sectarian, all volunteer organization founded in 1997. They are dedicated solely to providing information on end-of-life decisions. They are affiliated with the national Funeral Consumers Alliance, which coordinates over 150 State and local groups. FCA has forms to deal with issues including living wills, financial organization, and body, organ and tissue donation. They have information on […]
GREENWICH DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONLearn More
The Department of Parks and Recreation, consists of four divisions, RECREATION (sports listed separately), MARINE and FACILITY OPERATIONS, PARKS AND TREES and the GRIFFITH E HARRIS GOLF COURSE.
GREENWICH REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEELearn More
Official organization of the Republican Party of the Town of Greenwich, responsible for nominating candidates to municipal and state ballots, raising funds for and running various election campaigns, and producing slates of delegates for party conventions.
GREENWICH TOWN HALLLearn More
The receptionist at the main entrance desk can help guide you to any of the town government divisions. This was the location of the town high school from 1926-1970.
CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTLearn More
State agency responsible for strengthening Connecticut’s competitive position in the rapidly-changing, knowledge-based global economy. The agency takes a comprehensive approach to economic development that incorporates community development, transportation, education and arts and culture. The Department of Economic and Community Development devises and implements strategies that help businesses grow and succeed, revitalize communities and neighborhoods, and […]
GREENWICH POLICE DEPARTMENTLearn More
Town police department with about 70 officers. Greenwich Police Divisions include; Administration, Uniform Services, Criminal Investigation, Traffic, Marine, Animal Control & Adoption, E-911 Communications Center, K-9 Unit, Domestic Violence and Community and Police Partnership – CAPP. Click here for ANIMAL CONTROL .
COS COB VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY / FIRE POLICE PATROLLearn More
Station #2 was founded in 1922 is a volunteer fire company. It is augmented by career staff on duty 24 hours.
CONNECTICUT REPRESENTATIVE, LIVVY FLORENLearn More
The Honorable Representative Floren, a Republican, represents the 149th district (which covers western and backcountry Greenwich and part of north Stamford) in the Connecticut House of Representatives. First elected in 2001. Representative Floren is the Assistant Republican Leader of the House.
GREENWICH DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION – TENNIS PROGRAMSLearn More
The Town offers summer tennis courts, lessons, clinics, tournaments and social round robins on its 34 all-weather courts located throughout the town at 11 locations; BINNEY PARK, BRUCE PARK, BYRAM SHORE PARK, CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL, CHRISTIANO PARK, EASTERN GREENWICH CIVIC CENTER, EASTERN MIDDLE SCHOOL, GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL, LOUGHLIN AVE. PARK, WESTERN MIDDLE SCHOOL AND PEMBERWICK PARK. Public […]