Verify Residency

The prerequisite for participating in all Department of Parks and Recreation offerings i.e. summer camps, youth and adult sports, facility rentals, park/beach pass, tee times, golf membership, etc., requires the establishment of a Greenwich Residency Account PLUS subsequent follow ups with the Periodic Greenwich Residency Account Renewal process to remain active.

A Greenwich Residency Account includes all members of the Greenwich household.

In order to establish a Greenwich Residency Account as well as the Periodic Greenwich Account Renewal requires the submittal of certain Acceptable Proof of Residency documents.

Acceptable proofs of residency documents:

Documents must be up-to-date and include resident name and Greenwich Address (only up-to-date listed documents are acceptable).

  • Residential lease
  • Utility bill (gas, electric, water, oil)
  • Cable bill, telephone, or Internet bill (not cell phone)
  • Credit card bill
  • Bank statement (not mortgage)
  • Driver’s license / DMV CT State ID

Establishing a Greenwich Residency Account:

  • Complete Residency Form.
  • Primary member of new account is required to provide two proofs of residency.
  • All other family members who will turn 25 years of age or older within the calendar year at time of application, are required to provide one proof of residency. Seniors who will turn 65 or older must also provide proof of age.
  • Family members under 25 years of age within the calendar year at time of application, require a copy of birth certificate, passport, or proof of guardianship on file.
  • Above documents may be submitted via Email, US Postal Mail or In-Person as described in “Methods for Submitting Greenwich Residence Documentation” below.

Once these documents are received, please allow up to 10 business days, (times vary based on current volumes) to receive a return email from our office confirming your residency documents have been verified along with your account number, and WebTrac logon instructions.

In the event that there is an issue, an email will provide further instructions.

Once residency is verified, you may access our services

Periodic Greenwich Residency Account Renewal:

Greenwich Residency renewals are required once annually during the calendar year.

Primary account holders are required to provide two proofs of residency.

Seniors are exempt from providing proof of residency while their Senior Park/Beach Passes are ACTIVE.

All other family members who will turn 25 years of age and older are required to provide one proof of residency.

NEW Family members:

  • NEW family members under 25 years of age, require a copy of birth certificate, passport, or proof of guardianship on file.
  • NEW family members over 25 years of age, require proof of residence.
  • Please submit required new member documents with a Residency Form, signed by the Primary account holder.

How Do I Submit My Greenwich Residency Account Renewal Documents?

All four options for residents to submit Greenwich Residency Account Renewal documentation listed in “Methods for Submitting Greenwich Residence Documentation” are available for your use.

Please be sure to include an email address with your documents so we may confirm your residency status.

Once these documents are received, please allow up to 10 business days, (times vary based on current volumes) to receive a return email from our office confirming your residency documents have been verified.

In the event that there is an issue, an email will provide further instructions.

Once residency is verified, you may access our services.

Methods for Submitting Greenwich Residence Documentation:

* Online (Greenwich Residency Account Renewal Only)                                           

Beginning January 1, of each year, residents with a Parks and Recreation Greenwich Residency Account may upload required proof of residency documents online.

* Email

email: [email protected]

* U.S. Postal Mail

  Department of Parks and Recreation
  Attention: Residency
  P.O. Box 3003
  Greenwich, CT 06830-3003

* In-Person

The following Parks and Recreation offices will accept Greenwich Residency documents during normal business hours:

Town Hall, Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center, Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, Dorothy Hamill Skating Rink and Griffith E Harris Golf Course.

Relocation

 If you have relocated to another address within Greenwich, please email: [email protected]. Be sure to provide your old address, your new address, a phone number, email address and a list of family members moving with you.