Verify Residency

Proof of Greenwich residency is required once annually for the calendar year, January through December, and is valid for all Parks and Recreation offerings.

Who Needs to Verify Residency?

Primary non-senior account holders are required to provide two proofs of residency each year. Senior primary account holders with an active Senior Park Pass are not required to verify their residency until the 2020 calendar year.

All other Family Members 25 years (including those born in 1993), and older are required to provide one proof of residency. Seniors born 1953 or before, who are applying for the first time should also provide proof of age.

Family Members under 25 years of age, require a copy of birth certificate, passport, or proof of guardianship on file.

What Do You Need to Verify Residency?

Acceptable proofs of residency

Proof of Greenwich residency, with resident name and Greenwich address. Please note - only  current documents listed will be accepted.

  • 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

 How Do I Submit My Residency Documents?

There are four options for residents to submit residency documentation: online (existing accounts only), email, postal mail and in-person (dates indicated below).  All submittals are processed in order of receipt.

Upload Online (Existing Accounts Only)

Beginning January 1, of each year, residents with a Parks and Recreation account may upload proofs online.  Once proofs are uploaded, please allow at least 7 to 10 business days, (times vary based on current volumes) to receive a return email from us confirming your residency has been verified. In the event that there is an issue, the email will provide further instructions. Once residency is verified, you may access our services.  Please include an email address so we may confirm your residency status.

Email

email Greenwich Parks & Recreation.

U.S. Postal Mail

Department of Parks and Recreation
Attention: Residency
P.O. Box 3003
Greenwich, CT 06836-3003

Please include an email address so we may confirm your residency status.

In-Person

Beginning May 21 through August 31, 2018, the Town Hall Lobby Park (Beach) Pass Office will be open between the hours of 8:15 a.m. and 3:45 p.m. for submittal of residency documentation as well as Park (Beach) Pass applications.

All other Parks and Recreation offices will accept residency documentation.

Senior Residents

Senior Residents are required to verify their residency once during the established three-year cycle currently valid through 2019 for those with an active Senior Park Pass. 

Relocation

If you have relocated to another address within Greenwich, please email Greenwich Parks & Recreation. Please provide your old address, your new address, a phone number, email address and a list of family members moving with you.

New Accounts

Residents who need to establish a Parks & Recreation account should mail or email their Residency Form and residency documentation.