Verify Residency

Greenwich residents can access Parks and Recreation online services by creating a resident account. A resident account provides access to our online system, and allows one to utilize our online services at home or on the go. Services include: recreation programs/activities and our OnePass.  OnePass options include: golf, parks, tennis/pickleball and marine facility privileges as well as ticket services for skatepark, ice rink, Byram pool and single entry park tickets.

Click on the appropriate tab below to obtain information regarding your account.

  1. Create a NEW Resident Account
  2. Annual Account Renewal
  3. Senior Account Renewal
  4. NEW Family Member
  5. Relocating Within Greenwich

Account Requirements:

Register and receive a household ID and sign-in in order to submit residency documents.

  • Register and receive a household ID and sign in order to submit residency documents.
  • Primary member of new account is required to provide two proofs of residency and proof of age
  • Family members 25+ years of age, one proof of residency and proof of age required
  • Family members under 25 years of age, require a copy of birth certificate or proof of guardianship
  • Seniors 65+ require residency and proof of age

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Residency Verification: 

Residency verification is required annually beginning January 1.  

The most expeditious way to verify residency is by requesting verification through existing Town records OR uploading acceptable proofs of residency, (as listed below).  

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Acceptable Proofs of Residency:

Documents must be current and include resident's name and Greenwich address.

  • Utility bill (gas, electric, oil, water)
  • Cable, telephone, internet, cell phone
  • Residential lease (12 month minimum)
  • Credit card, checking account, healthcare statement
  • Driver’s license / DMV CT State ID

Alternatively, you may also apply/renew and submit application forms by mail:

Department of Parks and Recreation

Attention: Passes/Residency

P.O. Box 2540

Greenwich, CT 06836-2540

Once residency documents are received, please allow up to 5 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 sign in instructions.  In the event that there is an issue, an email will provide further instructions. 

Renewals are required each year beginning January 1. Seniors are exempt from providing proof of residency each year if they have a valid Senior OnePass Park option as that pass is ACTIVE for a five-year cycle currently January 1, 2020-December 31, 2024. Seniors are required to purchase/renew other pass options each year, Tennis & Pickleball, Golf and Marine (documentation required).