Coronavirus (COVID-19) Greenwich CT

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This page is intended to provide information on the coronavirus disease 2019 (abbreviated “COVID-19”) and how it is impacting our community. Conditions and information regarding COVID-19 are constantly evolving and we will update this page as often as possible - so please check back frequently or sign-up to receive COVID-19 related updates. There is a lot of misinformation being spread about COVID-19, so please consider the sources of information. Below, we have a listed of trusted and dependable resources for COVID-19 information. 

It can be challenging, but the most important action we can take during a situation like this is to remain calm, treat people with kindness, and follow these basic steps to prevent COVID-19.

Town services are operating in a modified capacity. Email the department to see if your service can be completed online, via telephone, or by mail. If you need a Town service, please first visit the Department’s webpage for specific information. Please check individual department webpages as many have been updated with specific information about their services.

Athletic Fields (P&R)CLOSED

Animal Control DivisionOPENCall (203) 622-8299 to schedule an appointment.
Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center
Masks required.
Binney ParkOPEN
Bruce MuseumLIMITED OPENMore info - Admission by advance reservation.
Bruce ParkOPEN
Byram ParkOPEN
Cos Cob ParkOPEN
Dorothy Hamill Skating RinkOPEN Masks required
Eastern Greenwich Civic Center
Masks required
Fire Department Child Safety Seat InstallationsBY APPOINTMENT ONLYCall Bob Roth at (203) 622-3954 for an appointment.
Fire Department HQ (NO STATION TOURS)BY APPOINTMENT ONLYCall (203) 622-3950 to make an appointment.

Greenwich Public Library & BranchesOPENMask Required; time limits and other restrictions may apply. More info
Greenwich PointOPEN
Griffith E Harris Golf Course

Holly Hill Transfer StationOPENFollow new traffic patterns and social distancing guidelines. Please come during the week if possible.
Island Beach/Great Captain IslandCLOSED FOR SEASON

Nathaniel WitherellLIMITED OPENLearn More
Parking Meters & LotsENFORCEMENT IN EFFECTAll parking fees, meters, permits, and rules are in effect.
Perrot Memorial LibraryOPENClick here for more info

Public SchoolsOPENGPS COVID-19 Updates
Senior Center & Commission on Aging
BY APPOINTMENT ONLYMust schedule an appointment. No walk-ins allowed and a face mask is required to enter the building. Contact Senior Center or Contact Commission on Aging.
Tennis CourtsOPENBruce, Binney, Loughlin & Western Middle School (weekends)
Town HallOPEN 8am - 4pm

 Appointments are allowed and encouraged

Visitors and Town Hall staff are required to wear a mask or face covering. Public meetings are currently being conducted remotely. 

Town MarinasOPENPlease social distance; capacity limits may apply.

Please consider Town parks and beaches closed unless noted in the table above. Closures include basketball courts, playgrounds, ball fields, school grounds, and open spaces. Bathrooms at all recreational facilities are closed unless posted otherwise.

The Town’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is OPEN and operating under a PARTIAL ACTIVATION.

Vaccine and Testing Information

Vaccine Information:

The Family Health Division of the Health Department can provide assistance for homebound residents who still need the vaccine. Residents need to contact their physician to request that a doctor’s order for a vaccine is forwarded to the Health Department. Doctors can contact the Family Health Division by calling 203-622-6495.

Testing Information:

Other Resources:

What You Should Know

Symptoms of the Coronavirus (CDC)
Steps to Prevent Illness (CDC)
What To Do When Sick (CDC)
Older People & People with Chronic Diseases at Higher Risk (CDC) 
Common Questions (CDC)
What is Social Distancing and Why Should I Do It?
Preparing for Hurricanes During the COVID-19 Pandemic (CDC)
Going to a Public Disaster Shelter During the COVID-19 Pandemic (CDC)
Can I Travel In or Out of CT?

Key Contacts & Agencies

Agency Name/ServiceContact Information
Greenwich Department of Public Health
*Multiple phone lines are being staffed due to high call volume
203-622-7865; 203-622-7703; 203-622-7614; 203-622-7842; 203-622-7836
CT 211 (CT Information Line)Dial 2-1-1
CDC COVID-19 Information Page
CT State Government Coronavirus Information Page
What’s Open in Connecticut?

Reporting Non-Emergency COVID-19 Activity Concerns

If you are concerned about an activity or an organization not following guidelines issued through COVID-19 related Executive Orders and emergency declarations, please call the Greenwich Police Department’s non-emergency phone number at 203-622-8004. Please save 9-1-1 for real emergency situations. Do not hesitate to call 9-1-1 if you are experiencing an emergency.

Additional Resources

Sign-up for COVID-19 Related Updates

To get notified about Coronavirus updates or when a notice or press release is uploaded, please follow this link: Click the email icon next to "Coronavirus Updates and Information" and follow directions. 

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the First Selectman by email or by phone at 203-622-7710.