Registration Policy

Important Note

Many Town of Greenwich Parks and Recreation programs involve strenuous activity and a certain degree of risk. Please inquire with the Department for further information regarding the amount of activity expected of participants and the types of risks normally associated with the program. By registering for a Town of Greenwich program, the participant or guardian acknowledges that he / she is aware of the risks, is physically capable of participating in the program, and voluntarily accepts the risks involved. By registering for a program, the participant / guardian agrees to hold the Town of Greenwich harmless from any damage caused by participation in the program.

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. For more information about verification of residency, please click here.

Registration Information

All registration is on a first-come first-served basis and all classes have limited enrollment. Registration dates vary, please check each program closely for registration dates and fees.

Fees

All fees are payable at the time of registration. Acceptable forms of payment include Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover Credit Cards for online payment and in the office.  Personal checks are also accepted by mail and in the office. There will be a $25 fee for any returned checks. Scholarship applications will be considered for Greenwich residents with proof of financial need who wish to register for youth programs.  Please refer to Youth Scholarship Information.

Cancellation Policy

We reserve the right to cancel classes or programs. If insufficient enrollment causes an activity to be canceled, participants will receive a full refund.We reserve the right to cancel classes or programs. If insufficient enrollment causes an activity to be canceled, participants will receive a full refund.   Registrants assume full responsibility for any changes in their personal life which may affect their ability to participate.  In rare cases, a participant may encounter an unforeseeable and unavoidable situation, such as an illness or injury, that they feel may warrant a refund of fees paid.  These situations will be reviewed on an individual basis by the Recreation Superintendent who will then make a refund determination.  All claims for refunds must be requested in writing, by emailing the Recreation Superintendent, Written documentation from a physician must also be provided.  Refunds will also be pro-rated based on the number of program sessions that have concluded.  There will be a $15 Administrative Fee withheld in individual cases for which refunds are approved.

Credits

Once a participant is registered for a program, a request to withdraw and receive a credit will be granted when the request is received in writing, by emailing the Recreation Superintendent, prior to the start of the activity.  A partial household credit may be considered after a program has begun.  Written requests will be reviewed on a case by case basis by the Recreation Superintendent, and any credit will be pro-rated based on the number of program sessions that have concluded.  The household credit will be good for one year from the date of issue and may be used towards activities within the Recreation Division only, e.g., not golf or beach passes.  A specific list of activities will be provided with the Letter of Credit.  There will be a $15 Administrative Fee withheld in all cases for which household credits are approved.