Office of the First Selectman

Letter from the First Selectman

Welcome to the Gateway to New England!

The Town of Greenwich is known worldwide for its beauty, location, many amenities, and well-run government. Our remarkable community, founded in 1640, is one of the oldest towns in the United States, home to multi-generational families, and has been a worldwide destination for over a century.

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  1. Greenwich designated an Age Friendly Community

    A significant portion of the Town of Greenwich’s population is aging, and an aging population affects all – as individuals and as a civil society. Read on...
  2. May designated as Jewish American Heritage Month

    Jewish Americans have been an integral part of the history of Greenwich, Connecticut since 1899, and have contributed significantly to the cultural, political and economic vitality of Greenwich. Read on...
  3. April 25 designated as Peter Crumbine Day

    Peter Jay Crumbine has been a Greenwich resident with his wife Bea for 42 years and during that time he has dedicated his life to selflessly volunteering and serving the community to help make Greenwich an even better place to live. Read on...
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