Parking Services

Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

The following updates to our departmental services / procedures, are noted in red:

Effective, April 5, 2021, the Department of Parking Services, will be open to the public, from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday - Friday. 

Appointments are allowed and encouraged between 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., while our community continues to practice social distancing. Thank you. 


Metered locations are enforced Monday thru Saturday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. During these time frames, parking on Greenwich Avenue and other locations, as posted, is limited to two hour sessions. Those needing to park for longer durations are encouraged to use one of the many long term / 12 hour parking lots situated  throughout the downtown area. 

Parking in all Town operated parking lots and metered spaces is free on Sundays and Town holidays unless posted otherwise.

The Department of Parking Services will continue to enforce all posted No Parking zones and remind drivers to be sure to keep crosswalks and fire hydrants clear.

Pay a Ticket- The original ticket fee line doubles if not paid within 15 days after the issue date of the ticket and triples if not paid within 30 days after the issue date.

NOTE: Tickets issued ONLY for meter violations are eligible for a   $ 5.00 reduction when paid by the next business day. You can ONLY exercise this option when paying via the drop box, or in person.

Payments may be made:

  • By Phone: 1-800-956-1263

  • Online:

  • By Mail: make check or money order payable to: Town of Greenwich (write your ticket(s) and Plate Number(s) on the front of your payment to ensure proper credit).
    Mail to: Department of Parking Services
                 P.O. Box 1665
                 Greenwich, CT 06836

  • Drop Box:  deliver your check or money order, along with your ticket(s), to the drop box, located outside of Parking Services.

Parking Appeal Hearing

Pursuant to the Town of Greenwich Charter, all Parking Appeal Hearings will be conducted as telephone conferences. Appellants will be notified, via email, of their hearing date / time. They are required to confirm their appeal hearing appointment and provide their best contact phone number, via email reply. 

All appeals may be made within 15 days of the ticket issue date. Hearing dates may be requested at:

We may be reached Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. 203-618-3060 or via email at

We thank you, in advance, for your cooperation.


Welcome to the Town of Greenwich Department of Parking Services. We issue parking permits, enforce the Town’s parking laws, and manage the Town’s parking-related assets.

Department Location

We are located in a detached office in the back of the Greenwich Town Hall at 101 Field Point Road. When you park in the Town Hall Visitor Parking Garage:

  1. Walk through the front entrance of Town Hall. Continue straight through the main lobby and proceed down the stairs. Exit through the double doors and turn right.
  2. Walk around the back of Town Hall past the service entrance and proceed across the back pavilion area (handicap accessible route/entrance).

Department Responsibilities

The Department of Parking Services is responsible for:

  • Managing municipal parking infrastructure and resources throughout the Town of Greenwich
  • Issuing municipal and railroad station Parking Permits
  • Encouraging appropriate parking through the issuance of Parking Violation Tickets
  • Collecting revenue from and maintaining the municipal parking meter system
  • Providing fiscal stewardship over the Town’s Parking Fund

NEW Annual Parking Permits

If you are NOT a current permit holder and are interested in applying for an Annual Parking Permit, waitlists are in place for the various parking lots. You need to join a waitlist. You will be contacted via a letter when you become eligible to receive an annual Parking Permit application. Please click here to be directed to the waitlist site.

NOTE: It is the responsibility of the parking permit waitlist applicant to notify the Department, immediately, of any changes in your information to ensure that any correspondence or materials are sent to you properly, including changes to your home address, email address, phone number.

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