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Posted on: February 28, 2020

Restrictions at Greenwich Point Due to the Outbreak of Distemper, Disease in Raccoon Population

The Greenwich Point Park will continue to be closed to dogs as per order of the Director of Health until further notice.

The Gatehouse at Greenwich Point will be appropriately staffed, the staff will inform park users that dogs are not allowed.

The Department of Parks and Recreation staff has been working with the State DEEP nuisance wildlife biologist on developing a plan to manage the significant raccoon population at Greenwich Point.  The Town of Greenwich has contracted a licensed wildlife management company to mitigate the issue that is underway at this time.

Greenwich Police Department will be assisting in this effort, there will be information signs posted at the intersection of Shore Rd. and Sound Beach Ave. 

As conditions change and are warranted, we will provide further updates on the restriction.

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