The Cos Cob (Marina - Strickland Road), Old Greenwich (Northbound side), Riverside (Northbound side) and Greenwich (island Beach Lot) railroad parking station lots offer Day parking. The Day Parking fee is $ 7.00. NOTE: ONLY park in the area designated as Day Parking.
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You can pay your parking ticket in the following ways:
To dispute / appeal a parking ticket please click here. NOTE: Parking tickets must be disputed within 15 days of the issuance date of the citation.
If your ticket was recently issued, it is possible it has not been entered into the database, yet. Please check back in a day or two, and if you still cannot find it, call Parking Services at 203-618-3060.
To have the boot removed, from a vehicle, all outstanding parking tickets and the boot fee must be paid in cash, at the Department of Parking Services, Mon - Fri 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
After 3:00 p.m. Mon - Fri and all day Saturday and Sunday, cash payments must be made the Greenwich Police Department Headquarters, located at 11 Bruce Place, Greenwich CT.
The payment must be made in person.
The payment must be made in person. To pay to have the boot removed, from a vehicle, all outstanding parking tickets and the boot fee must be paid in cash, at the Department of Parking Services, Mon - Fri 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. After 3:00 p.m. Mon - Fri and all day Saturday and Sunday, cash payments must be made the Greenwich Police Department Headquarters, located at 11 Bruce Place, Greenwich CT.
If you are no longer the owner of the ticketed vehicle, please mail a copy of the ticket or notice with the following:
The program is designed to improve parking availability for neighborhood residents.
An eligible vehicle owner can purchase a permit that allows for parking at residential zones during restricted periods. Permit holders are still subject to all other posted regulations in their zone, including no parking for street sweeping or snow plowing when applicable. The permit is only applicable in the zone specified on the parking permit decal.
Residential Parking Permits can be issued for a vehicle whose owner resides within an existing zone.
Each household is allowed to obtain up to two visitor parking passes provided that you purchase a parking permit. Visitor parking passes are not replaced if lost or stolen.
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.
In accordance to the Town's parking ordinance, Section §14-17.1, vehicles may not be left in the parking lot for over 24 consecutive hours. Vehicles parked for over 24 hours are subject to being fined and/or impounded.
FAQS on Meter Rentals.
Click here to obtain the Parking Meter Rental Application.