Do you know where your property line is? Many property owners believe their property begins where their lawn meets the road, but in reality the Town right of way extends a distance beyond the edge of pavement. In most cases, property line issues come to light when a property owner tries to erect a fence, stone wall or basketball hoop on what they believe is their property. Physical obstructions in the Town right of way (with the exception of utility poles, Town signs, mailboxes, etc.) are prohibited.
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The Town of Greenwich is not responsible for any household garbage collection.
There are 2 options to dispose of your garbage.
1. You can hire a private certified hauler to collect your garbage. Please see List of Licensed Waste Haulers (PDF)
2. Residents can bring trash and garbage (and recyclables) to the Holly Hill Resource Recovery Facility (PDF)(transfer station). You will need a vehicle dumping permit decal which can be obtained at no charge at the Holly Hill scale house by showing proof of residency and car ownership.
Contact the Department of Parks and Recreation at 203-622-7824 to report a fallen tree.
Unless there is a compelling reason to the contrary, speak directly to the neighbor. The best opportunity to resolve a potential issue exists before a formal inquiry or enforcement action takes place. If this is not possible, or if a problem remains, contact our office at 203-622-7753. Please have the correct street address and owner's name available.
The Building Zone Regulations do not prohibit this type of equipment or its location on private property. Discuss the situation with your neighbor and try to reach a mutually agreeable arrangement. Ask your neighbor to come to your home so they may appreciate your perspective and view of their property.
Contact the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency at 203-622-7736.
Email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your request will be researched and responded to by return email. If the Division of Building Inspection has a copy of a plot plan it will be sent to you by return email. The records include building permit files only, dating back to 1926. Although not all files contain plot plans most permit files for new structures or additions built after 1928 do contain them.
Contact the Department of Public Works at 203-622-3717.
You can recycle your paint on Household Hazard Waste Day (listed on the Waste Disposal Divisions' page) OR you can recycle paints at certain paint stores in the area. Please visit
https://www.paintcare.org/ for locations.
If you feel your right-of-way or mailbox has been impacted by a Town snow plow, please fill out the incident report below.
(Please report the incident within 24 hours of occurrence)
Please direct all parking issues to Parking Services
Office: (203) 618-3060
or you can visit their web page
The Town of Greenwich is not currently installing speed humps on public roads.
Public Works does not have jurisdiction over private roads. Please contact your association.
Your first stop should be the Environmental Health Department.