RTM Districts are the same as your voting District. Greenwich voters go to the same polling place for every type of election: municipal, state or federal. The actual "voting districts" do change each year, which means there may be more or fewer lines at a polling place. These lines represent the various districts and the different ballot styles in use for each district. You can check your voter status here.
RTM and State Assembly Districts and Polling Places (PDF)
RTM Districts - Boundary Descriptions (PDF)
RTM Districts - Detailed (PDF)
RTM Districts and Polling Places (PDF)
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To get on the RTM you will have to get 25 registered voters from your district to sign a petition. The petition is available summer of the odd years here or in the Town Clerk's office for the upcoming election in November. The petition is due to the Town Clerk in early September of the odd years.
When a vacancy occurs during the RTM term, the members of the district fill the vacancy. Look for news of vacancies on this website and in local newspapers. You should contact your district chair to indicate your interest.
You can find out your district representatives from the RTM Directory.
You can find information about the next RTM meeting in the RTM Documents & Schedules, which is posted prior to each meeting. Check the meeting schedule (PDF) for upcoming sessions.