Town of Greenwich, New York
Town of Greenwich, New York

Continuing Monday July 8th through Thursday July 18th. On North road for culvert replacements. The earlier closures (lower section of the job) will be made at the intersection of Richards road and north road, and the intersection of Ray road and north road. the mid-section of the job will be closed from the intersections of Ray road and North road, and Ryan road and North road. the upper section which will be down in the latter part of the two weeks will be closed at the intersection of Ryan road and North road, and the top of the hill on North road at approximately the Wade residence. All closures will be fully marked, and completely blocked off to all traffic.  


Fiddlers Elbow road will be closed daily, with a possible overnight closure at the start of the job to all traffic,  July 15-July 25. Residents will be able to exit the road from one end or the other depending on where the excavating crew is working. The road will be properly marked with signage and blocked off with barriers. Please use an alternative route these days. You will not be able to travel through the work zone.


Thank you

June 27, 2024 
Contact: Norabelle Greenberger, Labella Associates, 518-824-1933, 
Greenwich to Launch Bike Ped Connectivity Plan 
GREENWICH, NY - The Town and Village of Greenwich have officially launched their Bike Ped Connectivity Plan. 
The Town and Village of Greenwich are conducting a joint pedestrian and bicycle connectivity project to build on what was identified in the Comprehensive Plan as the need to improve pedestrian and bicycle access and establish priorities to improve connectivity. The plan will examine existing conditions, assess network gaps and identify opportunities to improve pedestrian accessibility and bicycle connectivity to key sites and amenities throughout the Town and Village.  
The Town and Village have recently pursued several planning initiatives, many of which included recommendations for improved bicycle and pedestrian facilities. This project will build upon and incorporate these recommendations into an overall strategy for implementation and improve connectivity for cyclists and pedestrians living in or visiting Greenwich.  
Funding from the Adirondack Glens Falls Transportation Council (A/GFTC) is supporting this project. The process is being led by a study advisory committee made up of community members and stakeholders, as well as representatives from A/GFTC and the NYS Department of Transportation. The Bike Ped Connectivity Plan will be a stakeholder-driven and inclusive planning process to ensure that community priorities are at the center of the plan. There will be several opportunities throughout the process for the public to provide their input on the project’s goals and strategies.  
Look out for the project maps set up in the Town Hall, Village Hall, and the Greenwich Free Library to provide feedback, or use our online interactive map which can be found here: . There will be opportunities to provide feedback throughout this planning process so check back frequently for more project updates.  
To learn more about the Greenwich Bike Ped Connectivity plan and to stay up to date on progress, findings, and public events, visit the Town and Village of Greenwich websites: and 

The Town Office will be closed Thursday, July 4th & Friday, July 5th in Observance of the 4th of July.

STAR Credit Direct Deposit and new Homeowner Benefit Portal now available statewide! 

We’re excited to announce that, after a successful pilot of the STAR Credit Direct Deposit program last year, the direct deposit option is now available to STAR credit recipients statewide. 


To enroll, credit recipients will log into the new Homeowner Benefit Portal, which is also how new homeowners will register for the STAR credit.


In addition, the portal provides STAR applicants and recipients with much more functionality than they previously had, such as:


  • checking the status of their property tax registrations;
  • switching to the STAR credit;
  • viewing, editing, or closing their registrations;
  • ensuring their information is accurate and complete; and
  • taking action to resolve issues.


With the launch of the portal, the previous STAR registration application is no longer available. We have updated our relevant webpages to assist with this transition.


How to access the portal

Homeowners with existing Tax Department Individual Online Services accounts can now find the Homeowner Benefit Portal under Real Property Tax after they log in. Other homeowners will be prompted to create an Individual Online Services account to get started.


Homeowners without access to the Internet can continue to register for STAR by calling our representatives at 518-457-2036, weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Homeowners cannot enroll in STAR Direct Deposit over the phone.


Note: An Online Services account is separate from your Online Assessment Community user ID and password. If you don’t have an Individual Online Services account, you will need to create one to access the Homeowner Benefit Portal.


You can only access registration information regarding your own properties in the portal; you will not be able to access the registrations of other homeowners.


If you receive questions from homeowners about the new portal, please direct them to call our representatives at 518-457-2036, weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

As of May 1st, the 2024 Greenwich Tentative Assessment Roll is available to view online and at the Town Clerk's Office.


Link to the Greenwich Tentative Assessment Roll:

We now have a notary in the Town Office! Deborah Tjarks, Town Clerk will be here to notarize your items Monday through Friday.

     We would like to welcome WIC back to the Town of Greenwich!

They will be here, at 2 Academy Street, the 3rd Tuesday of every month, from 9am to 3pm, with the exception of December, March and June and September. 

Phase 1 & 2 Environmental Study- Hudson Riverside Park 

Phase 1 Environmental Study
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Adobe Acrobat document [68.5 MB]

Phase II Environmental Study
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Adobe Acrobat document [1.4 MB]

View the Town of Greenwich Final Assessment 2023 Roll


Town of Greenwich
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Greenwich, NY 12834

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