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The commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide will take place at Town Hall at 10:00 am on April 24th. First Selectman Tesei will conduct a proclamation and flag raising ceremony.
The Armenian Genocide was the Ottoman government’s systematic extermination of Armenian subjects from their historic homeland. The total number of people killed as a result has been estimated at between 1 and 1.5 million.
CLICK HERE for more information on the Armenian Genocide Centennial.
The Department of Parking Services is responsible for the following: Managing municipal parking infrastructure and resources throughout the Town of Greenwich. The issuance of municipal and railroad station Parking Permits. Encouraging appropriate parking through the issuance of parking Violation Tickets. Collecting revenue from and maintaining the municipal parking meter system. Providing fiscal stewardship over the Town’s Parking Fund.
PARKING TICKETS/VIOLATIONS – Can be paid in person, on line, or by phone.
The Department of Social Services is divided into 6 Programs – ADULT & FAMILY SERVICES, COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM, COMMUNITY PROGRAMS, HOMEMAKER SERVICES, MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES & SENIOR SERVICES, all listed separately.
The mission of the Department of Social Services is to support Greenwich residents in meeting basic human needs and promoting services that foster self-sufficiency and economic independence. These resources provide the support you may need, such as food, shelter, educational and employment opportunities, personal safety and access to health care services. Services are diverse and support all ages. They are provided by a dedicated professional staff and a network of community partners. Bi-lingual Staff.
Family Centers is a private, nonprofit organization offering education, health and human services to children, adults and families in Fairfield County. More than 2,400 professionals and trained volunteers work together to provide a wide range of responsive, innovative programs. Through three Centers of Excellence, children, adults, families and communities receive the care, encouragement and resources needed to realize their potential.
The agency started as Stamford Family Welfare Society (1891) and Greenwich Aid Society. It became United Workers of Greenwich (1895), and merged in 2006 with CENTER FOR HOPE. In 2008, it merged with HealthCare Connection whose programs include School Based Heath Centers, Stamford CARES and Care to Care.
Additional offices are located in Greenwich, Stamford, Darien and New Canaan. Click here for addresses.