The NY Forward program will be a comprehensive approach to boost Greenwich’s economy and further ongoing revitalization efforts. A key component of the NY Forward program is to advance strategic private and public investments that will provide catalytic impacts to facilitate downtown revitalization. The Village has issued a Request for Projects (RFP) is to identify… Read more »
Sandy McReynolds awarded recognition for her work by the Greenwich Easton Historical Association. Present were members Kathleen Horton, Debi Craig, Claudia Blackler, Pat Ruppel and Kathy Rapp.
The Village of Greenwich is the recipient of a $200,000 grant from the EPA Brownfields Grants Program. The Village is one of only 12 recipients in New York State. https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/epa-award-105-million-address-contaminated-sites-new-york
Thank you to all who participated in our Heroes banner program. The program is now closed, but will reopen in 2023. Details to follow.
Election Day in the Village of Greenwich was a success. Votes cast – 59. Kyle Vandewater and Maria Robinson were re-elected to four-year terms and Rachel L. Clothier was elected to a two-year term. Congratulations to all and thank you to all who voted.
The Final Greenwich Revitalization Plan is now available at the Village and Town offices and on our website at https://villageofgreenwich.org/government/projects/greenwich-revitalization-plan/.