Final DPW Traffic & Safety Input Session: Back Country Greenwich is May 16

The last of six DPW input sessions for residents to share information on trouble spots for pedestrian safety and traffic is on Thursday, May 16 and it will focus on the back country, which covers Districts 10 and 11 in Town.

The DPW session is being conducted with the Traffic and Safety Task Force, which includes the Police Dept, Fire Dept, Planning & Zoning Dept and Parking Services Dept.


The meeting starts at 6:00pm in the Town Hall Meeting Room.

There is also a Zoom option to watch the meeting, and ability to ask questions via Zoom.

And for those unable to attend, it is possible to submit a comment or concern about any part of town via the traffic and pedestrian safety community input form online. It open to the public until May 30, 2024.

The input form is at the bottom of this page.

See also:

DPW Input Session #5: “Jawdropping” Speeds on Weaver St, Palmer Hill, Prospect St

Residents Urge Town to Add Crosswalks, Sidewalks, Enforcement in Old Greenwich & Riverside

Outpouring of Cos Cob Traffic & Pedestrian Safety Concerns Despite Uncertainty over Funding for Study

Central Greenwich Feedback to DPW: “We’ve Talked about the Same Intersections for 20 Years”

Plenty of Feedback to DPW on Traffic & Safety in Byram, Chickahominy, Glenville, Pemberwick