Greenwich Parks & Recreation Announces Resident Feedback Survey on Capital Projects

As Parks & Rec begins the start of the fiscal 2024 budget process, they seek input from residents regarding their capital budget and where they want to see investment focused.

Town departments submit capital budget requests to the First Selectman in the fall as part of the Town’s annual budget process. Capital Projects are items that need funding that fall outside of the normal annual operating expenses, like equipment, infrastructure, and major upgrades to facilities. Capital projects also have a useful life of many years. For example, this means equipment that is expected to last in operation for 15 years or infrastructure/land improvements expected to last for 20 years.

Beginning today, Monday August 15, 2022, residents will have the opportunity to share their feedback and ideas with

A brief 5 question survey went live on Aug 15. The survey closes Sept 12.

The link to the survey on survey monkey where you can rate your satisfaction with the town’s athletic fields, basketball, tennis paddle and pickleball courts, beaches, civic centers marinas and parks.

“Resources are limited, so prioritization of investment in the upcoming budget cycle is essential. We’re really looking forward to hearing from our community about the Department’s current 15-yr plan and where future investment should be focused,” said Joseph Siciliano, Director of Parks and Recreation.

Consider taking a moment to fill out this brief, but very important survey providing valuable information. The survey should take less than 5 minutes.

You can view the Capital 15-year plan at the Town of Greenwich website ( To view the Capital 15-yr plan, please click this link Final Capital Budget 2022-2023. The Parks and Recreation Capital Projects 15-year plan can be found on pages 14-17. The Project Information Sheets for just the current year (fiscal year 2023), can be found on pages 151-180.