The town of Greenwich is governed by a number of elected officials. These include:

The Board of Selectmen Office is the focal point of Greenwich town government. Along with its many responsibilities and duties, constituent contact with the public is an extremely important function of the day-to-day business of the Office. Every effort is made to keep open all lines of communications between government and the people it serves.

First Selectman: Peter Tesei
Phone: (203) 622-7710

Selectman: John Toner
Phone: (203) 622-7714

Selectman: Drew Marzullo
Phone: (203) 622-7706

The Town is governed by a Representative Town Meeting. According to early records, the first Town Meeting in Greenwich was held on February 5, 1664. Its purpose was to request the General Assembly to make Greenwich a town separate from Stamford. On May 11, 1665 Greenwich was made a town.

As time passed, increasing population made it impossible for all the townspeople to assemble for the Town Meeting. In 1933, Greenwich adopted the Representative Town Meeting as its legislative unit. Every two years Greenwich residents elect fellow citizens to serve in the Representative Town Meeting.

Today’s RTM consists of 230 members elected by the voters in the town’s 12 districts. RTM delegates run on a non-partisan basis, serve without compensation, and are elected for a two-year term. Among their responsibilities:

  • Approve all expenditures by the town over $5000
  • Approve, reduce, and eliminate appropriations
  • Approve or reject nominations to town bodies as made by the Selectmen
  • Decide whether the town shall accept federal or state funds for town projects
  • Create special committees to deal with particular subjects such as labor contracts, claims, and redistricting
  • Pass “sense of the meeting” resolutions urging that other branches of government initiate desired legislation, or expressing disapproval of actions that have been taken
  • Act as the final planning authority on municipal improvements
  • Initiate and pass ordinances

Residents interested in serving as RTM delegates should contact their District leader to get involved.

For a complete list of local elected officials, please visit the Town of Greenwich’s official website.


House of Representatives

Livvy Floren
House District 149
Committees: Finance Revenue and Bonding, General Bonding Sub-Committee, Insurance and Real Estate
210 Round Hill Rd
Greenwich, CT 06831-3357

Mike Bocchino
House District 150
Committees: Children, Energy and Technology, Higher Education and Employment Advancement
7 Tingue Street
Greenwich, CT 06830-6922

Fred Camillo
House District 151
Committees: Banks, Commerce, Executive and Legislative Nominations
35 MacArthur Drive
Old Greenwich, CT 06870-1221

State Senate

Scott Frantz
Senate District 36
Committees: Commerce, Finance Revenue and Bonding, Legislative Management, Transportation
123 Meadow Rd
Riverside, CT 06878-2521


U.S. House of Reprentatives

Greenwich is in Connecticut 4th District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Jim Himes
Connecticut District 4
Committees: House Committee on Financial Services, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

Stamford, CT Office
888 Washington Boulevard, 10th Floor
Stamford, CT 06901
Phone: (203) 353-9400
Fax: (203) 323-1793
Hours: M – F 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Washington, DC Office
1227 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-5541
Fax: (202) 225-9629
Hours: M – F 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

U.S. Senate

Connecticut’s two senators in the United State Senate are:

Richard Blumenthal
706 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-2823
Contact: www.blumenthal.senate.gov/contact/

Christopher Murphy
136 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-4041
Contact: www.murphy.senate.gov/contact