The Round Hill Association exists to foster a sense of community, to provide opportunities for contact with neighbors, to maintain and enhance the natural beauty of our area, to advocate for our residents, and to educate them about events or developments which will affect them.

RHA has taken on the care and planting of several traffic island to help beautify our community, including one with a historic marker in our local Historic District. RHA volunteers are also planting daffodils on Town roadsides and working with Greenwich Green and Clean on their Fall and Spring clean-ups. RHA also provided funding for a recharging center at the Round Hill Community House which is open midday in the event of extended power outages.

Throughout the year, RHA holds Neighborhood Forums with local speakers on topics that have ranged from recycling, well water safety and burglary prevention to reports from CL&P and updates on the Town’s Emergency System. RHA also hosts the traditional community Halloween party at the Round Hill Community House, coordinates candidate political forums and holds an annual meeting each spring.