The Round Hill Association of Greenwich, Connecticut, established in 1942, strives to promote the interests of our residents, to build community, and to protect the beauty and value of our neighborhood.”
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 in Greenwich, CT, to advocate for our residents, and to educate them about events or developments which will affect them.
Whether gathering for an information forum about state and local Town of Greenwich affairs or pitching in with neighborhood beautification projects, like traffic islands, our members are a community of people interested and active in caring for their town.
Each year, the Round Hill Association takes on civic improvement projects to improve our neighborhood and our community. For some projects, we rally members for hands-on activities. For others, we support financially with proceeds from our Civic Improvement Fund.
Keep an eye out here for more upcoming events!
A fun event at the Greenwich Audubon Center for newer arrivals and members!
Our President, John Conte, et al., attended this public hearing and spoke on behalf of Round Hill residents.
with Senator Richard Blumenthal