GREENFIELD — The Town of Greenfield this week launched its new website and installed a large digital sign in front of Town Hall.
Town Supervisor Kevin Veitch says the new website “will be a valuable resource and will be used as an important tool promoting efficiency and transparency.”
The site, at: www.greenfieldny.org. – will include new information, such as: Improved search capability via a community help section; Expanded information and forms from the Building, Assessor, Highway and Town Clerk departments; On-line forms and easy contacts to reach various departments; Dog license renewal on-line; Recreation program information; Community event calendar; Historical timeline of Greenfield, and ongoing newsfeed and quarterly newsletters, among other things.
The new 3X6 sign is prominently placed on Route 9N in front of Town Hall, at 7 Wilton Road. The double-sided LED sign will have a 24-hour display broadcasting messages and will allow the town to share important community-wide messages like Amber Alerts, and town events and programs.
The Town of Greenfield is home to 8,200 residents in Greenfield, Porter Corners and Middle Grove. It spans more than 41,000 acres of land bordering the Adirondacks.