Township municipal offices are located at 775 Old Route 22, Lenhartsville PA 19534.
First settled around 1749, Greenwich was incorporated in 1755 from Albany Township.
Greenwich is home to five properties that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These include:
- Kutz Mill,ca. 1855, listed 1990; example of a custom mill that met local needs between 1850 and ca. 1935.
- Kutz Mill Bridge, ca. 1854, listed 1981; at the time of listing, this was one of 5 remaining covered bridges in Berks County.
- Lenhart Farm, ca. 1830, listed 1978; significant as a remaining example of early 19th century farm life and of typical Georgian-design construction using regional brown sandstone.
- Merkel Grist Mill, ca. 1875, listed 1990; (partly located in Richmond Twp) significant for its association with the county gristmill industry between 1875 and 1939; it was one of the first mills to use the new roller mill technology.
- Stein Mill, ca, 1857, listed 1990; directly associated with the Berks County grain milling industry from 1857 to 1899.
Nearby Towns: Albany Twp •
Hamburg Boro •
Lenhartsville Boro •
Lynn Township •
Perry Twp •
Richmond Twp •
Shoemakersville Boro •