Each year, American Legion Post 359 joins the City of Norwalk in a celebration of service during the annual Veterans Day Ceremony. The event begins at 11 a.m. at the Freedom Memorial in the City Hall parking lot.
The City's newsletter goes out to 34,000 homes and businesses in print and is also available online for viewing at your convenience.
During the month of October, pink ribbons and the color pink will be prominent throughout Norwalk to raise awareness of the importance of health screenings and early detection.
Each week, construction work being performed in the city makes lane closures mandatory for the safety of nearby residents, workers, drivers and equipment.
In August, City Council awarded a contract to All American Asphalt Company to address local streets rehabilitation throughout Norwalk.
Halloween Parade Marks its 35th Year in Norwalk...(Although it's been a community tradition since the 1960s)
On a crisp fall day nearly 50 years ago, Arturo Sanchez, Sr. donned a clown costume and led a small group of children who lived near Hermosillo Park on a march through Norwalk. His goal was simple: to entertain children and unite the city's families in an event where all could participate.
On September 10, Fire House 115 in Norwalk welcomed a second paramedic unit to their station, a rare and much-needed extra resource.