The Norwalk City Council has unanimously appointed Jesus Gomez as the new City Manager for the City of Norwalk following a five month recruitment process.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn has confirmed that the location in Norwalk is "no longer a viable option."
Businesses and homebuyers are attracted to areas with rising incomes and strong educational opportunities. Recognizing this connection, the Norwalk City Council established the Norwalk Education Alliance in 2015.
November marks a time of reflection for veterans and their families. The City of Norwalk offers several ways to honor and all who serve.
Discover the possibilities. Find out the latest news, activities and opportunities for involvement in the "Norwalk Now" electronic version.
During its July 18 meeting, City Council recognized residents and business owners who keep Norwalk looking good.
The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District (GLACVCD) has confirmed the presence of Aedes aegypti (yellow fever mosquito) in Norwalk. This mosquito is known for its potential to spread Zika, yellow fever and dengue fever.
Every July 3, the City hosts an Independence Day Pageant, offering activities for all ages, live entertainment and a spectacular professional fireworks show.
On Memorial Day, a crowd of over 300 gathered at the city's Freedom Memorial to honor fallen soldiers.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture recently detected Huanglongbing (HLB), an incurable plant disease, in an orange tree and a mandarin tree in a residential area of Cerritos, which puts our backyard citrus trees at risk.
What are we doing to keep Norwalk green and clean, our commuters safer and our residents more informed? Learn about your community in this month's newsletter online.
Norwalk High School students joined senior citizens and local Lowe's store to create a space where relationships and vegetables grow.
On Monday, October 24, California Assembly Majority Leader Ian Calderon presented a mock check to NLMUSD Board Members.
We have two upcoming community outreach meetings, so tell your friends to join the conversation.
Norwalk officials shared the year's challenges and accomplishments.
Local law enforcement builds community relationships through casual coffee talk
At the October 6 meeting, City Council approved an RFP for Solid Waste Services, including several important upgrades.
Located on Front Street, Post 359 provides veterans' assistance, friendly conversation and activities for local military.
The City offers several ways to help residents and businesses obtain important information, report issues, find event calendars and pay bills.
On Feb. 25, the City of Norwalk introduced its new Compressed Natural Gas fueling station, which will not only reduce harmful emissions, but will save money long into our future.