The City of Norwalk continues to work closely with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (DPH) to monitor COVID-19. Today, March 24, DPH reported one confirmed case of COVID-19 in Norwalk.
Today, March 19, the Norwalk City Council issued a State of Emergency. The declaration allows the City to receive funding from the Federal Government, State of California, and the County of Los Angeles.
Our number one priority is the safety and well-being of our community. We have taken numerous steps to provide the community with helpful information, resources and assistance. Additionally, we continue adopting guidelines recommended by Governor Gavin Newsom and the LA County Dept of Public Health
These recent measures follow the previous suspension of City-sponsored events and programming through March, and closure of the Norwalk Arts & Sports Complex and modified hours to the Norwalk Senior Center. All measures follow State and County guidelines.
City of Norwalk Suspends all City-Sponsored Events and Programming through March as a Result of State Guidelines
Earlier this week, Governor Newsom and the CA Department of Public Health released aggressive guidelines directing the cancellation of large gatherings with crowds over 250 people and cancellation of smaller gatherings in venues that do not allow social distancing.
The City of Norwalk is taking active steps to help prevent the transmission of COVID-19 (coronavirus) by augmenting sanitation efforts, working with local partner agencies and educating the public.
Little Free Libraries are coming to Norwalk! City Council approved Keith Aguilar's Little Free Libraries project at the February 18th City Council meeting with proposed locations to be the Cultural Arts Center, Hermosillo Park and Holifield Park.
The City of Norwalk is proud to welcome Richard Rojas to our community. Richard assumed duties as the new Deputy City Manager on Tuesday, February 4.
Former Deputy City Manager and Public Safety Department Founder, passed away on Sunday, February 2.
Mr. Rodriguez was first elected to the Norwalk City Council in 1982 and served two terms, including two mayoral terms in 1985 and 1988.
Annual Event Highlights the City's Upcoming Goals and Projects
Annual Event Recognizes Seniors for Community Service
Event Provides an Opportunity for Residents to Connect with Local Law Enforcement
The special event brings together local officials, community members and students to connect over a warm meal and inspiring message.