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City of Norwalk Suspends all City-Sponsored Events and

Programming through March as a Result of State


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 of six feet per person.

 In an abundance of caution and adhering to policies released by Governor Newsom and the CA Department of Public Health, the City has suspended all City-sponsored public events and programming through March. Further, the Norwalk Senior Center and Social Services Center will remain closed until further notice.

 These measures are not intended to cause panic, rather it is an effort to follow state guidelines, safeguard our well-being and help slow the spread of coronavirus. 

 As information on coronavirus evolves, the City will continue sharing information and expanding preparedness measures to ensure the safety of its residents and employees.

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Social Services Center

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The Norwalk Social Services Center offers a wide range of emergency and support services to residents in crisis situations. Our goal is to assist individuals and families whose resources have been exhausted, stabilize their situation and seek long-term solutions

Center Information

Norwalk Social Services Center

 11929 Alondra Blvd.

Norwalk, CA 90650

 (562) 929-5544
 Fax: (562) 8929-5515


 Hours Of Operation
 Monday-Thursday - 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
 Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The City of Norwalk, funded with County, State and Federal funds, offers a variety of child care options throughout the community. Our program can help pay for all or part of your child care expenses. For more information, please click on the image below.

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Client Advocacy

Services include, but are not limited to providing information and referrals to social service agencies; crisis intervention to ensure clients rights; and assistance with completion and explanation of forms (i.e., Social Security, Welfare, Unemployment, etc.).

Referral Services

Information and referrals are made for a variety of support services including: alcohol and drug rehabilitation, counseling, employment assistance, money management, legal issues, and more.

Residential Financial Assistance

The Norwalk Social Services Center has funds specifically allocated to assist our community during financial hardship. you may qualify for Rental Assistance, up to $500 towards past due rent (once a year) or Utility Assistance, up to $200. The most common hardships are car repairs, recent reduction of income, recent termination from employment, and/or receiving unemployment or disability, paid medical costs and increase in rent 

To qualify you must show proof of residency (City of Norwalk), Valid ID and Proof of Hardship

Please click on the image below for more information

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