Norwalk Dispute Resolution Program

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The Norwalk Dispute Resolution Program offers services, free of charge, which allow individuals with disputes to create their own solutions meeting their mutual needs, interests, and values as well as their rights and remedies. Our trained staff is available to assist our multicultural community in a neutral and professional manner through services that are cost-effective, quick, convenient, and empowering thus producing positive results. Jointly funded by the City of Norwalk and the Los Angeles County Dispute Resolution Program.

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Our Program is:                                                                   

  • Free of Cost

  • Confidential

  • Voluntary

  • Neutral

We are NOT:

  • Lawyers/Paralegals

  • City Authorities

  • Representative of Any Party


The majority types of cases handled through NDRP include but are not limited to: 

  • Landlord/Tenant Matters (security deposits maintenance/repair; notices: 3-day Pay/Quit, 30-day & 60-day vacate; unlawful detainer). click below for PDF.                  

  • Consumer/Merchant (repairs; collections; refunds, warranties)                                                                                                                                                                                        

  • Business (formation/dissolution, disputes, transactions)                                                                                                           

  • Neighbor-to-Neighbor Disputes (trees; noise; barking; fences; trash; property lines                                                    

Click on the images below for fliers in English and in Spanish 

NDRP Flier

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“Norwalk Dispute Resolution offers an annual 25-Hour Mediation Training FREE of cost. Here you’ll learn about conflict, why it may occur and how to confront/facilitate communication. Our training focuses on facilitative mediation and conciliation, and is divided in 6 sections: Overview, Conflict, Communication, Emotions, Mediation and Mediation Practice. This training is great for teachers, counselors, case-workers, public safety officers, and anyone interested in learning how to communicate effectively. There will only be 26 slots to fill, so if you are interested in adding your name to our list of contacts, please click the email down below to get in contact with our coordinator. Please refer to our 2018 Flier as a VISUAL Reference as we prepare our 2019 signage.”

Mediation flyer 2018 FINAL

For more information regarding Dispute Resolution, call (562) 929-5544 or please click here to email:

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