Recreation & Parks

Resident/Beach Pass Expired 3/31/18

The 2017 Norwalk Resident/Beach Pass expired on 3/31/2018

Residents are given a 30-day Grace Period at both the Transfer Station and Yard Waste Site. 

Residents will be required to have the 2018 Resident/Beach Pass by Tuesday May 1, 2018; for cars or SUVs that enter the Norwalk Transfer Station or Yard Waste Site.

Residents can go to the Recreation & Parks Dept at City Hall or visit www.norwalkct.org/residentpass

Norwalk Residents with Pick-up Trucks, Vans, and/or Trailers: The Resident Cards do not need to be renewed until July 1, 2018.

For more information, please visit the Norwalk website at www.norwalkct.org or contact the Customer Service Center at (203) 854-3200.

RECREATION AND PARKS OFFICE WILL NO LONGER ACCEPT CASH 

Services

Calfe' Mu and palm trees
The Recreation Division provides a wide range of active and passive recreational programs for the citizens of Norwalk. Some of these services include:
  • A summer youth playground program
  • Individual and team athletic programs, including sports camps, tournaments, instruction, and league play
  • Social programs and activities for all
  • Various physical fitness programs, such as swimming lessons, exercise classes, etc.
ALL CITY PARKS AND BEACHES ARE CLOSED AT DUSK
Resident/Beach Passes are available online or in-person

Departmental Resources


Responsibilities


The Park Maintenance Division also maintains 1,215 acres of grounds and property. In addition to city parks, and the grounds and fields at city schools, libraries, and cemeteries, the division also maintains and staffs the city's boat launching ramps, comfort stations, and boat moorings at Veterans Park. Additional facilities at Calf Pasture and Shady Beaches are also maintained by the Park Maintenance Division.