Recreation & Parks
Recreation & Parks
To verify and print your Resident pass and Transfer Station pass please click here Norwalk Resident Pass Verification (norwalkct.org) If you need assistance with resident passes (Disposal) please email us at email@example.com to get a pass or to schedule an appointment to come to pick it up. The walk-up window will be closed. You can call us at 203-854-7806 or you can also reach the Customer Service Center at 203-854-3200.
The City of Norwalk continues to follow State of Connecticut Department of Public Health guidelines and recommendations during the COVID-19 pandemic. While future events may be permitted by the Parks Department and the City of Norwalk, organizations, and members of the public are reminded that these events may be canceled, potentially with short notice, for public health and safety reasons. Any approvals are to be considered conditional based on state DPH guidance and local health conditions.
Drive-thru Food Distribution-Starting Wednesday, January 13, and continuing every Wednesday until further notice, drive-thru food distribution will be available in Norwalk at Calf Pasture Beach from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. This weekly distribution will help increase access to food for people in our community by providing meals for up to 1,500 vehicles.
Please note that Calf Pasture Beach and the main parking area will be closed during the mobile food pantry events. Residents who wish to use the beach will be directed to the Shady Beach parking area.
COVID-19- There is now free drive-thru COVID-19 testing 7 days a week in Norwalk at Veteran's Park from 8:30 am to 4 pm. Please note- due to high demand, testing lines may close earlier. Please check the Norwalk CT Facebook page for more information and updates.
Resident Pass- As our season ends, we will not be checking resident parking passes at Calf Pasture Beach, Cranbury Park, and Veteran's Park as of October 16th, 2020. Passes will still be required at the Norwalk Transfer Station & Yard Waste site.