At the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency, all of our energies and resources go into enhancing the physical, economic, and social environment of the Norwalk community.
We work here. We live here. We're proud of - and know firsthand - Norwalk's present advantages and future opportunities.
- The CDBG PY48 Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) and application instructions are at https://www.norwalkct.org/1412/Community-Development-Block-Grant. Eligible non-profit organization are invited to apply for CDBG program year 48 entitlement funding.
- The Wall Street - West Avenue Neighborhood Plan was approved on March 13th, 2019. The Plan is available here as well as in hard copy at the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency located at 3 Belden Avenue Norwalk, CT 06850.
The Plan consolidates, updates, and replaces the previous Wall Street Redevelopment Plan as well as the West Avenue Redevelopment Plan.
- The CDBG PY47 Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) and application instructions are at https://www.norwalkct.org/1412/Community-Development-Block-Grant. Eligible non-profit organization are invited to apply for CDBG program year 47 entitlement funding.
- The Norwalk Redevelopment Agency invites the public to comment on our draft application to the EPA Brownfields Cleanup Grant. Additional details are found in the provided link. FY21 EPA Brownfield Cleanup Grant Public Meeting Notice. Drafts of the Project Narrative and Analysis of Brownfields Cleanup Alternatives (ABCA) are available here:
30 Monroe Street ABCA
EPA Grant Application Project Narrative
- THE SONO COLLECTION - EXTERIOR FACADE MATERIAL OPTIONS
- THE SONO COLLECTION - EXTERIOR SIGNAGE MANUAL
- Whistleville / Lexington Avenue Historic Preservation Strategy (September 2015)
- Meetings and Committees
- Greater Norwalk Ten Year Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness
- Resources & Guidelines, Historic Preservation in Norwalk (July 1980)
- DRAFT Parking Plan (December 2012)
- Connectivity Masterplan (March 2012)
- Sustainable Design Guidelines (May 2011), apply to all redevelopment plan areas
- Fiscal and Economic Impact Analysis of Norwalk Redevelopment Projects (June 2016)
- Fiscal and Economic Impact Analysis of Norwalk Redevelopment Projects - Presentation
- Strategic Plan 2021
Redevelopment & Urban Renewal Plans (according to State Statute 132)
- Wall Street - West Avenue Neighborhood Plan
- Reed Putnam Urban Renewal Area
- TOD Redevelopment Plan, approved September 2016
- Urban Renewal Plan Washington-South Main Street Improvement Area #2 (1981, rev 2006)
For Public Comment
Community Arts & Cultural Sponsorship Program
For The Public
Harbor Loop Trail/SoNo Wharf
The City of Norwalk and Norwalk Redevelopment Agency are working with a consulting firm on the design and engineering of integral segments of the Norwalk River Valley Trail that will connect the existing trail and complete the Harbor Loop along the east bank of the Norwalk River, and of SoNo Wharf as a green space to include the continuation of the trail north. To learn more, visit the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency's website.
South Norwalk Train Station Area Study
The Norwalk Redevelopment Agency (NRDA) has made the South Norwalk Station Area Study final draft report available for public comment. The study is the result of several months of detailed analysis and public outreach on how to strategically position the South Norwalk Train Station as a multi-modal transportation hub, and best serve residents and businesses in Norwalk. To view the report and learn more about the study, visit the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency's website.
Mathews Park Master Site Plan
Draft Mathews Park Master Plan
The Norwalk Redevelopment Agency is currently seeking feedback on a set of proposed draft recommendations for improving Mathews Park. We are asking that the public review the two presentations from our public meetings and submit any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4:00pm on Friday July 30th. This feedback will help inform our efforts to submit a final set of recommendations to the City for how to improve Mathews Park.