Master Plans

The City of Norwalk’s Recreation and Parks Master Plans provide direction on program offerings, facility construction and management, general capital improvements, and park amenities. While the City has completed several park upgrades and quality-of-life projects, a fresh look is needed to guide us for the next decade.

Starting in the spring of 2020, the Parks Department will initiate a comprehensive system-wide update that will provide a 10-year outlook and vision for the City’s recreation facilities, programming, open space, and trails. The plan will include research, data gathering and analysis, community involvement, and the incorporation of the following plans and documents that have already been completed.

Parks and Recreation Master plans 1952-1966  1996

City of Norwalk Citywide Plan (POCD) – Related to Open Space, Parks, Trails, and Recreation Systems.

Veteran’s Park Master Plan

Cranbury Park Master Plan

Oyster Shell Park Master Plan

Freese Park Master Plan

Oak Hills Master Plan

Bikes and Trails Master Plan

Annual Operating and Capital Improvement Program

Comprehensive Master Plan for Gallaher Estate