Recreation & Parks
You can view the latest version of our Recreation and Parks Masterplan that is being submitted for adoption for the Common Council on Sep. 26, 2023, here.
The 2023-2024 Resident Disposal pass and Beach & Parks verification are available
What is a Resident Disposal Pass?
We issue residents with a disposal pass for Norwalk Transfer Station located at
61 Crescent St, Norwalk, CT 06854, and the Yard waste site is located at 15 S Smith St, Norwalk, CT 06855. You can print the pass and display it on your dashboard or take a screenshot and show it to the attendants.
What do I need to park at the beach?
We receive Norwalk-registered license plates from the DMV once a year in September. We apply those September plates to our new season on April 1st every year. Residents with verified plates in our system can park free of charge at the beaches and parks. Our parking enforcement is done with license plate readers. Non-residents or vehicles not registered in Norwalk need to pay the daily fee.
Calf Pasture Beach, Veteran's Park, Taylor Farm, and Cranbury Park parking fees are in effect from May 15 to October 15 every year.
If you need assistance with resident passes, please email us :
Beach and Parks - email@example.com -Disposal - firstname.lastname@example.org or come to pick it up in room 225 from 8:30 am-4:30 pm Monday- Friday, please bring your car registration. 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 the 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.