A Development Vision for Our Urban Neighborhoods

Norwalk’s neighborhoods need to remain vital and vibrant. In order to plan for the next decade, the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency is looking into current conditions and changes that have occurred in the Wall Street/West Avenue and Washington Street/South Main neighborhoods since the last 10-year plan.

This plan will look into the current situation and future needs for the following:

  • Land Use
  • Commercial/Business
  • Residential/Housing
  • Public utilities
  • Public space
  • Historic preservation
  • Streets, traffic, transportation and parking
  • Environmental protection

In order to ensure public input, the Agency established a working group that meets quarterly to guide our planning process. We have also held meetings and interviews with stakeholders from business, residents and other stakeholders. The plans are on track to be reinstated in spring 2019.
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Current Plans & Proposals

Wall/West Avenue Plan

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Have A Say: You Live, Work & Visit Here!

We need everyone who lives, works and visits these neighborhoods to have a say. If you are one of the following, we would like to hear from you:

- Resident
- Property owner
- Business owner
- Public official
- Institutional agency
- Visitor

Help us to capture the true, current temperature of the Wall Street/West Avenue and Washington Street/South Main neighborhoods and make your mark on Norwalk's future.

If you have any questions about the Redevelopment planning efforts, contact Tami Strauss at tstrauss@norwalkct.org or call 203-854-7810 x46787

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Other Planning Efforts

Along with and helping to shape the Wall Street/West Avenue neighborhood, the city is also conducting a Citywide Plan/POCD, a citywide Parking study and a Transit Oriented Development plan around East Avenue.