For the past 50 years, Norwalk has received Community Development Block Grant funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The grant is managed by the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency. To receive funds, the City is required to undergo a comprehensive planning process every five years, which includes a Five-Year Consolidated Plan, as well as an update to the Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing, and Citizen Participation Plan for all HUD related programs and plans.

The Consolidated Plan for the next five years, 2020 – 2025, will assess the housing and community development needs for Norwalk, and provide a comprehensive five-year strategy to:

  • Increase and maintain the supply of affordable and supportive housing for low-income and special needs populations, including the homeless
  • Create a suitable living environment through neighborhood revitalization and improvements in public facilities and services
  • Expand economic opportunities for lower income households

Read The Past Plans Here:
2015-2019 5-Year Consolidated Plan2015 Analysis of Impediments2016 Citizen Participation Plan

We Want Your Input

We are looking for Norwalk residents, businesses and others interested in fair and affordable housing in Norwalk to participate in the Consolidated Plan by sharing your thoughts. An important part of the planning will be discussions and feedback from the community. If you have any questions about the planning efforts, contact Sabrina Church at or at (203)854-7810 ext. 46781.

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Other Planning Efforts

Along with the Consolidated plan to assess housing and community development needs for Norwalk, the City is conducting a Parking Study a ten-year Citywide Plan/POCD as well as planning for the Wall Street/West Avenue Neighborhood and a Transit Oriented Development plan around East Avenue.