Public Forum to Address Flooding, May 28 at City Hall

A special Public Forum and Listening Session on flooding in Norwalk is scheduled for Tuesday, May 28, 2019, at 6 p.m. in the Community Room at Norwalk City Hall.

The public is invited to learn more about the initiatives the City has taken to address flooding and hear about the latest schedule of activities. This special session also provides residents an opportunity to express their opinions and concerns about flooding in the Norwalk before the City embarks on the next Storm Drainage System Evaluation.

“A partnership between residents and the City is the best way we will be able to address flooding promptly. We need their help identifying issues. I hope the public will join us at this special forum and let their voices be heard,” said Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling. “These problems cannot be solved overnight, and we are doing everything we can to address the causes of flooding in Norwalk proactively. We take these issues seriously and welcome feedback from the public.”

This special meeting will be recorded and posted on norwalkct.org for those who cannot attend. The meeting will also be replayed locally on Government Access Channel 79, which is available to Altice cable subscribers.

Residents are asked to report flooding and drainage problems to the Norwalk Customer Service Center. They can be reached via phone at (203) 854-3200 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Residents can also use the Customer Service Click & Request smartphone app (available on iOS and Android) or an online portal (bit.ly/NorwalkCAR) to submit a request.

For more information, visit norwalkct.org.


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