Norwalk Green Association








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Norwalk Green Association
In August 2017, a neighborhood group formed the Norwalk Green Association to “support local community initiatives and promote the zone’s livability and walkability through the expanded use of pedestrian walkways, cross-walks and bike routes to enhance safety and improve traffic flows through Central Norwalk”.
We welcome all local residents, property owners and businesses to participate in the NGA by identifying the needs of the community and to promote awareness of this unique neighborhood in Central Norwalk.
The Norwalk Green
The Norwalk Green section of the city is a diverse, centrally located urban neighborhood that offers a unique combination of distinctive residential and commercial buildings surrounding a beautiful, wooded two-acre park which serves as the heart of the local community.
At the neighborhood’s core is the Norwalk Green Historic District, a group of 54 buildings listed in 1987 on the National Register of Historic Places, and includes St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, the First Congregational Church and Mill Hill Historic Park.
In recent years, the area has experienced a dramatic revival with many of its magnificent homes and buildings changing ownership alongside significant residential development which reflects the growing demand for apartment-style living in urban environments.
The Green itself boasts a variety of cultural, social and religious events throughout the year including a Summer concert series, American commemorative events, tree lighting and caroling over the Christmas season, as well as two seasonal Farmer’s Markets hosted by the churches.
Bordering the Norwalk River and the burgeoning Wall Street District to the west and the highly residential Bettswood and Morgan Ave neighborhoods to the east, The Norwalk Green neighborhood now offers more than 220 apartment units in over two dozen buildings with a population estimated between 800 hundred and 1000 full-time residents.