• Food Fight!

    Read why you will be paying 1% more in tax at restaurants, but NOT on your groceries in the supermarket.

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  • Who Said That?

    We’re so glad the City of Norwalk is on board with making East Avenue a proper gateway to East Norwalk, as we have been saying since 2014. Who knew it […]

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  • Monthly ENNA Meeting

    East Norwalk Neighborhood Association’s OCTOBER monthly meeting will be held at 6:30pm on October 21st at The Marvin Senior Housing, 60 Gregory Blvd in the Community Room. Park and enter […]

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  • Pardon the mess…

    You may have noticed that the Gateway East Norwalk site is undergoing a site redesign. Over the years, the site has expanded it’s mission to include more and more information […]

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Recent Posts


  • Food Fight!

    You may have been reading some provocative statements in the press recently about a “grocery tax” or taxing your food. Flying almost as fast and furious as the mashed potatoes […]

  • Who Said That?

    We’re so glad the City of Norwalk is on board with making East Avenue a proper gateway to East Norwalk, as we have been saying since 2014. Who knew it […]

  • What’s Up With the Water?

    There’s been some excitement, and a fair amount of anxiety as one of Norwalk’s two municipal water companies released it’s required annual water quality report this summer. FIRST DISTRICT 2018 […]

  • TOD Study Choices and Priorities Workshop (7/25/2019)

    The second public forum to gather input for the Transit Oriented Development study for East Norwalk around the railway bridge was held on July 25th. This session involved a visual […]

  • Walk Bridge Permit Pending for September 1st

    At a recent meeting attended by Walk Bridge Project and DEEP representatives, it was reported that Connecticut’s Department of Transportation intends to submit the master permit application for the Walk […]

  • Public Hearing on “Poko”

    There will be a public hearing by the Planning Committee of the Common Council on Thursday July 18th @ 7pm on the new proposal by Municipal Holdings LLC for Wall […]

  • Well, they both start with “A”

    According to Lisa Burns of Norwalk’s Department of Public Works, the 90% design stage of the Walk Bridge was supposed to have been reached in April. According to Judd Everhart, […]

  • TOD Study Community Visioning Forum (3/23/2019)

    On March 23, 2019, the first community engagement session took place in connection with the East Avenue TOD Study funded by a state grant of $125,000. View the presentation. Harriman, […]

  • Maritime Aquarium

    The Walk Bridge Project will be imposing a number of permanent and temporary easements on the Maritime Aquarium. Among the impacts will be demolition of certain parts of the building […]

  • East Norwalk Information Forum on 230 East Avenue

    The East Norwalk Information Forum on the Zone Amendment and Development Application was held this past Saturday. More than fifty East Norwalk residents and local business owners turned up. The […]