Recent Posts

  • What People Have Said

    Dear Sue Prosi, It was a pleasure meeting you at the Walk Bridge meeting held at City Hall. Thank you for graciously taking the time to speak with me. I […]


    Tuesday, June 5th – Walk Bridge Information Meetings Norwalk City Hall, Concert Hall, 125 East Avenue, Norwalk *********************************************************************** Two sessions: 4:00 PM 6:30 PM

  • What was the secret password anyway?

    During a two day non-public workshop held February 27-28th at the Norwalk Inn, the Connecticut DOT met with “various stakeholders” to work on items that need to be addressed in […]

  • Schedule of Upcoming POCD Meetings

    Mon, May 21 (Green & Sustainable) 6-8pm Sono Branch Library Tue, May 22 (City Character) 6-8pm City Hall Community Room Wed, May 30 (Economic Development) 6-8pm Sono Branch Library Thu, […]

  • That’s a whole lot of welcome…

    On February 27th, 2018, the DOT opened a Walk Bridge Welcome Center on the first floor of the Lock Building at 20 Marshall St. in South Norwalk, at a cost […]

  • Eversource Undergrounding Project Walk Bridge Connection

    Eversource currently has two 115,000 (115 kV) transmission lines along the Walk Bridge railroad corridor. CT DOT regulations do not permit utility attachments on railroad bridges. The transmission lines must […]

  • Eversource Undergrounding and the Visitor’s Docks

    In 2015 the City of Norwalk  undertook a project to replace the boat ramp and the floating docks at Veteran’s Park, and to improve the adjacent parking lot. The proposed […]

  • Eversource Undergrounding and Environmental Concerns

    The proposed route for the undergrounding of two electric transmission cables will involve horizontal directional drilling and take a path through Veteran’s Memorial Park. According to Wikipedia, that land, formally […]

  • 15, 19 & 21 Fort Point Street

    In 2017, the CT DOT concluded publicly that no further takings would be necessary in connection with the Walk Bridge project(s) after whittling down the list of 17 properties originally […]

  • April 5th Zoning Commission Meeting Report – FINAL DECISION

    After a public hearing that was continued on April 2nd, and after hearing the results of two peer reviews, the Zoning Commissioners unanimously approved both the zone change and the […]