Social Services has released the results of Norwalk Counts, a survey conducted last month to count the number of homeless persons living on the street. The survey includes demographic information on the homeless population in the city and recommendations on what may be done to address their needs.
To learn more, click the link to the fact sheet. Norwalk Counts
Norwalk Mobile App Keeps You Informed
Residents can report issues such as potholes, graffiti, broken street lights, and other issues within the City of Norwalk in real-time using the City's free Mobile App 'Government 2.0'
To download a copy of the App, search Government 2.0 in either iTunes or Google Play.
You can document a problem with a photograph, add an email address and pinpoint the location of the problem through your smartphone or tablet. For the very best results be sure to check the location before submitting your request for service.
Norwalk wants to show its respect and pride for the community's young men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces currently on active duty, through Operation Hometown Heroes recognition program. Street banners will be hung to show our support.
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The Energy Upgrade California in LA County Program
Energy Upgrade California in Los Angeles County offers residents incentives and rebates (up to $4,500) for making energy efficiency upgrades to their homes. By working with a specially trained Participating Contractor, program participants can get an assessment of their home's energy use and specific recommendations to make their home more energy efficient. Once the selected upgrades are completed, participants typically reduce their energy use by approximately 10 to 45 percent and earn rebates and incentives that help pay for some of the costs of achieving those savings. In turn, homeowners not only save money by lowering their utility bills, but they also directly reduce their impact on the environment by using less energy and make their homes more comfortable and healthy to live in. For more information, visit energyupgradeca.org or call
Questions about the I-5 Freeway Project?
A Caltrans Advocacy Office is open at Norwalk City Hall to help customers with questions about property appraisal,
acquisition and relocation, as well as I-5 related construction activities.
Hours are Monday through Thursday from 9 am - 4 pm and every other Friday.
Residents can drop by, email or call the Caltrans representatives directly at (213) 359-7367 or (562) 929-5700 ext. 3184.
In an effort to prevent and reduce crime, the Los Angeles Regional Crime Stoppers program was created by partnering with members of the community, law enforcement, and media in offering anonymity and cash rewards to anyone providing information leading to an arrest, resulting in safer communities. For more info on the program,
please click the link or call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).