Welcome to City of Norwalk

   City of Norwalk, Ohio

The Maple City

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Norwalk is a community of neighbors, gathering on front porches to share news at
the end of the day. We care about one another, especially our families.

We have a deep respect for our rich heritage and traditions, as seen in our beautifully renovated century homes and revitalized central business district. We offer city services ranging from outstanding safety forces to curbside recycling
to state-of-the-art recreational facilities.

Located one hour west of Cleveland, one hour east of Toledo, two hours north of Columbus, and two hours southeast of Detroit, Michigan, Norwalk’s central location is an asset for business growth and distribution.

The real strength of Norwalk relies on the central premise that a strong work force and strong families make a strong community. Four school districts, over two dozen religious institutions, and a dozen fraternal organizations and service groups offer their resources to our citizens.

Leisure activities for the Norwalk community include the Summit Motorsports Park holding national drag racing competitions, 394 acres of publicly–owned open space, including 172 acres of scenic reservoir within 15 parks, and twenty minutes to the north of Norwalk, the nationally known Cedar Point Amusement Park and the Lake Erie Islands.

Welcome to Norwalk, the Maple City!

GAS AGGREGATION PROGRAM TO BEGIN IN NORWALK.  Beginning January 21st, Residents can expect to see letters from NOPEC and the City of Norwalk announcing the city's natural gas aggregation program. The letters will include an opt-out form for those not wanting to  participate. For FAQ, click here. Feel free to call the City at 419-663-6700 with any questions.



  Water/Sewer Bills - just a reminder that there is a drive-thru drop off box in front of the Police Department!

  New Water & Sewer Rates

  2015 Public Works Project Map

City of Norwalk, Ohio

City Social Media Policy

2-1-1 Information & Referral Needs now available! 2-1-1 is a phone line for information and referral to area resources services. It is a free, 24-hour service to get you help when you need it.

  SOLICITOR PERMITS are required for all business going door to door in the City of Norwalk.  Permits are obtained at City Hall.  CLICK HERE for an application.

Solicitors must have their city-issued permit with them when working in the City. If you have questions or concerns about a solicitor, please contact the Office of the Safety/Service Director at 419-663-6700 or cityofnorwalk@norwalkoh.com

Notice of Right and Request for Determination for OPERS Membership

Stormwater Utility Information