East Norwalk is one of the earliest settlements in what is now the City of Norwalk. Until 1913, East Norwalk was a town, and the remnants of that governance exist today in the form of Norwalk’s third taxing district. The third taxing district owns and operates its own electric and water utility.

At the end of Gregory Blvd, a monument celebrating the founding of Norwalk by Roger Ludlow in 1640.

East Norwalk

End of Summer Hurrah Weekend

If you are already pining for another summer thing to do, this weekend (September 8, 9 & 10) is one of the classic town celebrations,

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East Norwalk

Mr. Frosty’s

The lines in the summer wrap around the block. Mr. Frosty’s is open year-round and anchors the lively corner of East Norwalk where the neighborhood

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East Norwalk

Veteran’s Park

Across from historic SoNo, in what is technically “East” Norwalk but is practically a part of the SoNo scene, is Veteran’s or Vet’s Park. This

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East Norwalk Cemetery
East Norwalk

East Norwalk Cemetery

The first burial of colonial settlers was in 1655 making this cemetery the oldest in Norwalk. The triangle shape echos that of the Norwalk green

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Stroffolino Bridge
East Norwalk

Why Is This Named That?

The bridge that spans the Norwalk River and connects East Norwalk to South Norwalk is named after Stanley H. Stroffolino. A former state senator and

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East Norwalk

Don Carmelo’s

East Norwalk is rapidly becoming the goto food destination in Norwalk. Forget the trendy SoNo eateries with their crowded sidewalks, come explore the fresh fare

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