Update, 9:31 a.m., Tuesday:
Here's what the Norwalk ballot looks like (a PDF file).
Every other Election Day, more than a third of Norwalk's voters go to a different polling place, but you can look up yours by going to the city website and typing in your address.
If you know your district, you can look up the polling place on the table below, which has links to maps provided by Norwalk city government.
(Remember that at various polling places [not all of them, see second list, below], and a for the Norwalk Emergency Homeless Shelter is being conducted at all polling places, so please bring a can of food with you and drop it off when you vote.)
Polling stations open at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Norwalk municipal election polling places
A-1 Tracey Elementary School
20 Camp Street Location Map A-2 St. Mary's Community Hall
669 West Avenue Location Map A-3 Kendall Elementary School
57 Fillow Street Location Map A-4 Nathan Hale Middle School
Back of Gym
176 Strawberry Hill Ave. Location Map B-1 Columbus Elementary School
46 Concord Street Location Map B-2 Nathaniel Ely School
11 Ingalls Avenue Location Map C-1 Marvin Elementary School
15 Calf Pasture Beach Road Location Map C-2 Nathan Hale Middle School
Front of Gym
176 Strawberry Hill Avenue Location Map D-1 Ponus Ridge Middle School
21 Hunters Lane Location Map D-2 West Rocks Middle School
81 West Rocks Road Location Map E-1 Brookside Elementary School
382 Highland Avenue Location Map E-2 Rowayton Elementary School
1 Roton Avenue Location Map E-3 Fox Run Elementary School
228 Fillow Street Location Map
(Source: Norwalk city government website)
You can buy Girl Scout cookies at these polling places
Columbus Magnet School
46 Concord St.—8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
15 Calf Pasture Beach Rd.—6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Fox Run School
228 Fillow St.—6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
West Rocks Middle School
81 West Rocks Rd.—6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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