Norwalk city officials have decided to post signs at and parking lots to tell non-residents that they're not supposed to park there to avoid fees at Calf Pasture and Shady beaches.
" and has become a destination," according to a news release issued by the mayor's office."We have implemented these changes to ensure the safety for all and continued convenience for non-residents and City residents."
The new signs are to go up by Saturday, July 16.
"All non-residents parking in those areas will be ticketed and towed at their expense," according to the news release. "Residents can only park in these areas with a proper pass displayed."
In addition, Mayor Richard A. Moccia announced in the news release:
Non-residents won't be allowed to enter Shady Beach to drop off supplies meant to be used in Taylor Farm park. They must unload outside of the gate and then park on the Taylor Farm grass area where an attendant will greet them. All non-residents will need to pay at the main gate before entering Taylor Farm.
The city will post "Tow Away Zone" signs on Canfield Avenue near Shorehaven Golf Club.
Editor's note: Mayor Richard A. Moccia in the video attached to this article.