The mission of the Connecticut Military Department is to "protect life and property and preserve peace, order and…More public safety." The Army and Air National Guard are the principal implementers of this mission, and they provide assistance whenever local or state agencies are overwhelmed.
In addition to these vital services, the Military Department administers a variety of programs designed to help families of service members residing in Connecticut. These include grants, children's programs and Operation E.L.F., which brings home for the holidays Connecticut service members training or working out of state.
Built in 1912, City Hall is the main government building in Norwalk.
At City Hall, you'll find the offices for…More the building management department, comptroller, conservation, finance, grants department, human relations, mayor, planning and zoning, public works, recreation and parks, tax assessor, tax collector and youth services.
Various city commissions and the common council hold meetings in City Hall. Notices and agendas for upcoming meetings and city events can be found at the information desk on the first floor. You can also find other legal notices there.
Attached to City Hall is the Norwalk Concert Hall, where events and concerts are held. Its schedule can be found on the city website.