Located in City Hall, the Registrar of Voters manages the voters, poll workers and elections in the City of Norwalk.…More Eligible citizens wishing to vote should visit either the office or the website to fill out the necessary forms to ensure proper registration. Forms are available in Spanish as well as English.
The Registrar also hires and trains poll workers and other election officials. As the Norwalk administrator for all local, state, and federal elections and primaries, the office runs the voting locations and provides the voting equipment.
The office is also charged with ensuring future voter turnout by encouraging voter registration and participation. The website has polling locations for first-timers.
Bartoli Electric Group claims to be Norwalk's oldest electrical contractor. The firm offers comprehensive electical…More and lighting design, wiring, repair and maintenance services for residential and commercial clients; it also sells and installs electric-vehicle charging stations and generators. Call the office during regular business hours to schedule a free estimate.
Norwalk Pastime Athletic & Social Club 59 Seaview Ave, Norwalk, CT06855 The Norwalk Pastime Athletic and Social Club is a private establishment run by an elected board. General member meetings…More are held on the third Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm, except in July and August. All members enjoy each others' company through sports, meals, functions and conversation.
The details of living are the stuff of the Norwalk Town Clerk, who is responsible for the recording and maintenance…More of a wide variety of records, including vital statistics, land statistics and election records. The Town Clerk can also perform marriages and civil unions.
The Town Clerk manages the collection of real estate fees such as conveyance taxes and recording fees. In addition, dog licenses, fishing licenses, marriage licenses, death certificates and absentee ballots are all available at the Town Clerk's office.
Interested in running for office? The Town Clerk's office is your first stop for registration and financial disclosure statements. It's also your first stop if you're going to be overseas during the elections and you'd like to vote.