Community Resources and Services

The City of Norwalk takes pride in the variety and quality of services offered to the community. From the award winning public safety programs to the vast array of recreation classes and events, the City of Norwalk offers the services and programming that make Norwalk a great place to live and work.

I-5 Freeway Expansion Project - ROAD CLOSURES

Alondra Blvd. Bridge Demolition Begins June 14

REVISED DATE! Beginning April 3, 2013 - Permanent Closure of I-5 northbound Firestone on-and-off ramps

Long Term Closure of Alondra Bridge - Beginning June 9, 2013 Detour Map

Construction Activities Map

Freeway Wall Designs

As road closure information is received from Caltrans, details will be posted regarding the I-5 Freeway Expansion Project in the City of Norwalk (Carmenita, Rosecrans/Bloomfield, and Norwalk/Imperial/Pioneer). For information on other segments along the I-5 corridor, please click on the Caltrans website and scroll down the map to the area you are interested in. Also, if you would like instant notifications via email, please click on the left side of the website to register your email address and the particular location you are interested in. If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions you would like the City to share with Caltrans, please let us know so that we can bring it to their attention. You can call City Hall at (562) 929-5302 or email us at

Art In Public Places Program

The intent of the Art in Public Places Program is to provide a collection of nationally recognized, permanent outdoor sculpture throughout the City, to be of public benefit. The program is designed to present the community with a variety of sculpture styles and themes, all of the highest possible quality.

The Art in Public Places program is entirely funded by contractor/developer contributions. Generally speaking, contractors contribute 1% of the project cost toward the Art in Public Places fund for commercial or industrial developments, having a project cost in excess of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00) or residential development of more than four lots or units, including single-family residential structures, condominiums, apartments, townhouses or other dwelling units, if the aggregate project costs exceed five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00). The other option is for the contractor to install a public art piece near or around the vicinity, subject to City Council approval.

All of the public art projects funded by the Art in Public Places program are not subsidized by General Funds.