Read about the State of the City in the March edition of Norwalk Now. This edition's top stories include:
Highlights of the Mayor's Prayer Breakfast
Guessing What's Inside Norwalk's Famous Time Capsule
Free Eco-Gardening Workshops for City Residents
Norwalk City Manager Mike Egan Says Norwalk and Neighboring Cities will Lead Regional Rebound
At the annual State of the City address, Egan outlined Norwalk's "2020 Vision" strategic action plan, calling for continued collaboration with neighboring communities
like Downey, Cerritos, Santa Fe Springs, and Bellflower. Egan also stressed the need to collaborate for federal funding.
"Artastic" - Community Art Competition & Scholarship Program
This year marks our 5th annual "Artastic" program. Don't miss out on this award winning special event celebrating the arts and highlighting the programs and classes at the Norwalk Cultural Arts Center.
Saturday, March 15, 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Art Submittal Dates: February 25 - 28
Art Exhibit Dates: March 13 - 15
Eco Gardening Workshops
For the next six weeks, the Water Replenishment District and the City of Norwalk is hosting a series of workshops on water smart gardening that are quick, beautiful and easy to adopt.
Residents can report issues such as potholes, graffiti, broken street lights, and other issues within the City of Norwalk in real-time using the City's free Mobile App 'Government 2.0'
To download a copy of the App, search Government 2.0 in either iTunes or Google Play.
You can document a problem with a photograph, add an email address and pinpoint the location of the problem through your smartphone or tablet. For the very best results be sure to check the location before submitting your request for service.