Welcome new residents. On this page you will find information we hope you find helpful as you settle into your new surroundings.
The National Iron Bank
12 John Curtiss Road
24 hour ATM; Drive-up window
The Transfer Station is available to all Norfolk residents. Household waste, plastics, paper, metal, bulky waste and electronics. Stickers (valid from July 1 to June 30) are required and are available at the Town Clerk’s office. The facility is open Monday, Wednesday & Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Open Tuesdays after National holidays that fall on Monday.
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Norfolk Post Office
6 John J. Curtiss Road
Sign up at for free delivery at the Norfolk service desk. Boxes of various sizes are available for yearly rental ($58 to $138) and are located in the 24 hour lobby.
Service desk hours:
19 Maple Avenue is the location for all Town Offices and provides meeting space for the boards and committees. Check out the Town Government section on this site for more information about the various offices.
It is also the location for the very popular Farmer’s Market.
11:00 am to 8:00 pm, June – Labor Day residents may swim in Tobey Pond during the summer months. The pond is located at the end of Golf Drive. Lifeguards on duty. Parking available for town residents only ($50/vehicle; $35.00 (seniors over 65). Car stickers may be purchased in the Clerk’s office.
This very successful market runs from mid-May through early October on Saturdays from 10 to 4 in front of Town Hall. Featured are locally grown vegetables, meats, cheeses, bread and a variety of crafts. Indoor markets are held a few times during the winter months inside Town Hall. For more information visit their web site: norfolkfarmersmarket.org.
This organization is a hub of activity. Besides being a lending library, it produces many activities like concerts, children’s programs, art exhibitions.
Forms are available from the State of Connecticut.
Norfolk is the home of a multitude of volunteer organizations. Check the Directory for a list of the various groups that work to make our lives better.
This is Norfolk’s local paper. It is published monthly by a dedicated group of volunteers. Free copies of the paper are distributed to each town resident. The content of each month’s publication is available online at nornow.org. Subscriptions are also available for those needing delivery out of town.
Get more out of your next visit to Norfolk, CT by downloading a copy of our new illustrated map and guide to all the must see local attractions and resources.