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Pay It forward Application Deadline Extended

The deadline for Pay It Forward, Norfolk, applications had been extended until Jan. 24. The program is inspired by the Kindness in Motion initiative at Northwestern Regional School #7, and is a project of Norfolk Net. All ages are invited to pitch ideas for acts of kindness for the community. The acts can benefit individuals or groups. Each grant recipient will receive $100 in seed money made available by the Norfolk Foundation. Recipients can work individually or as a team. Applications forms can be found here.

Secretary of the State Certifies Election Results

The office of the Secretary of the State has certified the results of the Nov. 2 election. To view the document, click Municipal Election 2021.

UniteCT Available to Help Renters and Landlords

The UniteCT program is available to help renters and landlords, as well as households that have fallen behind on  electric utility payments. Click here to apply for assistance. Those who have questions should call the Norfolk Social Service Office at 860-542-2887.

Energy Assistance Help

Energy Assistance applications are now available Monday and Wednesday 12:00 to 3:30 p.m. at the Town Hall. You can also make an appointment by calling 860-542-2887.

Housing Plan

A draft of the town’s 2022-2027 Housing Plan is available to review here.



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Broadband Survey

Fiber optic broadband is a key component of CT’s infrastructure plans but Norfolk is not a priority for the state or most telecom service providers. If we want a fiber network, we’ll have to be proactive. Take our survey here and let us know what you think about bringing this technology to our homes and businesses.