Welcome to Norfolk, Connecticut
Our small, unspoiled New England town, surrounded by beautiful hills and forests, offers a wonderful variety of things to do. Come by yourself or bring your family; friendly Norfolk will welcome you.
Landau to Show Recent Paintings
Past Life Regression Workshop at Hub
Contemporary German Film Series Continues at Library
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Spring Family and Friends Bonspiel March 25
12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Teens Plan Open Library March 25
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Less than two...
…weeks to enter the “My Norfolk” photo contest! It’s fun, it’s free, anyone can check the rules and enter photos that express your idea of Norfolk. Judges will announce winners May 1.
Winter storm Brenda taxed local services Tuesday and Wednesday, prompting First Selectman Matt Riiska to declare a state of emergency.Read more
A traffic petition seeking slower speeds along Route 44 near Botelle School has received 360 signatures.Read more
Norfolk’s assessment for the $23,455,528 Regional 7 budget could rise 5.26 percent in 2023-24, the highest percentage of the four member towns.Read more
The Church of Christ is trying out a new schedule for Sunday worship in an effort to align the spiritual experience with modern-day life.Read more
Fourth gas cleanup meeting reveals plans for spring remediation.Read more
The Public Hearing for the Proposed Community Dog Park held on Tuesday, February 14, 2023 which was continued to March 14, 2023 has been extended until April 11, 2023. Read more. View the application and map and Revised Site Plan.
Taxpayers wishing to appeal assessments on the October 1, 2022 Real Estate and/or Personal Property List, or the 2021 Supplemental Motor Vehicle List must make a written request to the Board of Assessment Appeals for a hearing. Read more.
Motor Vehicle Supplemental and Second Installment of Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes on the 2021 Grand List are due and payable January 1, 2023. Read more.
Please note that both new and used motor vehicles (including cars, SUVs, trucks, RVs and motorcycles) have increased. Please see attached for details.
The Norfolk Fire Department has information on the Knox Box for those with older parents or persons who live alone.Read more
The community's paper publishes news and in-depth articles on Norfolk events and people. It is distributed free to all residents and by subscription; its website carries back issues.
To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, the Norfolk Library will open its Great Hall to welcome the well-known Irish band Teada. Read the article.
This directory is your guide to Norfolk organizations, businesses, places of worship and municipal contacts. To request a free listing, use the link below.
Wondering where to have your award framed? You can get it done at Turi’s, right here in town. Need the post office’s phone number? Want to find the nearest caterer? (Norfolk has several of those.) See the directory for a wealth of information about our town, including food, lodging and the many services available.