Region 7 Announces Student Records Disposal

In keeping with state and federal regulations on records retention and disposal, school officials plan to destroy the records of special education and 504 students who left or graduated from Regional School District No. 7 schools on or before June 30. 2017, or who were born before July 1, 1999.

As these records may be needed for Social Security benefits or other purposes, anyone wishing to review his/her records or obtain the original, may do so by calling Quentin Reueckert, director of Shared Services, at 860-379-8583 before June 4, 2024.

To view the Legal Notice click here.

Notice of Extension for Opening of Public Hearing

The Zoning Board of Appeals has received an application for an appeal of a zoning regulation submitted by David Torrey on a decision made by the Land Use Officer regarding a property at 524 Winchester Road owned by Luis Medina. The Hearing will be held upstairs at the Town Hall and was scheduled to open on April 4, 2024 but has been extended to April 25, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. See application here.

Rescheduled Event

There will be a showing of the film Uprooting Addiction, on Sunday, 2/11/24 at 4:00 p.m. at the Church of Christ Congregational followed by a panel discussion. The film is recommended for ages 12 or older. This free event is sponsored by Greenwoods Counseling, Church of Christ Congregational and the Town of Norfolk Social Services Department. See preview here.

911 Reflective House Numbers

Get a reflective house number for free! Courtesy of a recent grant, the NVFD will provide any Norfolk resident with a blue number sign to make it easier for them to find you in an emergency. Call, email or text Sandy Evans (860-866-7923/ with your name and street address. There is no cost for this service.