Website Policies

The Town of Norfolk has made every effort to ensure the information on this site accurately reflects what has been provided by the various town government entities or by other participating organizations, individuals and businesses. However, it cannot be responsible for any inaccuracies in information submitted, changes due to circumstances beyond its control or changes made without the approval of the editor or webmaster. Similarly, the Town cannot be responsible for the information on websites to which it has linked.

Any technical errors should be reported to the webmaster. Changes or additions to the information on this site (except events and directory listings) should be sent to the editor.


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Photographers are invited to submit pictures of Norfolk for use on the town website. Please read the following guidelines:

1. Photographs may show general scenes or specific things…buildings, activities or wildflowers, for example…that represent Norfolk’s various aspects and seasons. They must be digital images in color.

2. All photographs are submitted with the understanding that the website photo editor will review all submissions for whether they meet the necessary specifications, and that submission does not guarantee that the photo will be used. No payment will be made for use and the length of such use may vary from a few weeks to more than a year. Copyright ownership remains with the photographer but submission conveys to the town the right to use the photograph on its website, or to promote the website, indefinitely. Any other use requires permission from the photographer.

3. Photographs for the home page banner should be “mood” photos of the town. Any people should be an incidental part of the scene, not the focus. If people are recognizable, especially children, they should give their permission for use of the photo. Technical specifications: 72 dpi and 1438 pixels wide by 604 pixels high.

4. Photographs for the Living and Visiting pages can be more specific in subject and people can be part of the scene. Technical specifications: 72 dpi and 300 pixels wide by 200 pixels high.

5. Photographs for the Views page can also be more specific in subject and people can be part of the scene. Technical specifications: 72 dpi and any proportions, with a maximum of 800 pixels wide and 800 pixels high.

6. Submissions should be sent to for consideration by the photo editor. Please allow at least 2 to 3 weeks for this review.


This site is copyright (©) 2022, by the Town of Norfolk, Connecticut, which owns and maintains it. All rights reserved. All images are copyright by their individual photographers. See 2. in the Call for Photographs above for the complete policy.