Time to get your Norwalk resident/beach pass

NORWALK, Conn. – This is a press release, presented in the format in which it was sent:

2018 Resident/Beach Pass


The 2017 Norwalk Resident/Beach Pass expired on March 31, 2018.

Residents were given a 30-day Grace Period at both the Transfer Station and Yard Waste Site.

Residents are required to have the 2018 Resident/Beach Pass; for cars or SUVs that enter the Norwalk Transfer Station or Yard Waste Site, and for ALL vehicles to enter Calf and Shady Beach, and Veterans and Cranbury Park.

Residents can go to the Recreation & Parks Dept at City Hall or visit www.norwalkct.org/residentpass

Norwalk Residents with Pick-up Trucks, Vans, and/or Trailers: The Resident Cards for the Norwalk Transfer Station or Yard Waste Site do not need to be renewed until July 1, 2018.

For more information, please visit the Norwalk website at www.norwalkct.org or contact the Customer Service Center at (203) 854-3200.


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Rick May 12, 2018 at 11:57 am

Has the license plate reader been installed in Calk pasture beach for the season? Have the readers been put anywhere else by the cty?

Has this been passed by the legal dept if the answer is yes?

This is now a concern of the courts from a privacy issues standpoint obtaining information and using it illegally.

The mall will have to obtain permission when it opens for one , some states have blocked this practice used by GGP is some locations , it could be an issue in Norwalk soon.

Mitch Adis May 12, 2018 at 10:37 pm

You do not have a right to privacy in a public space. What’s the difference if the attendant writes down each plate or if it is scanned? Answer – None. There are traffic cameras all along I-95. Every bridge, tunnel or road into NYC has cameras. Want privacy? Stay home.

Rick May 13, 2018 at 1:43 am

I don’t want to overload anyone’s thought process we are talking whats the law.

enormous databases of innocent motorists’ location information are growing rapidly. This information is often retained for years or even indefinitely, with few or no restrictions to protect privacy rights.ACLU

I only wanted conversation

If one gets deep in thought they get attacked, we all like to think if you don’t live by the law get out.

GGP is involved with many courts right now using plate readers in the malls, they were caught profiling shoppers, lending info to store owners on employees who skirt time sheets.The list goes on.

I think plate readers used after a robbery to produce a stolen car is a great idea but the beach?

I still have to respect your opinion Mitch , but there are some out here who are very involved with ACLU rights whether is be gender faith or sanctuary issues where that information does come back on plates on cars that may produce bad results for innocent victims.

I wont do chapter and verse but Judges states and even police departments have spoken up to push laws protecting those who you say have no rights. Id check with a city hall lawyer on this.

someone we know had a car repo, they got it back and a plate reader read it stolen, cost them a bundle to get it back but took a few days of storage they ate along with the tow.

Its nice to come out here and find all the answers, it is Norwalk

Plate readers for schools even city hall or the landfill but the beach?


PIBerman May 13, 2018 at 10:46 am

Continues to amaze me that City officials who can mail out property tax bills with nary a hitch are flummoxed mailing out annual beach stickers. Especially in what our Mayor calls “CT’s greatest City”. Maybe we need a “Beach Stick Administrator” to supervise.

Rick May 16, 2018 at 11:03 am

we need to look at the fee for outsiders, every town around went up on is fee but Norwalk, seems Harry wants a sanctuary beach also. From trash to security it all costs money and without increases guess who pays the total?

Not those from Ny who come and take over beach for short money , Norwalk wants to break even grow up and run the city responsibly.

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