News and Events



"New Gateways Welcome Visitors to Town” - an article in Norfolk Now


Published in: “Norfolk Now” August 6, 2021 Issue

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Norfolk Community Association 125 Years Old

NCA 125 years old


Published in: “Norfolk Now” February, 2020 Issue

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Norfolk Community Association Highlighted in Local Magazine


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Published in: "Towns & Villages” May, 2020 Issue, Page 8

The Lakeville Journal Company

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April

Norfolk Spring Clean Up Month
Do What You Can, When You Can!

Help Pick Up Trash and Litter at These Locations

– Village Green

– Station Place

– Greenwoods Road / Route 44 (East and West)

– Buttermilk Falls

– East and West Entrances to Norfolk

– North Street / Litchfield Road

– West Side Road

– Mountain Road

– Maple Avenue and Town Pathways

– Shepard Road

– Your Own Street

NOTE: Keep your social distancing in place while getting outside. Please schedule clean up on your own at a time that best suits you.


Some Recently Found Trash

Beer Cans

Find us on Instagram and post your most unique "Clean-Up Finds."


NOTE: May – On Memorial Day 2020 you’ll see a repeat of our flag tribute.


February



January
2020: Happy 2020 from The Norfolk Community Association

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Plus . ..  Blossoms all summer long are high on the NCA 2020 agenda!

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Clean Up Day 2019 Success Story

Saturday April 27, 2019 was a great success. 38 volunteers collected over 100 bags of trash helping Norfolk live up to its reputation as the “Village Beautiful.” A big thank you to all who participated.


NCA clean up day


Upcoming News for Spring 2019

Look for Community Association’s Spring Flowers to bloom throughout downtown Norfolk beginning in late May. These baskets of cheerful florals will mark the beginning of what we know will be a spectacular Norfolk Summer!

Every time you visit town hall, take a moment to enjoy the wall plantings along Maple Ave, your Community Association’s work, due to be installed in late May.


FIRST IN 2019: The Community Association has led the effort for a Memorial Day week marked by a very special tribute. One American Flag representing each fallen service member from Norfolk will be placed on the Village Green and Memorial Green. This solemn exhibit of remembrance and honor will be a fitting salute by our Norfolk community. This project was made possible by funding from The Evan Hughes Trust.


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To learn more about Norfolk and what’s happening in our village, visit the Norfolk town web site.



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