Superintendent Joe Lindenberger says staff members work hard and “burn the candle at both ends,” but they enjoy what they do
Park to have pavilion, playground, swing set, basketball, tennis and pickleball courts, rock wall and restrooms.
METRICH drug task to donate Cellebrite machine which pulls information off a drug suspect’s cell phone to Huron County.
Put on your best costume, and dress up your dog — this Saturday, Oct. 22, is the Norwalk Parks and Recreation department’s annual Pet & Pup Parade.
The best-dressed people and pets will be judged for prizes before the parade starts.
All dogs 16 weeks and older are welcome for event at Norwalk outdoor pool.
Safety-Service Director Dan Wendt invites everyone to attend S.W.O.T. analysis.
Parks and recreation department gets ready for neighborhood parks forum.
Sycamore Drive resident upset about decision, lack of response.
Norwalk ouncil members considering what Park & Rec funding option to place on the November ballot
1.8-mill levy would combine all three existing parks and recreation levies and produce an extra $184,000 annually for the department.
Norwalk city council members will likely have new legislation to consider involving the parks and recreation levy at Tuesday’s work session.
Norwalk council members deciding whether to place rec levy on November ballot
“Why wasn’t this included in the budget?” Supplementals are a way of life in Norwalk.
Community center had 5,755 members through 2015.