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Norwalk Extends Time For Input On Branding Project

Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling is urging residents to take an online survey to help develop a new branding program for the city in hopes of offering an updated image an attracting more visitors.
Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling is urging residents to take an online survey to help develop a new branding program for the city in hopes of offering an updated image an attracting more visitors. Photo Credit: Facebook

NORWALK, Conn., -- Norwalk leaders have extended the time for public input on an upcoming branding project for the city.

Norwalk residents, business owners, employees and visitors are invited to share their feedback about Norwalk by completing a voluntary public survey that will be available through Oct. 6.

Mayor Harry Rilling and the group working on the project, offered the extension in hopes that additional residents will take the time to complete the online survey at www.norwalkct.org/survey.

The group is working with a small steering committee of community representatives to identify the key attributes that best represent the City of Norwalk.

“Extending the survey period will give us a greater opportunity to reach all age groups, ethnic and economic backgrounds that help make Norwalk unique,” Rilling said.

The new branding is set to launch in early 2016. For more information on the branding process contact Elizabeth Stocker at 203-854-7948.

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