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Norwalk Parks Closed Because Of Hurricane Sandy Damage

Sand, debris and toppled benches at Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk Tuesday following Hurricane Sandy. City officials closed the beach, and Cranbury and Veterans Memorial parks, until further notice due to unsafe conditions.
Sand, debris and toppled benches at Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk Tuesday following Hurricane Sandy. City officials closed the beach, and Cranbury and Veterans Memorial parks, until further notice due to unsafe conditions. Photo Credit: Don Capone

NORWALK, Conn. – Norwalk has closed Calf Pasture Beach, Veterans Memorial and Cranbury parks until further notice due to damage from Hurricane Sandy.

All vehicular and pedestrian traffic will be prohibited at the three parks because conditions have been deemed unsafe.

Mayor Richard Moccia, on behalf of the Norwalk Parks and Recreation Department, made the announcement Wednesday.

A date for when the parks will be reopened has not been released.

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