NORWALK, Conn. — The Norwalk Police Department is reminding residents of safety rules for Monday night's annual fireworks display at Calf Pasture Beach.
The Norwalk Department of Police Service will have enhanced security at this event.
"Similar to last year, uniformed police officers will be patrolling the beach along with members of the Emergency Services Unit," police said in a statement. "The Norwalk Department of Police Service wants all attendees to have a happy and safe time."
Norwalk Police Officers will be working traffic posts in lower East Norwalk. Those traveling in that area should expect significant delays before and after the fireworks due to high traffic volume.
All drivers are asked to use extreme caution due to the number of pedestrians in and around Beach Road.
"We ask all drivers to be patient and courteous, as our officers will do their best to clear the traffic as quickly as possible," police said.
Also, no glass, no dogs, and no fireworks are allowed at Calf Pasture Beach during the show.
Anyone found with these items could be subject to fines and removal from the beach.
Any suspicious activity should be reported immediately by calling 911.
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