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What’s Open/Closed on Fourth Of July In Norwalk

Norwalk City Hall, and other government buildings, will be closed Thursday for the Fourth of July.
Norwalk City Hall, and other government buildings, will be closed Thursday for the Fourth of July. Photo Credit: Alfred Branch

NORWALK, Conn. – With the Fourth of July coming up, several places around Norwalk will be closed or operating on a different schedule. Here's what you need to know before heading out Thursday.

Norwalk’s Fireworks celebration will be held Wednesday at Calf Pasture Beach, beginning at dusk. The rain date is July 5. Cars without a valid Norwalk Beach Sticker will be charged $20 to park for the fireworks on Wednesday.

Garbage collection that typically occurs on Thursdays will be moved to Saturday this week.

What's Closed on Thursday?

  • Norwalk City Hall
  • Norwalk Public Library
  • Norwalk Transfer Station and Yard Debris Site (Open 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday and 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday)
  • Post Offices
  • Most banks (call ahead)
  • All state and federal offices

What’s Open?

Most area supermarkets, restaurants, bars, liquor stores and other retail locations are open. However, these places may be operating on a Sunday schedule or special holiday hours or may be closed. Call ahead before heading out to any of these establishments.

Trains

If you’re planning a trip via Metro-North, trains will operate on a Sunday schedule on July 4, with several additional trains to get you to and from the annual Macy’s Fireworks. Trains will operate on a Saturday schedule on Friday and Saturday with extra service throughout the day.

Visit the Metro-North website for more information.

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