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Important notice from Tax Collector

The Tax Collector has had many tax bills returned by the post office due to incorrect addresses on both real estate and motor vehicle billings. Please be sure that the Assessor’s Office has been advised of…

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Norfolk by the numbers

170 bird species
Natural habitat and climate attract a variety of birds year round.
28 artists
Norfolk is home to a variety of creative types, including one harpsichord and one weathervane maker.
99 curlers
One of two curling clubs in CT, the Norfolk Curling Club (est.1956), is celebrating its 60th Anniversary.
3 state parks
Dennis Hill, Haystack Mountain and Campbell Falls are freely accessed within our borders.
1787 people
Norfolk boasts one of the smallest, but friendliest populations in the state.
25 miles of streams
Diverse waterways provide habitats for plants and wildlife, while offering beauty and recreational opportunities that enhance our lives.
56 historic buildings
The Norfolk Historical Society provides a walking tour of the town which features many buildings on the National Register.
250 911 calls
The Norfolk Lions Club Volunteer Ambulance provides free service to our town and western parts of Colebrook.
1550 classical concerts
The Norfolk Chamber Music Festival has been going strong since 1906.
18 years before 1776
Norfolk is an historic pre-revolutionary town.
68 family events
The Norfolk Library, a cultural hub and jewel of the community is not just about books.
12:1 ratio
Class size at Botelle Elementary School is comfortable for teachers and students.

Visitor Map

Get more out of your next visit to Norfolk, CT by downloading a copy of our new illustrated map to all the must see local attractions and resources.

FREE Download Map by Bart Arnold. © Norfolk Map Committee.