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About Norwalk, CT
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Norwalk is a city located in southwestern Connecticut, in southern Fairfield County and on the northern shore of the Long Island Sound. The city was settled in 1649 and is Connecticut’s sixth most populated city with a population just under 88,500.
Norwalk was incorporated 2 years after its initial settlement. The town’s name comes from the Algonquin word noyank, meaning, point of land. Originally, Norwalk was bounded by New Canaan, Wilton and Westport. In earlier days, the boundaries were known to extend “from Norwalk river to Saugatuck river, from sea, Indian one day walk into the country.” Nicknamed “Oyster Town,” Norwalk has several prominent oyster fisheries which provide a large source of the city’s income and have done so since the early 1800s. The Islands of Norwalk Harbor lie in close proximity to New York City which allow for profitable oyster harvesting. Beach goers will recognize discarded oyster shells along the Connecticut coast which are indicative of the importance of oysters to pre-Columbian inhabitants of this area.