Residential Permit Information

Resident Pass for Cars & SUVs (Norwalk Beach Pass)



All Residential vehicles, cars, SUVs, and/or minivans (NOT pick-up trucks, vehicles with trailers or vans) entering the Norwalk Transfer Station and/or the Norwalk Yard Waste Site are required to have a valid City of Norwalk Recreation and Parks Residents Pass (Beach Pass) visibly displayed on the drivers-side of their dashboard.


Resident Card for Pick-Up Trucks, Vans, or Trailers 



Non-Commercial pick-up trucks, vans, and vehicles with trailers are required to have a Residential Disposal Permit (Resident Card issued at the Norwalk Transfer Station, 61 Crescent St, Norwalk CT).

Trucks, pick-up trucks, vans and vehicles with trailers will be weighed at all times.

Residential pick-up trucks, vans and vehicles with trailers are entitled to a total of one Ton free at the Norwalk Transfer Station and/or the Norwalk Yard Waste Site. In the event a Residential account disposes over the one Ton allotted, the Resident shall be required to pay the Disposal Fees.  Any questions or complaints must be sent to the Director of Public Works in writing.

There is a minimum charge of $20 for any vehicle that does NOT have the proper permit.
The Disposal Fees may be higher that the $20 minimum, depending on the weight of the material and the location (Norwalk Transfer Station or Norwalk Yard Waste Site).

 

Disclaimer


The city reserves the right to interview the person and inspect the property requesting non-commercial status. The Director of Public Works shall, within 15 days of such written appeal, hear and decide the matter.

If determined by the Director to be a Commercial solid waste hauler, that vehicle shall be permitted and licensed (see commercial license and application information).

Only with sole permission of the Director shall the user be allowed to resume tipping as a non-commercial vehicle.

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