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Our Mission

Our mission is to create and sustain a clean, friendly, inviting neighborhood that attracts residents, businesses, and visitors. We believe that "it takes a village to raise a neighborhood," and that together we can create a vibrant future for the community we love. We are WallStreetCT, open for business.

About Wall Street

The Wall Street Historic District in Norwalk, Connecticut, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009. In its earliest days, established as a township circa 1896, Wall Street was a centralized and vibrant hub for business, banking, shipping, and transportation, which included a railroad station (originally at 47 Wall Street) that contained a public meeting house and a trolley house (10 Wall Street). Both forms of transportation disappeared from public records in 1936, but their building structures remain, in some form, to this day.

Most notably, the Wall Street district is forever hailed for its resiliency following the destruction it suffered from the Great Flood of 1955, a result of back-to-back hurricanes, Connie and Diane, combining to drop over 24 inches of rain on the Northern regions of Connecticut between August 13-20, followed by a four-day tropical storm in October, dumping an additional 12-14 inches of rain on southwest New England. The weakened infrastructure and overflowing rivers brought devastation to the local communities along the Norwalk and Saugatuck Rivers.

Wall Street rebuilt the neighborhood, salvaged its historic landmarks, and continued to thrive as a working-class community.

We Are Wall Street, Norwalk, CT - Open For Business.

Today, the Wall Street Historic District thrives as an artist community, dining destination, small business constituency, and a growing residential neighborhood. Wall Street is on the Rise.


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