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Cheap Car Insurance in East Norwalk CT

Agent Phone Address
Allstate Insurance Agents
Adriana Diaz Rojas 203-866-1133 197 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 06855
Jeffrey Long 203-855-8444 94 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851
Ron Mcknight 203-854-6608 9 Mott Ave #206
Norwalk, CT 06850
Gary Zeman 203-852-9454 200 Connecticut Ave
Norwalk, CT 06854
David Gonzalez 203-853-9898 200 Connecticut Ave
Norwalk, CT 06854

East Norwalk CT - Fun Facts

The City of Norwalk is a coastal City bounded on the north by New Canaan and Wilton, on the east by Long Island Sound and on the west by New Canaan and Darien. Roger Ludlow purchased land in what is now the present City of East Norwalk on February 26, 1640, embracing the area of land lying between the Saugatuk and Norwalk Rivers. Not long after, Captain Daniel Patrick purchased an additional portion of land in what is known today as Norwalk.
In 1776, Nathan Hale, disguising himself as a teacher, was rowed to British-held Long Island and then on to New York to give a report to the British. Later, General William Tryon raided Norwalk with a combined force of over 2,600 Hessian and British soldiers and burned the town down, leaving only six homes untouched. After the war, the citizens of Norwalk rebuilt the town, adding coastal trade, manufacturing and shipbuilding to their farm businesses. Norwalk citizens manufactured clocks, watches, paper, pottery, and nails, and hats. Oystering peaked between 1885 and 1910, going from public oyster beds to oyster farms. Today, the oyster business is booming in Connecticut. Currently, Norwalk is home to over 80,000 residents.



Norwalk was purchased in 1640 by Roger Ludlow. The original purchase included all land between the Norwalk and Saugatuck rivers and a day’s walk north from the sea. Norwalk was chartered as a town on September 11, 1651.



The traditional American song "Yankee Doodle" has Norwalk-related origins. During the French and Indian War, a regiment of Norwalkers arrived at Fort Crailo, NY, the British regulars began to mock and ridicule the rag-tag Connecticut troops who only had chicken feathers for uniform. Dr. Richard Shuckburgh, a British army surgeon, added new words to a popular tune of the time, Lucy Locket (e.g., “stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni”, macaroni being the London slang at the time for a foppish dandy).


In 1776, American spy Nathan Hale set out from Norwalk by ship on his ill-fated intelligence-gathering mission.