Norfolk County logo

The Norfolk County logo was created early in the formation of Norfolk County, designed by Tracy Haskett. It is green and gold and recognized by it’s “stylized” lettering. The County uses the logo to help brand it’s identity and can be seen on stationary, signage, and publications throughout the County.

It can also been seen on lapel pins and banners, which are available through the County Manager’s Office. Lapel pins are free to visitors to the County and the banner sells for $45.00.

Norfolk County’s Strategic Priorities

Council’s strategic priorities are about building opportunities and welcoming new ideas while staying true to Norfolk’s roots – our people, our culture, and our history.

In October 2018, Norfolk residents elected their County Council and provided a clear mandate for change.

Together, Councillors heard from tens of thousands of residents and businesses and continue to hear from the people of Norfolk each and every day.  Through these conversations, and feedback during the priority setting process, Norfolk County Council has heard what matters most to residents and businesses, and where new ideas and solutions are important:

  • Fostering vibrant, creative communities;