Trash & Recycling Pickup Delayed One Day the Week of February 19th

Recycling Saves Tax Dollars


No Trash Pickup
on Monday, February 19th. Trash pickup will be delayed one day for the rest of that week.

Holiday closings and trash pickup delays are also posted on the Town Calendar.

Apply for Financial Assistance for Storm Damage from Storms on September 10-13, 2023

Great news for North Providence residents. Please follow the instructions below to apply for financial assistance if you received damage from these storms that occurred on September 10-13, 2023.

PROVIDENCE, RI – Governor Dan McKee announced today that President Joseph Biden has approved federal disaster assistance for Providence County, Rhode Island to support those impacted by the storms that included severe flooding and tornadoes between from September 10-13, 2023.

President Biden’s action makes federal funding available to affected individuals and initiates SBA disaster assistance for businesses in Providence County. Individual assistance can include grants for temporary housing, home repairs and disaster legal services. SBA assistance includes low-interest loans to help business owners recover from the effects of the disaster.

“For the last several months, many of our cities and towns in Rhode Island have felt the lasting impacts from the September storm,” said Governor Dan McKee. “I thank President Biden and FEMA for their approval which will help affected families and businesses who suffered losses.”

To roll out the assistance available, President Biden has named Robert V. Fogel as the Federal Coordinating Officer for federal recovery operations in the affected areas.

Individuals and business owners who sustained losses in the designated areas can begin applying for assistance by registering online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov, by calling 1-800-621-3362 or by using the FEMA APP. If you use a relay service, such as video relay service (VRS), captioned telephone service or others, give FEMA the number for that service.

Get the 2024 North Providence Trash & Recycling Calendar

Click the image below to get the .pdf of the 2024 North Providence Trash & Recycling Calendar :

2024 North Providence Trash & Recycling Calendar (.pdf)

Help Us Make North Providence More Disaster Resilient

Participate in this brief survey — it will take just 10 minutes or less. You can access it through our
Online Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XJSZ2YD

Rhode Island Special Needs Emergency Registry

Residents of North Providence, if the Police or Fire Department should know important medical information about you or your family member, please register with the State via the Rhode Island Special Needs Emergency Registry. This is a secured site and the information is only provided to the Department of Health and your local Police and Fire Dept personnel.

Watch this video for more information on the program and what it does.

American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA)

Please click the image below for the full .pdf of this document:

American Rescue Plan Act pf 2021 (ARPA)

CCRI Drivers Ed offered at North Providence Public Safety Complex


CCRI Driver Education is now offered at the North Providence Safety Complex, across the street from North Providence High School.
Students may register online at CCRI.EDU
or the link below.
Driver’s Ed class # 5554, Mon, Wed, Thurs, beginning on October 16th – November 8th , from 2:10 p.m. – 5:10 p.m.
Driver’s Ed class # 5555, Mon, Wed, Thurs, beginning on November 27th – December 20th , from 2:10 p.m. – 5:10 p.m.
The course fee is $120.00, and students are required to purchase a 15th edition Triple A, How to Drive textbook.
Per § 31-10-19 Driver education – Traffic safety education, students must be at least 15 years, 10 months, by the first day of class.
**Its important students DO NOT use their school email address when creating their CCRI profile due to school email notification restrictions.

Update to the Remove the Whole Lead Pipe Program

March 2023 Update

The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank (RIIB) was able to secure a $218,000.00 (WIII) ACT Grant “Water Infrastructure Improvement for the Nation” from the Environmental Protection Agency for small, disadvantaged communities. Through the efforts of Mayor Lombardi RIIB awarded the entire amount to the Town of North Providence to continue the replacement of residential lead water delivery systems in town.

North Providence estimates that they should be able to complete LSR’s in 45 to 51 residential properties this year.  The following streets will be addressed during the 2023 calendar year Audubon Avenue, Barrett Avenue, Capitol View, Cushing Street, Ferncliff Avenue, Homewood Avenue, Kentland Avenue, Lexington Avenue, Peckham Avenue, Sunset Avenue, Woodward Road, and Worcester Avenue.  To identify if your home is on the 2023 schedule please contact Dean Martilli, Project Manager at (404) 964-1876 or .  

A brief application must be submitted by each household to qualify for the free upgrade. The four-page application must be completed in full and returned to the Project Manager.

2024 APPLICATION pdf

See the full Remove the Whole Lead Pipe Program page

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The Take It Outside Grant Application Period is Open

Rhode Island Commerce Corp. has awarded the Town of North Providence funding, Take It Outside in a statewide effort to encourage residents to have increased outdoor activities to reduce the transmission rate of COVID-19. Eligible expenses, associated with the expansion of businesses to outdoors, public spaces, parking lots and sidewalks, include: chairs, tables, heat lamps, tents, outdoor igloos, outdoor greenhouses, outdoor WiFi systems, masks, hand sanitizer, security, insurance costs related to specific outdoor activities, lighting, power sources, relevant signage, bike racks, decks and other costs affiliated with the expansion to outdoors. The Department of Treasury in its guidance, FAQ#55, has identified ineligible expenses are: workforce bonuses, severance pay and legal settlements.

Funds will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, Brent Wiegand, Director of Planning, 2000 Smith Street, No Providence Ri 02911, planning@northprovidenceri.gov,  401-232-0900 ext. 1227 

Applications can be completed online at the following link:

https://form.jotform.com/221026632347146


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