Congratulations to the 2022 Mayor’s Youth Commissioners Inductees

Employment Opportunity: Summer Employment Information

Summer employment applications are available now.
 

Please submit your completed application to:

Roger Achille 
Director of Human Resources
North Providence Town Hall
2000 Smith Street
North Providence, RI 02911

 
 

Memorial Day Parade & Celebration – 1:00 pm on Monday, May 30th

Memorial Day Parade & Celebration - 1:00 pm on Monday, May 30th

Get the 2022 North Providence Trash & Recycling Calendar

2022 North Providence Trash & Recycling Calendar
Click the calendar to get the full pdf to view, print or download

Employment Opportunity: Bus Driver (Part-time)

JOB SUMMARY
The Salvatore Mancini Resource & Activity Center, a department of the Town of North Providence, is hiring a Part-Time Bus Driver.  Driver will be responsible for transporting North Providence senior members to and from the senior center.  Some additional local trips will also be included in this position as needed.  Approximately 20-25 hours per week. 

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

  • Operate a 21 Passenger Van.
  • Operate a Wheelchair Lift, ability to secure elder passengers’ wheelchairs to restraining devices to stabilize while in transit.
  • Maintain accurate records and logs of trip information as required.
  • Perform vehicle inspections.  Report mechanical issues or defects of the assigned vehicle prior to all departures.  

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High School Diploma or G.E.D
  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Must pass BCI Background Check
  • Satisfactory driving record
  • Ability to safely operate a passenger vehicle following a schedule
  • Good customer service skills preferred
  • Knowledge of North Providence roads and streets helpful

CERTIFICATES REQUIRED:

  • Valid Class C CDL drivers’ license with passenger endorsement required
  • First aid & CPR certification preferred, but not required.

To apply please email resume to  or apply in person at:

North Providence Mancini Center
Two Atlantic Blvd.
North Providence, RI 02911

Getting the Lead Out of Drinking Water by Replacing Residential Lead Service Lines – Video

 

See our page with local information: https://northprovidenceri.gov/remove-the-whole-lead-pipe-program/

Reducing exposure to lead is a public health priority for EPA. Unfortunately, years ago, lead was often used in the pipes that connect homes to the water main in the street. This video shows how two communities in New England, North Providence, Rhode Island and Claremont, New Hampshire, are using creative ways to finance the removal of lead service lines.

For more information about lead in drinking water, go to http://www.epa.gov/lead
For more about EPA: http://www.epa.gov/

NOTE: If you need captions, please click the CC button on the player to turn them on.

Notice Of Intent To Request Release Of Funds – CDBG Grant

Notice Of Intent To Request Release Of Funds
October 26, 2017
Town of North Providence
2000 Smith Street, North Providence, RI 02911

On or about November 9, 2017, the Town of North Providence will submit a request to the Rhode Island Community Development Block Grant Program operated by RI Office of Housing & Community Development for release of Community Development Block Grant program funds under Section 105(a) of the Housing & Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, for the Johnston-North Providence Home Repair Program sponsored by the Town of North Providence in collaboration with the Town of Johnston.  The Home Repair Program will provide deferred payment loans to assist income-eligible low-and-moderate income residents of owner-occupied single, two and three-family homes with home repairs, code compliance, handicap access, health and safety issues, in North Providence.  Estimated funding for Home Repair program is to be determined on a rolling need basis by the Rhode Island Office of Housing & Community Development, plus any additional funds accessed from the CDBG state set-a-side program.  Available funds could be in the range of $200,000.00. 

Click below to read the full document:

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