The Coastal Access Improvement Committee is a seven member committee charged with advising on public access to the coast as guaranteed in the Rhode Island Constitution. Residents of Narragansett and visitors to Narragansett have long enjoyed convenient access to the water for surfing, fishing, walking, and other recreational activities. Narragansett continues to evolve as a town and is undergoing a period of residential redevelopment with larger structures replacing smaller seasonal homes. As this development occurs it is imperative that the Town of Narragansett take on the responsibility of protecting, enhancing, and formalizing public access points to the water
The Coastal Access Improvement Committee has 9 members appointed to 3 year terms, all members are voting members.