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Voters have more options than ever to cast their ballots for the November 3, 2020 General Election. However, deadlines are absolute.
Narragansett voters may cast their ballot for the November 3 General Election at the Town Hall, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM beginning on Wednesday, October 14 at and running through Monday, November 2. VOTERS MUST PRESENT A...
To All Narragansett Water Users Effective IMMEDIATELY we are imposing an outdoor watering ban. This watering ban is being enacted to ensure sufficient supply to meet customer needs and is in accordance with Town Ordinances, Chapter 78 Utilities Article II...
DRIVE thru/Drop off (Masks Required)
Saturday, September 19, 9am-12pm
Narragansett DPW, 260 Westmoreland St., Narragansett
Paper Shredding (3 box limit)
Alkaline Battery Drop off – AAA, AA, D, C and 9 volt only &a...
Please note the Narragansett Police Department’s plan for the return of college rentals.
University of Rhode Island's COVID-19 quarantine and isolation plan.
Once you have applied for a mail ballot, please do not call the local Board of Canvassers for status. You can check its status, before and after voting, by following this link: https://vote.sos.ri.gov/Home/UpdateVoterRecord?ActiveFlag=3
Due to COVID-19 concerns and the safety of staff and taxpayers, data collectors will no longer inspect the interior of residential properties.
Data collectors will: put a new information door hanger on the front door, knock to alert the homeowner, step awa...
For Narragansett Pier from USHarbors.com