Trash & Recycling Delay

🇺🇸 Please be advised that City Hall and Offices will be Closed on Monday, Aug. 8th in observance of Victory Day. The Waste Management Transfer Station will be also be closed and Monday through Friday collection services will experience a one-day delay. 

 

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July Water Bills Delayed

July Water Bills Delayed

Newport Water Division customers should expect a delay in receiving their July utility bills after vendor technical issues impacted the ability to issue monthly statements. As a result, July utility bills will now be due Aug. 31st, 2022. Likewise, the late payment penalty date will also be extended for affected billing cycles.

If you’d like to speak to one of our Utilities Customer Service Representatives, please call (401) 845-5604. Inquiries may also be emailed to utilitybilling@cityofnewport.com.
 

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Here's How to Schedule a Bulky Waste Pickup!

Here's How to Schedule a Bulky Waste Pickup!

Newport residents looking to dispose of bulky waste will no longer a need to obtain collection stickers from City Hall!

As part of the City’s new trash contract, beginning July 1st , all requests and payments for bulky waste and white goods collection items can be made directly through the City’s hauling company, Waste Management by calling 1-800-972-4545. 

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Understand School Regionlization

Understand School Regionlization

Do you have questions about the proposal to create a combined Newport-Middletown school department? Are you curious to know how a regional school committee would work? Then be sure to click the link below to learn more about what a future Newport-Middletown school system could look like and take an Online Survey

  

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News & Events

  Calendar of Events

Energy & Environment Commission

The mission of the Energy & Environment Commission is to advise the Council and educate the public on energy-efficiency, renewable energy and the environment, to foster a more sustainable community.

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Historic District Commission Meeting


The Historic District Commission is responsible for overseeing development within the City's Historic District
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Trust & Investment Commission

The Trust and Investment Commission is responsible for overseeing the financial direction of the City's various investment portfolios. 

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Zoning Board of Review

The Zoning Board of Review is responsible for overseeing and administering the City's zoning code in a fair and equitable fashion.  Click here for an agenda

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 Latest News

CITY ADVISING PAST, CURRENT EMPLOYEES OF POTENTIAL DATA LOSS

Privacy Incident Possibly Resulted in Loss of Municipal Employee Information
  
NEWPORT, R.I. (FRIDAY, JULY 22nd, 2022) – After an exhaustive investigation following the discovery of a suspicious email on one of the City’s internal networks, current and former municipal employees are being notified of a suspected security incident that may have left certain personal information compromised.

​Due to the City’s network architecture, no external customer data is believed to have been impacted by the incident, and all online City functions are operating normally.

NEWPORT WATER CUSTOMERS ADVISED OF DELAYED BILLING

Payment Period, Penalty Dates to be Extended for Affected Billing Cycles
 
NEWPORT, R.I. (THURSDAY, JULY 7th, 2022) –Newport Water Division customers should expect a delay in receiving their July utility bills after vendor technical issues impacted the ability to issue monthly statements.
 
As a result, July utility bills will now be due Aug. 31st, 2022. Likewise, the late payment penalty date will also be extended for affected billing cycles.

Changes Coming to Newport’s Bulky Waste Program

Residents Can Now Schedule Collections Directly with Waste Management

NEWPORT, R.I. (TUESDAY, June 28th, 2022) – Newport residents looking to dispose of bulky waste will no longer a need to obtain collection stickers from City Hall.

As part of the City’s new trash contract, beginning July 1st , all requests and payments for bulky waste and white goods collection items can be made directly through the City’s hauling company, Waste Management. Previously, residents were required to obtain a bulky waste sticker from City Hall before calling to make an appointment for pickup.

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