Find it Fast

White-and-Blue-Did-You-Know-Interesting-Fact-Instagram-Post-(2).png 5.pngWhite-and-Blue-Did-You-Know-Interesting-Fact-Instagram-Post-(3).png  White-and-Blue-Did-You-Know-Interesting-Fact-Instagram-Post-(1).png


Welcome-to-(1).png

 

Latest from City Hall

Learn About the 2023 Reassessment

Learn About the 2023 Reassessment

📣📣📣 Every three years, communities across the State are required to perform property revaluations in order to set the most accurate and equitable tax rate possible. 

Newport’s 2023 update is a statistical revaluation which relies on sales data from the previous year and is meant reflect the market value of each property as of Dec. 31, 2023, with final assessments taking into account things such as general market appreciation and any improvements made to individual properties since the City’s last revaluation.

Since Rhode Island General Law states that the tax levy cannot increase more than 4 percent from year to year, and because the City’s budget process is still several months away, property owners 🔴 should not use the existing tax rate to estimate their future bills. 🔴 

For more information on ANY of the above, head over to www.CityofNewport.com/Assessor

Learn more →

In Detail: The City's Capital Improvement Plan

In Detail: The City's Capital Improvement Plan

The City's Capital Improvement Planning process is designed to be dynamic and responsive to changes in service demands, infrastructure condition, and emerging goals and priorities. 

City Councilors recently met to discuss this important planning document, and if you you're interested in learning more, please be sure to click below for a brief overview of the City's proposed Capital Improvement Plan
 

Learn more →

Learn More about the Council's Strategic Plan

Learn More about the Council's Strategic Plan

The City Council is beginning the process of updating its Strategic Plan and we want to hear from YOU!

We're just getting started and if you'd like to learn more about the Council's current Strategic Plan and the process to developing a new vision for the next five years, please be sure to visit our dedicated website by clicking here 

You can also read up on the 2017-2021 Strategic Plan by clicking the link below!
2017-2021 Strategic Plan

Learn more →


 

 


News & Events

  Calendar of Events

Planning Board Meeting

The Planning Board is the steward for the City's Comprehensive Plan, which sets the long-term goal for the City and is a key measure by which large development projects and zoning relief are evaluated. ​

Read the agenda

Canvassing Authority Meeting

The Newport Canvassing Authority is charged with conducting all elections for the City of Newport.

Under the direction of the State Board of Elections, and in cooperation with the Secretary of State, the Canvassing Authority is involved in all phases of the electoral process, from voter registration to tallying the votes after the polls close on election day.

Beach Commission Meeting

Weather Permitting, the Commission will meet in the center area of the bathhouses or in the Easton’s Beach Rotunda | View the agenda

Probate Court

Probate Court meets two times per month at 10:30 a.m., in the Second Floor City Council Chambers at Newport City Hall. Click here for a full schedule.

For advertising deadlines, please contact Carlos Alaan at 845-5349 or calaan@cityofnewport.com.

See All Events »
 Latest News

Newport Property Owners to Receive Notice of Revaluation

Commercial, Residential Property Owners to Receive New Assessment
  
NEWPORT, R.I. (WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2024) – Newport property owners will begin receiving a Notice of Reassessment in the mail next week as part of the City’s ongoing statistical revaluation process.
The notice, which was prepared in concert with the City’s consultants, Tyler Technologies, will include each property’s new Assessed Value along with instructions about how to appeal the new valuation.

The new values are part of a State-mandated process that requires communities across the State to perform property revaluations every three years, in order to set the most accurate and equitable tax rate possible. Newport’s 2023 update is a statistical revaluation which relies on sales data from the previous year.

City Seeks Public Input in City Manager Searchr

 Online Survey Seeks Community Input on Newport’s Next City Manager

NEWPORT, R.I. (THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2024) – As part of its search for a new City Manager, the City of Newport on Thusday released an online community survey intended to help better inform the City’s hiring process.

Community stakeholders are encouraged to fill out the survey – in English or in Spanish – by visiting www.CityofNewport.com/CityManagerSurvey
 

Newport Issues Parking Ban Ahead of Winter Storm

Storm to Cause One-Day Delay in Trash Collection

NEWPORT, R.I. (MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2024) – The City of Newport has issued a mandatory Parking Ban from 9 A.M. UNTIL 8 P.M. ON TUESDAY, FEB. 13TH due to impending winter weather.  

In order to help facilitate the City’s snow removal efforts, Newport residents are being urged to take advantage of free parking at the Gateway Center, Mary Street, and Touro Street parking lots during the storm.
Alternatively, residents are also encouraged to request the use of a neighbor’s driveway to secure off street parking to keep vehicles off the roadways.

See All News »

On Social Media

Sign Up For Emergency Alerts

The City of Newport uses a high-speed mass notification system that allows City emergency officials to send notifications by phone, email, and text to keep citizens informed of emergencies or to send general notifications to registered subscribers to communicate non-life safety matters.

There is no charge to register and your personal information will be kept confidential.
Registering is quick and easy: Click Here to Sign Up for Emergency Alerts