COVID-19 Information

Please note that the City of Newport has issued a State of Emergency to help more effectively address the threat presented by the COVID-19 virus. Residents, visitors, and business owners are advised that City Hall will be closed to the public until further notice. For additional information, please be sure to visit the City's dedicated COVID-19 webpage by clicking here →
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The Latest on COVID-19

The Latest on COVID-19

The City of Newport has been working closely with regional, state and federal agencies to ensure that we're prepared for the potential appearance of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, in our community. While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that the immediate risk to the general public for contracting the coronavirus remains low, please visit our COVID-19 webpage to learn more about our response to the virus.

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City Hall, Offices Closed to the Public

City Hall, Offices Closed to the Public

In light of current concerns related to the COVID-19 outbreak, please note that all City Offices will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 23.

While City Hall had previously been limited to essential city business only for the last week, beginning Monday, City offices will be available strictly by phone, email, or on a limited appointment only basis. Individual departments will remain fully staffed and any residents, establishments or entities who have ongoing business with the City are encouraged to conduct it online or via telephone.

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Residents Asked to Sign up for Emergency Alerts

Residents Asked to Sign up for Emergency Alerts

As part of the City’s ongoing effort to improve its emergency preparedness and response capabilities, the City of Newport has transitioned to a new emergency notification system designed to significantly enhance the City’s ability to communicate with residents, businesses, and visitors in the event of an emergency.  

With the summer season quickly approaching, Newporters are encouraged to sign up for our Smart911 emergency alert system. To learn more about our E-Alert system, be sure to click the link below. 
 

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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