Stone Pier Dinghy Sticker Program, Mooring Rules Returning to Normal this Summer
Normal Harbor Rules will be in Effect with Busy Season Expected
NEWPORT, R.I. (WEDNESDAY, April 28, 2021) –Boating season is just around the corner and Newport’s Harbormaster’s Office is advising boaters that all normal harbor rules will be in effect this year, including the City’s dinghy permitting program and mooring usage requirement, both of which were suspended last year due to COVID-19.
Applications for the City’s Stone Pier dinghy sticker program, which is intended to reduce the number of unattended vessels at the Stone Pier and to provide smaller vessel owners a place in the harbor, will be available beginning May 1st online through the City’s website at CityofNewport.com/Harbormaster or by calling (401) 845 - 5815.
City Awarded Long Awaited Funds to Help Protect Almy Pond
Spouting Rock Drive Reclamation Project Aims to Reclaim Asphalt Roadway and Restore Habitat for Wildlife
NEWPORT, R.I. (Thursday, April 22, 2021) – As Aquidneck Island celebrates Earth Day, the City of Newport, working in partnership with a number of community stakeholders, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $180,000 grant to help protect and restore one of Aquidneck Island’s most threatened bodies of water.
City Offering Bonuses to Beach Staff
Hourly Bonus Pay & Lifeguard Certification Reimbursement Aims to Boost Ranks of Seasonal Beach Staff
NEWPORT, R.I. (Wednesday, April 21, 2021) – Working at the beach just got more enticing.
In an effort to increase the pool of applicants interested in working at Easton’s Beach this summer, the City of Newport is offering a pair of financial incentive programs for both lifeguards and general beach staff.