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.