Town of North Smithfield

November 18, 2022

 

 

Town Hall and DPW will be closed on Thursday, November 24th and Friday, November 25th.

 

There will be NO TRASH AND RECYCLING PICKUP on Thursday, November 24,2022 due to Thanksgiving Day. Trash and Recycling will be delayed by one day for the remainder of the week.

 

 

 

 

 

Registration is now open for the 2022-2023 North Smithfield Student Ski, and Snowboard Program at Wachusett Mountain. Click on the link below for more information regarding registration requirements, and more!

 

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Job Opening

Laborer Needed

Public Works/Highway Division

Town of North Smithfield

 

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Immediate Volunteer Opening for Board of Assessment Review

 

 

The Town of North Smithfield is seeking a member of the community that would like to sit on our Board of Assessment Review.

The volunteer must have some real estate background.

Please submit application and resume to Town Clerk Joanne Buttie, 83 Greene Street, North Smithfield, RI 02896 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Click here for an Application

 

 

Click Here for a List of all Boards and Commissions and Vacancies

 

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Anyone interested in volunteering may contact Joanne Buttie at 767-2200 ext. 504 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Please submit your application to 83 Greene Street, North Smithfield, RI 02896.

 

Fall yard waste pick will resume the week of October 17th and last until the week of December 9th.

 

New Recyling Hours

 

Saturday's 9am to 3pm

 

There will no longer be recycling on Wednesday's

 

Rhode Island Low-Income Household Assistance Program

 

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Veteran Tax Exemptions

 

 

 

Veterans Tax Exemption Amendment

 

Veterans Tax Exemption Application

 
 

 

If you already receive the Veterans Tax Exemption you do not need to reapply, the new rate will be adjusted. If you do not already receive the Veterans Tax Exemption you have until March 15, 2023 to apply for the tax bill 2023.

 

Residents in North Smithfield who get their water from Blackstone MA

 

 

 

Habitat for Humanity West Bay Calendar Fundraiser winners!!

 

 

 

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Click below for the North Smithfield Heritage Association Newsletter

 

Newsletter

 
 

 

Remember Bid on the Phone but watch here:  LIVE on O-N TV

President Biden is approving a bill to prevent a national railroad strike. The President signed the bill at the White House today. The measure forces a deal between freight railroads and their unions, averting a December 9th shutdown that could've crippled the economy ahead of the holiday season.       The nation's economy added more jobs than expected in November. The Labor Department says 263-thousand jobs were created last month. That's more than the 200-thousand experts had predicted.       Lawmakers in Texas are accessing confidential information about the Uvalde school shooting through nondisclosure agreements. The two state representatives and four senators signed agreements with the Department of Public Safety to keep the records secret. The agreements are part of the state secrecy that's surrounded the probe of the shooting that killed 21 people back in May.       A new survey says twice as many men own a gun compared to women. The poll from Gallup found 43-percent of men own a weapon while just 22-percent of women say the same thing. There's also a gap in how the genders view the nation's gun laws as 62-percent of women believe laws should be toughened.       Kevin McCarthy's road to become Speaker of the House isn't getting any easier. Colorado Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert says she's "not committed" to having McCarthy as the next Speaker. Boebert tells KDVR-TV she and other conservative Republicans are negotiating with California's McCarthy over the way the House operates.       There hasn't been a Mega Millions jackpot winner in weeks, but lottery players are hoping luck is on their side tonight. The top prize for the popular game has grown to 333-million-dollars after no one correctly picked all of the winning numbers for Tuesday's drawing. Those who want to take part just have to pay two-dollars to buy a ticket.