City Hall will be closed on the last business day of the week, which will primarily fall on a Friday. In accordance with the Governor’s Pause, City Hall will be closed to the public from November 30th to December 13th. We continue to encourage the community to safely and securely use the online and mail services that are available on the Pawtucket website. Residents and businesses can still contact City Hall Departments during hours of operation by calling City Hall and its employees, who will continue to work in the building, at 401-728-0500. A drop box is also available outside of City Hall.

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The City of Pawtucket Announces the Start of Spring Paving

Today, Mayor Donald R. Grebien announced that the Pawtucket Department of Public Works will resume road repaving. The first repaving efforts of the spring will take place on Kelton Street beginning at Revere Street and continuing up towards Rice Street. Construction on each road segment is typically completed over a span of two weeks, weather permitting. The City has paved 45% percent of the city’s streets over the past five years.

“We are making significant progress reinvesting in our roads and infrastructure. In the last five years alone, the City has re-paved more than 80 miles of our roads, and is scheduled to complete 15 miles this year,” said Mayor Grebien. “I want to thank our residents for supporting our bond-initiative that is making this possible, as well as their patience during construction.”

Roadways are first milled to remove the top surface of the pavement. Once that top surface of pavement is removed, the asphalt is laid. Signage will be posted along the street when work is to be performed. Residents received letters alerting them to the paving in the summer of 2017. The enclosed list is a planned estimate of all streets; weather conditions or unforeseen events could affect the schedule.  

We ask that residents and visitors please observe the parking restrictions so the City can efficiently conduct the work and minimize the impact to the City’s residents. Residents are advised that construction progress may also bring dust and noise but the temporary inconvenience will create better and safer roads for years to come, while also paving the way for future economic growth.

If residents or businesses have any questions, they should call Public Works at 728-0500 ext. 284.

Road Paving Totals





















 *planned estimate. Still need to complete fall paving.

Spring 2018 Paving List


KELTON ST Revere St. Rice St.
JULIAN ST Kenyon Ave. Drolet Ave.
CLAYTON ST Stearns St. Benefit St.
CUMBERLAND ST Stearns St. Benefit St.
CHAPLIN ST Norris Ave. Cottage St.
LINDEN ST Robinson Ave. Central Ave.
ELIZABETH ST Hunts Ave. Saratoga Ave.
BELLEVUE AVE Vine St. Armistice Blvd
VINE ST Daggett Ave. - South Grand Ave.
WINDSOR CT Windsor Rd Cul-De-Sac
1ST STREET Liberty St. Columbus Ave.
FEDERAL ST Newport Ave. Burgess Ave.
ASHBURNE ST Ferris St. Columbus Ave.
LOWELL AVE. Gill Ave. Beverage Hill Rd. west bound
MANISTEE ST Scarborough Rd. Miles Ave.
KENT ST Lauder Ave. City Line
TALCOTT AVE. School street Prospect St.
BACON ST Lake St. Columbus Ave.
BACON ST Fern St. Lake St.
SPRING ST Grove St. N Bend
LAWRENCE ST Daniels St. Broadway
WEBSTER ST Sabin St. Broadway
PLEASANT ST Alfred Stone Oak hill
HILLSIDE AVE Roberta Ave. Swan St.
BOUTWELL ST Kimball St. Pawtucket Ave.
EAST AVE Lyman St. 300 East Ave.
PLEASANT ST Division St. Bowles Ct.
GEORGE ST Park Pl east I95 S
CEDAR ST I95 S on ramp Main Street
MAIN ST Garden St. North Main
POWER RD Weeden St. City Line
PIAVE ST. Smithfield Ave. City Line
ORIOLE AVE Power Rd. City Line
LEGION DR Mineral Spring Ave. Grotto Ave
LONSDALE AVE Weeden St. City Line
HURLEY AVE Mineral Spring Lawn Ave.
HURLEY AVE Lawn Ave. Bloomingdale Ave.
FOREST AVE Humboldt Ave. Forest Ave.
BARTON ST. Broad St. Dexter St.

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