In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, City Hall is open by appointment only from Monday to Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Thank you for your patience, support and understanding during these challenging times as we look to minimize the risks of COVID-19.

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Urging Residents to Use Online and Mail Services Available

Urging Residents to Use Online and Mail Services Available

As you know, the Coronavirus (Covid-19) is in RI and diligence must be made to prevent the spread. In that effort, the City of Pawtucket is advising residents and businesses to take advantage of its Online, Mail-in services and utilization of the City’s Drop Box located in the lobby of City Hall.


The following services are available:


Payment of Taxes:

Questions?  Please email


March 2 Special election voter registration - You can register online at:

Voter Information – Check your voter status and register to vote by visiting the following link:


Marriage, Birth and Death Certificates – Please visit the following link:


Dog Licenses – Deadline has been extended to the May 31, 2020.  Please visit the following link:


Payment of Water bills:


Payment of Police Tickets:


Request an Accident Reports from Police:


Sign up for E911 Notices:


Business Licenses: Please visit the following link


Land Evidence (Deeds/ Mortgages) – Please visit the following link to Search Land Evidence Records at

Your Land Evidence Filings can be filed online through Simplifile or CSC or sent to us for recording at: City Clerk’s Office, 137 Roosevelt Avenue, Pawtucket, RI 02860


Probate: For forms please visit the following website:


Please email for any assistance.

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