City Centre Warwick

City Centre Warwick

Learn more about City Centre Warwick, New England's new transit-oriented development hub and premier gateway to Rhode Island.

Fair Housing

Fair Housing

It's Your Right.  The Law Is There To Protect You.

Fair housing is a civil right protected by federal law. The City of Warwick's Community Development Office is here to answer your questions and take action, if necessary, to protect you and / or your family from housing discrimination.

Mapping the Risk in Warwick.  Flood Map Modernization

Mapping the Risk in Warwick. Flood Map Modernization

Flood hazard maps, also known as Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), are important tools in the effort to protect lives and properties in Warwick. They indicate the risk for flooding throughout the City. However, the current maps are out of date and an extensive Flood Map Modernization Program is currently underway nationwide.

Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation

The City of Warwick provides a wide range of facilities for both recreation and athletics. From skating and swimming to dog shows and quilting, the Recreation department is a valuable contributor to our quality of life.

Economic Development

Economic Development

Warwick delivers the development, support, and cutting-edge infrastructure needed to propel companies beyond their local ambitions. Our focus on intermodal transportation means easy access to any destination; the convergence of air, road and rail travel in one place brings unparalleled convenience to businesses on the move.

Warwick's History and Heritage

Warwick's History and Heritage

Founded by Samuel Gorton in 1642, Warwick has played a role in some of the most significant events in American history.

City of Warwick Employment Opportunities

City of Warwick Employment Opportunities

The Personnel Department’s goal is provide all citizens a fair and reasonable opportunity to serve and receive quality public service by following the provisions of the City’s Personnel Merit System Ordinance and all State and Federal Standards.

Assessors Online Database

Warwick Citizen Self-Service

In the Spotlight



The City of Warwick has instituted a new rapid emergency notification service called CodeRED®.  The new system will distribute emergency messages via telephone to targeted areas or the entire City of Warwick at a rate of 1,000 calls per minute.

CodeRED® employs a one-of-a-kind Internet mapping capability for geographic targeting of calls, coupled with a high speed telephone calling system capable of delivering customized pre-recorded emergency messages directly to homes and businesses, live individuals and answering machines.

By registering, you'll be added to the emergency call list.  CLICK HERE to register


July 14, 2014 - Deadline for online credit card tax payments extended until Friday

WARWICK – Mayor Scott Avedisian announced today that, due to a technical problem the City’s vendor was experiencing last week, the deadline to make tax payments online with a credit card has been extended to this Friday, July 18. As of this morning, credit card processing had resumed without incident.

“We realize that for many people, using the online credit card system is the most convenient or practical way for them to pay their tax bills,” Avedisian said. “Extending the deadline is the fairest way to ensure that those who pay online are not penalized because of the technical issues the vendor was experiencing. We appreciate taxpayers’ understanding and apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused.”

 The deadline is extended only for credit card payments. The deadline for other forms of payment remains the same –  tomorrow, July 15.

July 9, 2014 - WARWICK - Portion of Rocky Point walking path to be closed temporarily to accommodate demolition work at former amusement park.

Residents are advised that, for safety reasons, a portion of the walking path at Rocky Point will be closed temporarily beginning Monday in order to accommodate the demolition work that is the first stage in efforts to transform the entire property into a new coastal state park for the public to enjoy. It’s estimated that the portion of the walkway, in front of the Shore Dinner Hall, will be closed for two to four weeks.

The state Department of Environmental Management began demolition and site restoration at the state-owned portion of the former amusement park earlier this month. Work includes site preparation for asbestos removal work and demolition of structures, including the Shore Dinner Hall and the Palladium/Windjammer. Asbestos removal and site restoration work will also take place at main buildings and in the midway area. This phase is expected to take 75 days to complete. Several remaining cottages will also be demolished.  Cost is $3.064 million.

"The demolition and site restoration work is an important step in the process of opening the entire park for public access,” said Mayor Scott Avedisian. “We appreciate residents’ cooperation and understanding while the portion of the path is closed so this phase can move forward as quickly as planned."

In 2007, with the help of state and federal funding, the City secured ownership of 41 acres – a full mile of coastline – at Rocky Point. City workers transformed the property into an attractive waterfront destination, which includes a public parking area, new landscaping, picnic area, improved beach access, and the path, which wends along the shore, offering spectacular views of the Bay.

In March of last year, DEM acquired the remaining 83 acres, which will be integrated with the city’s property. DEM and the City will work cooperatively with a variety of stakeholders and the public to restore the property. Potential improvements to the park include fishing access, access to the property by boat, development of a walking path system, fields and other recreational amenities, according to Janet Coit, DEM director.

Avedisian announces Standard & Poor’s affirms City of Warwick’s AA- bond rating
Friday, 18 July 2014 06:06

WARWICK - Mayor Scott Avedisian today announced that Standard & Poor’s Rating Services has affirmed the City of Warwick’s AA- bond rating, with a stable outlook.

Mosquito Abatement Program begins next week
Thursday, 03 July 2014 00:00

WARWICK – With the summer in full swing, the city is again taking steps to help ensure the health and comfort of residents through its annual Mosquito Abatement program, Mayor Scott Avedisian announced today.

Avedisian, Reed, Whitehouse, Spalding joined WSA and City officials in groundbreaking ceremony for facility improvements
Monday, 23 June 2014 00:00

WARWICK – Mayor Scott Avedisian and Sewer Authority Executive Director Janine Burke joined U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse, EPA Region One Director Curt Spalding, representatives from the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA), and WSA board members, staff, and local officials to celebrate the groundbreaking for $17 million in improvements at the treatment facility, including flood protection measures.

Avedisian Names DePasquale as Interim Chief of Staff
Monday, 23 June 2014 00:00

Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian today announced that William DePasquale, Jr., a veteran of the Warwick Planning Department for more than 20 years, will serve as Interim Chief of Staff in City Hall.  DePasquale will fill the vacancy created by the retirement last Friday of Mark Carruolo.


Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Review upcoming and past meetings through this online resource.

 Online Agendas and Minutes

Action Center

This module was created in order to facilitate more convenient and effective communication between you and Warwick City Hall. 

Warwick Action Center

Virtual Ballot Box

What would you consider to be the most critical issue facing Warwick today?

Weather Issues

New England weather can change in an instant.  Keep informed on all weather related issues through our online partnership with NOAA. 

Warwick Weather

Local Traffic

Warwick is a major transportation hub of southern New England.  Through our online resource, you may check flight and bus schedules, local traffic reports, road conditions, and more.  CLICK HERE.

Transportation Issues

Local Events

Many events are held throughout Warwick on a regular basis.  To keep you up to date on what's happening, the Department of Culture, Tourism and Development has provided an online events calendar.  CLICK HERE
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