This Thursday & Friday, Dec 7 & 8, T. Miozzi will be paving the Memorial Square intersection. Drives are advised to expect delays and/or seek alternate routes. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience. Thank you.


Thursday, November 30, 2023, a section of South Pier Road (from Lakewood Dr to just beyond Pier Middle School) will be closed while DPW repairs a portion of the section. Traffic will NOT be allowed on this section until the work is completed. We are have prodvided a map with an alternate route on it. This paving project should only take 1-2 days to complete. The closure of this section is for the safety of our employees. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience. Thank you.

South Pier Road Detour Route Map

Westmoreland Street Paving

Tomorrow, November 8th, J.H. Lynch Company (for RI Energy/National Grid) will be milling the road due to a gas line installation on the access lane INTO Westmoreland St from Route 108 (Pt. Judith Rd). Only one lane will be affected, but access to the second entrance to the Mariner Square Plaza (on Westmoreland St) and the second entrance to the Condos on Westmoreland St will be slightly impacted. 

Paving is expected to occur the week of the 13th, weather permitting.

The milling and paving extend from Pole #54 down to the dead end, where our facility is located.

Westmoreland St Aerial View

Westmoreland St from Pole 54 to Dead End - Street View

Winter Preparations 11-1-2023

If you live on or near Crosswynds Dr, Industrial Park, Arvice St or Maplehurst Dr, you may notice some white marks on the road and you may see cones placed near catch basins that are have orange paint around the edges. We are milling and paving small areas around the catch basins in preparation for snow plowing.

Penetrating Surface Treatment to Begin

*UPDATE 10/20/23*

On Monday, October 23, after 9:30am, Felix A. Marino Co. will be applying the Rejuvenator emulsified resin to Mumford Road. You should expect some delays traveling on Mumford Rd.

Weather permitting, on Thursday, October 19 & continuing into Friday the 20th, Felix A. Marino Co will begin applying Rejuvenator, a Penetrating Surface Treatment used to maintain and extend asphalt pavement quality and life.This will be a mechanical application of emulsified petroleum resin to the road surface in conjunction with the filling and bonding of random pavement breaches.

The application process may include an additional application of sand. As part of this essential maintenance, affected roads will be temporarily closed for a few hours to ensure the seamless integration of the sealant.

The following roads will receive this treatment: Houston Ave, Bedford Circle, Morgan Drive and Bonnet View. This project was approved by the Town Council at their meeting on June 19, 2023. 

Tips for dealing with the treatment:

  • Stay off fresh sealant: For the initial time period, please avoid driving or walking on the freshly sealed areas and pay attention to any posted signage, including driving on the the opposite side of the roadway to allow the sealant to penetrate.
  • Be mindful of furniture: If you have outdoor furniture or vehicles, move them off the street while the process is happening.
  • Keep you pets indoors: Ensure your furry friends stay inside during the application.
  • Report issues: If you notice any concerns post-application, please contact Felix A Marino at 978-532-3838.

Crack Sealing/Pavement Preservation

WEATHER PERMITTING, Sealcoating, Inc. will be in town starting Monday, the 11th to treat roads that are cracked and in need of a minimal preservation treatment. This project will take approximately two weeks, providing the weather cooperates. 

Crack sealing is a proactive measure that greatly reduces potholes and other future problems and is a critical line of defense against water infiltration. It lowers the overall cost of pavement preservation over time and extends the road life by 2 to 5 years. 

The Department of Public Works is utilizing pavement data from the Pavement Management Study completed by BETA Group to identify those roads that can best benefit from this treatment. Those roads selected are in the following sections/neighborhoods: West Passage, Pettaquamscutt Lake Shores, Edgewater, Great Island. Not all roads in the neighborhoods will receive the treatment, just those identified. Clarke Rd, Glendaway Dr and Martin Rd will also be crack sealed.


Weather permitting, on Thursday, August 24th, Safe Sidewalks/Precision Concrete Cutting will begin repair work on selected areas of sidewalks on the following roads: Caswell St., Beach St., Matthewson St, & Ocean Road.

Precision Concrete Cutting reach the edges of every sidewalk, we can remove trip hazards from virtually any angle and at any location. Trip hazards caused by cracked concrete or located in hard-to-reach places such as in gutters or adjacent to a wall will be eliminated without any damage to nearby objects.

Our method takes very little time, with minimal disruptions to pedestrians using the sidewalk. The result is a safe, clean-cut walking path provided at a greater value than any other method.


Line Striping


UPDATED 8/16/2023!

Due to inclement weather, Safety Markings was unable to start line striping Monday night. Safety Marking, LLC they WILL be on Rodman Street tonight, between Rockland St & Watson Ave, to paint the YELLOW line down the middle of the road. PLEASE DO NOT PARK ON THE NORTH OF THE STREET. Narragansett Police have been notified of tonight's schedule.

They work between the hours of 10pm to 6am painting. Please be aware of freshly painted lines & DO NOT drive through them.

Residents of RODMAN STREET, between ROCKLAND STREET and FIFTH AVENUE, PLEASE DO NOT PARK ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE STREET BETWEEN ROCKLAND STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE. This will allow the paint truck to fit through so it can do its job. Thank you!