Mayor Jorge O. Elorza announced today that, after review of the FY2020 budget and fiscal year-to-date revenue collection, the City will accept all non-escrowed and current-taxpayer 4th quarter tax payments until June 30th without 4th quarter interest or penalty.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza signed an Executive Order today that extends all current restrictions and guidelines issued by the City through April 17th. This new Emergency Declaration supplements Executive Order 2020-1 issued March 12th in which the declaration of an emergency covered the period through March 30th.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today joined city officials in announcing an executive order effective Saturday, March 21 at 5PM until further notice, that includes additional restrictions and closures on local establishments aimed at mitigating the spread of COVID-19 locally.
To mitigate the risk of the spread of COVID-19, the City of Providence has closed all city buildings to the public. Below is a list of operational changes that will help maintain the health and safety of Providence residents and employees while minimizing the disruption to city services. The operational changes will go into effect at 12:01AM on Wednesday, March 18, 2020, and will be in place until further notice, pending additional guidance from State and Federal Health officials.
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