Mayor’s Center for City Services to operate on extended hours, opening from 2pm-8pm on Saturday
Friday, March 1, 2019
PROVIDENCE, RI – Due to winter storm conditions, a citywide parking ban will go into effect at 2:00AM, tomorrow, Saturday, March 2, until further notice. The Mayor’s Center for City Services (MCCS) will be open for extended hours, with constituent representatives tending to city service related calls from 2:00pm-8:00pm.
Additionally, Providence Recreation Centers will open regular hours, from 9:00am-2:00pm, but youth basketball league games will be cancelled.
Residents with overnight parking passes are advised that they cannot park on the street during the duration of the citywide parking ban. All vehicles parked on the street in violation of the citywide parking ban will be ticketed and towed to ensure that roadways can be plowed.
The Department of Public Works has prepared all equipment and personnel to respond to the storm. Roadways will be pretreated ahead of the expected snowfall.
To report a non-emergency issue, download the PVD311 application on the Apple Store or Google Play or call MCCS at 3-1-1.
To receive up-to-the-minute alerts and updates, residents are encouraged to register for the CodeRED emergency notification system by visiting: www.providenceri.gov/codered
Residents experiencing power outages should contact National Grid at 800-322-3223. Individuals are warned never to touch downed power lines and report downed lines to National Grid. In the event of an emergency, dial 911.