Sunday, August 30, 2015        

Road Construction – Log Road

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 UPDATED: Log Road Paving starting on Wednesday, September 2nd.

PUBLIC NOTICE – Paving – Log Rd.

Paving is scheduled to start on Log Rd from Old Forge Road to just past house #356 Log Rd on Monday, August 31st.

Because of the width constraints on several sections of the road, we would like to close the road except for local traffic, trash collection, mail delivery and emergency vehicles during working hours (7 am to 3:30 pm). We will set up proper signage with detours & flaggers with the operation to safely direct vehicles by the work.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation while we make your roads better for your use.

Seth Lemoine, P.E.
Public Works Director

 

Smithfield Dog Park First Annual Dog Walk – Saturday, September 12th

Smithfield Dog Park First Annual Dog Walk - Saturday, September 12th

Click the image to view the full flyer, print or download (.pdf)

Sponsored by: North Paws Veterinary Center, Muttley Crew, and The Smithfield Times.

Date/Time/Location:
Saturday, September 12, 2015 @ 10:00 a.m. @ Smithfield High School
*Rain Date: September 19th

$20 Registration Fee per family. Includes custom bandana for each dog and first 100 registrants get a doggie goodie bag.

Route: Walk begins in Smithfield High School Parking Lot, proceeds on Pleasant View Ave. to North Paws Veterinary Center, 564 Putnam Pike, where dogs and humans can stop for a water break, then walk proceeds back down Pleasant View to finish at High School. A festival with various food and dog product vendors will take place after the walk in the High School Parking Lot.

Registration: 

– Onsite registration same day from 9-10 a.m.
– Ongoing Registration at Muttley Crew -265 Putnam Pike, Greenville
– Register online via Paypal

*Cash, checks and credit cards accepted.
Checks made payable to “Smithfield Dog Park Fund”.
Checks can be sent to: 
Smithfield Town Hall
64 Farnum Pike
Smithfield, RI 02917

Organized by the Smithfield Dog Park Committee.
All proceeds will benefit the future Smithfield Dog Park.

If you’d like to make a donation to support the Smithfield Dog Park,
please click the PayPal link below. (Not for registration for the walk.)

Touch a Truck Event at Old County Road School – Sunday, September 20th

Touch a Truck Event at Old County Road School. The playground was torn down in 2012 and rebuilt in two phases. The first phase in 2012 and the second phase in 2013.  The build was performed by volunteers from the school and community.  It truly was an amazing effort by all.  Phase III will be renovating the surrounding landscape for the children to enjoy during Physical Education and recess.

 

Touch a Truck Event at Old County Road School - Sunday, September 20th

Hazardous Waste Day 2015 – Saturday, September 26th

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAFrom Rhode Island Resource Recovery & the
Smithfield Department of Public Works-Recycling Program

Saturday, September 26, 2015, 8:00am – 1:00pm (Rain or Shine!)
Smithfield DPW Garage, 3 Spragueville Road map

Bring anything labeled toxic, corrosive, flammable, poisonous or dangerous and help us keep it out of the landfill!
Some common HHW items are oil based paints, pesticides, poison, propane, solvents/auto oil and acid.

 

Contact:

RIRRC: (401) 942-1430 x241 to book an appointment
or book online at www.rirrc.org/ecodepot

Greenville Public Library Bingo Night – Friday, October 2nd

Greenville Public LibraryGreenville Public Library is having a Bingo Night at 6:00pm on Friday, October 2nd at the Smithfield Senior Center. (map)

Proceeds to benefit the Library Building Fund. Admission is $25, doors will open at 5:00, and light refreshments will be available for purchase.

Adults 18 and over only.

For more information call 401 949-3630.

Smithfield Increases Recycling Rate in FY 2015

Smithfield Recycling CartGreat news, Smithfield Residents!

Due to our town’s increased recycling efforts, we have managed to reach a 31.84% MRF (Materials Recycling Facility) recycling rate in FY15!  This means that the Town has earned a tip fee rebate of $2 per ton of trash disposed for a total of $10,238.40!

Keep up the good work and help our Town reach the 35% MRF recycling rate goal to further increase our rebate!

Smithfield Welfare Department and Food Pantry

On behalf of the Smithfield Welfare Department and Food Pantry we would like to thank all the generous town residents, schools, businesses and organizations who continue to support the pantry and our programs during the summer months.

In June the pantry was fortunate enough to receive a very large food donation from our friends at Fidelity Investments (see photos below). The pantry recognizes all the time, effort and compassion that went into colleting and organizing such a large donation. Thank you all for thinking of the town pantry!

food drive

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As you may know we provide food supplements throughout the year and heating assistance throughout the winter season. Our pantry is run off of donations and we could not do it without your generosity.

We are currently collecting backpacks, lunch boxes, and school supplies for the fall, if you are interested in becoming a donor or if you are in need of these services please contact our office at 401-949-4590 x27. Prior to receiving assistance all applicants must complete yearly intake forms.

Smithfield Food Pantry Collecting School Supplies

backpack-donationsThe Smithfield Welfare and Food Pantry is currently collecting backpacks, lunch boxes and school supplies for those in need this fall.

If you are interested in becoming a donor, or are in need of these services, please contact the office at 401-949-4590 x27 to see if you qualify. The office is located within the Smithfield Senior Center.

 

 

Georgiaville Pond Stickers Available for Purchase

Georgiaville Beach

The Georgiaville Pond Beach and Pavilion will be closed for the season Friday, August 28th. After closing on Friday, please be advised that you SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK! Please call the Recreation Office at (401) 233-1051 with any questions.

Lifeguards needed

Georgiaville Pond Stickers Now Available for Purchase!

Location: Smithfield Municipal Ice Rink
109 Pleasant View Avenue
Smithfield, R.I. 02917 map

Office Hours: Monday thru Friday – 11am to 5pm

Vehicle Sticker Fees
Resident $10 Non-Resident $20

Boat Sticker Fees
Resident $10 Non-Resident $20

Trailer Sticker Fees
Resident $10 Non-Resident $20

All Senior Citizens age 62 or older, people with physical disabilities, and/or honorably discharged Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces are eligible to receive a free parking sticker, trailer sticker, and motor boat sticker.

All stickers are available for purchase at the Smithfield Municipal Ice Rink, Monday thru Friday from 11am to 5pm. A valid license and registration is required for all sticker purchases. Georgiaville Pond Seasonal Beach Passes will be available for purchase on June 15, 2015.

Please call the Smithfield Recreation Department at (401) 233-1051 with any questions.

All New Georgiaville Pond Stickers are valid until November 1, 2017.

June 2015 Edition of Chasing Arrows Recycling Newsletter

Highlights from this month’s issue:

Smithfield Earth Day Photo

Smithfield’s New Recycling Coordinator

Recycling Tidbits

 

View the newsletter here

Back issues: http://www.rirrc.org/muni-news

 

 

 

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