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  1. Emergency Mail Ballot Voting

    Emergency Mail Ballot voting begins 5/20/2020 through 4:00 PM 6/1/2020 at Town Hall. Please contact Krista Tracy at 401-348-2503 with any questions. Read on...
  2. Mobile Food Establishments Executive Order Repealed

    Effective Friday, May 22, 2020, the Executive Order issued by the Town Manager prohibiting Mobile Food Establishments (Food Trucks) in the Town of Westerly due to the COVID-19 pandemic is repealed. Read on...
  3. Yard Sales Restrictions

    Due to the current restrictions on social gatherings Yard Sales are prohibited until further direction from the governor. Read on...
  4. Third Directive Order - Food and Beverage Expansion of Premises

    May 7, 2020 Pursuant to the Emergency Declaration issued on March 23, 2020, with regard to the Town of Westerly, Rhode Island, effective immediately, I am issuing all licensed food and beverage operations in good standing with the Town of Westerly Read on...
  1. Town of Westerly Launches Local MicroE Grant Program to Assist Community’s Smallest Businesses

    The Town of Westerly’s Department of Development Services announces the launch of a new grant opportunity for small businesses. This program is made possible through funding provided by the RI Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD) and Read on...
  2. Twenty-Seventh Supplemental Emergency Declaration Requiring Cloth Face Coverings In Public

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 20-30 May 5, 2020 TWENTY-SEVENTH SUPPLEMENTAL EMERGENCY DECLARATION REQUIRING CLOTH FACE COVERINGS IN PUBLIC WHEREAS, on March 9, 2020, I declared a state of emergency due to the dangers to health and life posed by COVID-19 and Read on...
  3. Larkin Road and Town Beach Parking Passes

    Larkin road and Town Beach parking passes for the 2020 season will be mail in only until further notice. Please allow 2 weeks to receive pass. They are available beginning 4/24/20. Read on...
  4. Guidance for the wearing of cloth face coverings at work

    Governor Raimondo’s Executive Order 20-14 prohibited all gatherings of more than 5 people and all non-critical, retail businesses from conducting in-person operations. However, critical businesses remain open and some of their employees must Read on...
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