The North Smithfield Department of Public Works along with RI Energy Gas and Hartford Paving will be micro-milling and resurfacing the following roads starting on Monday June 5, 2023, or Tuesday June 6, depending on the weather. Please do not leave any vehicles on these roads until the work is completed.

 

Ridge Road, Green Street, Merrimack Road, Walsh Ave., Chester Street, Wedgewood Drive, Candlewood Drive, Indian Head Lane, Glen Ave.,  White Parkway, Summit Ave., Woonsocket Hill Road, Bellevue Ave., Arnold Ave. and Mowry Ave.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to the Highway Division at 767-2200 Ext. 348.



 
 

 

 
 
 

 

 
 
 
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