Visit us at City Hall to See the Art Exhibits of our City and State Children

The New Millennium Art Factory is connecting art with our neighborhood.

The New Millennium Art Factory Program is planning to direct its focus in the arts by promoting awareness about the need to be connected with the neighborhood through development of art pieces, which sends a message about working together for a friendly community. They will include all of their student’s families in the project plus expanding on what was accomplished in 2016. The students’ projects are currently held in City Hall on the second floor hallway.

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City Council Approves First Budget out of Bankruptcy

FY2018 Budget creates reserve fund for fiscal stability in the long term

On Monday, June 19th, Mayor James A. Diossa’s city budget for the 2018 fiscal year was approved by the City Council by a 6-1 vote. The $18.4 million budget will serve as a benchmark for fiscal responsibility and a backstop for any future economic or budgetary downturns.

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Mayor James Diossa Announces City Budget Focused on Fiscal Responsibility

Creates strong fiscal foundation with reserve fund 

On Monday, May 15th, Mayor James A. Diossa delivered his vision and goals for the 2018 fiscal year in his city budget address.  The speech was streamed on Facebook live and you can watch here.  The city budget is also available online here

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Central Falls’ Financial Progress Reaffirmed by Moody’s

Central Falls – Credit rating agency Moody’s Investor Services praised the City of Central Falls’ financial progress and increased their credit rating by one notch from Ba2 to Ba1. The increase comes on the heels of Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s increase of Central Falls’ long-term bond rating by three notches from “BB” to “BBB,” placing the City in Investment Grade. Moody’s analysts also indicated that the City may be upgraded again within 12 to 24 months based on the positive outlook.

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John Kostrzewa: 3 projects that could make R.I.’s tiniest town really shine

John Kostrzewa: 3 projects that could make R.I.’s tiniest town really shine

A commuter rail station, a mill renovated into a recreational facility and a sprucing up of Broad Street, the main route linking Pawtucket, Central Falls and Cumberland.

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Mayor James A. Diossa to host the 7th Annual Earth Day Cleanup

Central Falls – Time for spring cleaning! Mayor James A. Diossa announces the 7th Annual Earth Day Cleanup and is call on residents to participate.

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Central Falls Police Department Successfully Concludes Fundraiser to Bring K-9 Onboard

Central Falls – On Monday March 27, 2017, Mayor James A. Diossa and police chief Colonel James J. Mendonca announced that the Central Falls Police Department had officially secured the funds to add Hayron to the department’s K-9 Unit. The funds were acquired completely through donations.

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Law Students Spend Spring Break in Central Falls

Mayor James Diossa today thanked three Roger Williams University law school students, Mackenzie Collins, Kathrine Morin and Alexander Joyal who just spent a full-time week in the Central Falls' Law Department as part of the law school's "Alternative Spring Break" program.  Students in the program dedicate their spring break to serving the public interest.  

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Standard & Poor's Significantly Upgrades Central Falls Credit Rating To Investment Grade

Central Falls – Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has raised Central Falls’ long-term bond rating three notches from “BB” to “BBB” placing the City in Investment Grade. The significant upgrade comes as S&P reaffirms that “Central Falls is operating under a much stronger economic and management environment since emerging from bankruptcy in 2012. The city has had several years of strong budgetary performance, and has fully adhered to the established post-bankruptcy plan.”

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Central Falls Kicks Off Noise Ordinance Education Campaign

Central Falls, RI – With warm summer weather right around the corner, Central Falls City Council President Robert Ferri is leading the effort to educate the public about the city’s noise ordinance (full ordinance below). The campaign is a collaboration between schools, law enforcement, and City Hall to reach residents who may not be aware of the city’s ordinance designed to curb excessive noise and protect the quality of life in the community

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