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The Rec Center is located at 30 St. Dominic Road across from the Senior Center. The main office phone number is 284-1975
September 4th - May 25th
Monday - Friday 6a - 10p
Saturday 8a - 8p
Sunday 9a - 6p
May 26 - September 3
Monday - Thursday 6:00a - 9:00p
Friday 6a - 8p
Saturday 8a - 4p
For residents seeking relief from the cold, the following public buildings serve as seasonal warming centers during the days and hours listed. Please note during winter storm conditions, specific warming shelters may be designated.
Individuals requesting American Sign Language interpreters or CART service must notify the Town Clerk’s Office at 401-789-9331 at least seventy-two (72) hours in advance of public meeting.
*Please note the Police Department has a different application process.
To see current job postings, please visit the Employment Opportunities page.
Based on the Town's security protocols, we cannot access documents shared via Google Drive or other cloud based shared drives. When applying by email, please attach your application materials as a PDF.
The Town conducts a background check on all potential employees, full time, part time, seasonal, temporary, and per diem. All employment offers are contingent upon completing a successful background check.
When positions become available within the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Department, the Town conducts periodic recruitments in order to determine an eligibility list for full time and per diem job openings. The Town will provide notice of the recruitment the same way the Town advertises other job postings. Applicants for full time positions must have a valid RI Paramedic license at time of appointment. Applicants for Per Diem positions must have a valid RI Paramedic or EMT-Cardiac license at time of appointment. Along with the recruitment posting, the Town will post further detail regarding the recruitment and application process, which includes written, physical agility, and scenario-based assessments, as well as a thorough background check and pre-placement health screening.
Moving the property line between two existing lots or parcels is called an Administrative Subdivision. Administrative Subdivisions require application to the Planning Department and are reviewed and approved by the Administrative Officer of the Planning Board. Click here for more information about the Administrative Subdivision review process.
Lot mergers are considered Administrative Subdivisions. Administrative Subdivisions require application to the Planning Department and are reviewed and approved by the Administrative Officer of the Planning Board. Click here for more information about the Administrative Subdivision review process.
There are three types of subdivision allowed in Rhode Island: Administrative, Minor, and Major. An Administrative Subdivision is one in which no new lots are created for development. A Minor Subdivision results in 5 or fewer lots, and a Major Subdivision results in 6 or more lots. All subdivisions require application to the Planning Department, and the review process is dependent on the type of subdivision requested. More information on the three types of subdivision, and the respective review processes, can be found here.
The review process for a development project depends on the size and scale of the proposal. More information on the different project types, as well as information about the respective review processes, can be found here.
The Town maintains an interactive WebGIS, which you can use to look up information relative to any property in South Kingstown. Click here to access the WebGIS, and call Carol Baker at (401) 789-9311 x1244 with any questions.
Call the Planning Department at (401) 789-9331 x1244 to order any of the Town’s existing maps, including tax maps.
Visit the Town Clerk's office to order and pay for recorded plat maps and plans. Once paid, bring the receipt form to the Planning Department to pick up your print.
Regular Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month beginning with a Work Session at 6:45 p.m. and the Regular Session immediately following at 7:30 p.m. For more information, please click the link