Public Works Department releases holiday rubbish schedule

EAST PROVIDENCE, RI — The City of East Providence Dept. of Public Works has announced that due to the President’s Day holiday there will be no rubbish or recycling collection on Monday, Feb. 17, 2020. Monday’s rubbish and recycling will be collected on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020 and rubbish and recycling collections for the remainder of the week will be delayed by one day. Residents are asked to have rubbish containers at the curb by 6 a.m. for collection.

For questions or more information, please contact DPW Program Coordinator, Donna McMahon at (401)435-7701 Fax: 434-1725.

East Providence Prevention Coalition

Prevention Coalition
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New logo, same great goal. Showing our solidarity as we all unite to reach our goal of a healthier community, the East Providence Prevention Coalition would like to present our new logo, courtesy of Jason Suchite. As we continue our prevention efforts in East Providence, we need your support and input. If you are interested in attending a meeting or would like to volunteer, contact Madeline Marlow.

Sectors represented within East Providence Prevention Coalition:

Parent Networks
East Providence Schools
Religious Organizations
City of East Providence Employees
Behavioral Health
Business Owners
Citizens Police Academy
East Providence Police Department
State Legislators


It’s the law: Anyone who serves alcoholic beverages is defined as working in a Pouring Establishment. All staff (including wait staff, door personnel, valet staff and owners/managers) must be RBS Certified through a four-hour training. Anyone who sells alcoholic beverages is defined as working in a Non-Pouring Establishment; e.g.; liquor stores. Staff are eligible, though not currently require by law, to be RBS Certified through a four-hour training.


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Contact Information

Madeline Marlow, Coalition Coordinator

East Providence Prevention Coalition

(401) 435-1923 x. 11190