City of Woonsocket Mayor's Office 169 Main St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Mayor Leo Fontaine's office is located in City Hall on Main Street. Fontaine was elected in 2009 after 16 years on…More the city council, with several terms served as council president. He also served as acting mayor for 18 months after Susan Menard's June 2008 resignation.
Main Street/Riverfront Initiative started in 1990 and was formerly Main Street 2000 Development…More Corporation.
Located in City Hall, the group is a private-non-profit organization with the purpose of addressing the declining business on Main Street and encouraging new economic activity and development. The project was created by the City of Woonsocket and the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce and focuses on improving the overall appearance and image of this central city zone.
City of Woonsocket Department of Engineering 169 Main St, Woonsocket, RI02895 The Department of Engineering is located at 169 Main St. in Woonsocket City Hall. The department handles trash and…More recycling schedules including the disposal of hazardous waste and yard waste. All trash notices are issued here and the department's web page is updated frequently with information on all local trash removal and disposal needs.
What began as "The Croquet Club Lemonade" in 1932 has evolved into Le Club Par-X, a private members…More only club which provides city wide fundraising for local schools, the Milk Fund and St. Jude's Children Hospital. Best known for its breakfast fundraising events, Le Club Par-X restricts entrance to members and their guests only. In addition to hosting fundraising events, it also provides a place for members to gather. Members have access to a pool table, cash bar, television and keno. Le Club Par-X offers a private hall which can be rented out.