City Building Inspections Office 1090 Cranston St, Cranston, RI02920 The Hamilton Building is close to the Cranston Police Department on Cranston Street and holds the offices of the city's…More engineering, parks and recreation, community development, building inspection and zoning departments. It is also home to the Cranston Community Action Program, which offers employment assistance, substance abuse counseling, and child and elderly care services.
Cranston Housing Authority 50 Birch St, Cranston, RI02920 The Cranston Housing Authority provides housing assistance to low-income residents. Along with Section 8 and rental…More assistance, the agency manages city-owned public housing.
Cranston Municipal Employees Credit Union 1615 Pontiac Ave, Cranston, RI02920 Located on Pontiac Avenue on the second floor of the Capuano Building is the Cranston Municipal Employees Credit Union.…More It has been serving the financial needs of Cranston city employees and their families as well as Cranston school district employees since 1946 by offering competitive rates and a variety of convenient services such as home banking, direct deposit, payroll deduction, wire transfer, a personal teller line and more. The experts at the Cranston Municipal Employees Credit Union can also help you set up a personalized savings account or help you to see if you qualify for a loan to buy a house or car. The services at this credit union are only available to employees of the city of Cranston or its school district.
Mid-City Incorporated 647 Oaklawn Ave, Cranston, RI02920 Mid-City Incorporated is a general contractor in Cranston serving commercial clients. Please call the number provided…More for more information.
The Cranston Public Schools Administration building is located right next to City Hall on Park Avenue. The building,…More erected in 1904, was once the city's first high school. Formerly the William A. Briggs School, the building is now home to the superintendent of schools and the administrative offices that manage and run the school system.
The building also has classroom space and is used by Cranston High School East.
Cranston High School East is one of the largest high schools in the state, with about 1,700 students and 150 staff…More members.
Cranston East is located on Park Avenue next to City Hall. The school's mascot is the Thunderbolt and the school is known for a number of competitive sports teams as well as one of the best marching bands in New England. It also has a high-ranked music program.
The school's current principal is Sean T. Kelly.
Cranston Municipal Court 5 Garfield Ave, Cranston, RI02920 Cranston Municipal Court is located in the new police headquarters building on Garfield Avenue. The court primarily…More hears cases involving traffic violations and violations of city ordinances. Court is in session on Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning at 8:30 am. Check-in is at 8am. Fines may be paid weekdays from 8:30am to 3:30pm.
St. Paul School 1789 Broad St, Cranston, RI02905 Saint Paul School of Cranston, Rhode Island is a widely recognized school offering Pre-School through 8th grade…More curriculum and welcoming to all faiths. Our standardized test scores rank among the highest in the state. We serve the families of Cranston Rhode Island and the surrounding cities (Providence, Johnston, Warwick, etc.). Our enrollment is currently well over 200 students. We believe that nurturing Christian values along with excellence in education fosters character and leadership development and inspires good citizenship.
Cranston Pawn Brokers is the city's first Pawn Shop. Owners Alex Manzo and Stacey King opened the business in the…More Spring of 2012. The shop buys and sells jewlery, electronic devices and will even consider art and antiques. Take out a small cash loan, find great deals on high-quality items or get money for your unwanted valuables.
Cranston Pawn Brokers gives the typical pawn shop an upscale flair and the items for sale are always high quality. They won't accept just anything for cash, either, so don't expect to get cash for old toasters and microwaves.
The Cranston Police Department is led by Col. Marco Palombo Jr., a native son of Cranston and a firm believer in…More community policing.
This large police department recently restructured its patrols, splitting the city into three distinct districts, each commanded by a district lieutenant who oversees a group of patrol officers who work the same beat every shift. This helps officers better understand the issues facing the neighborhoods they serve and helps residents feel comfortable and familiar with the officers they see every day.
Along with a large patrol division, Cranston Police operate a detective division, an office of professional standards, a training unit, honor guard, underwater recovery team, special reaction team and an inspectional services division.
In 2007, Cranston Police responded to 71,649 alls for service and made 2,718 arrests. Fifty-three percent of calls were responded to in one minute or less.
Christopher & Banks 59 Hillside Rd, Cranston, RI02920 Christopher & Banks is a women's clothing store with garments of all kinds. At this location, in the Garden City…More Shopping Center in downtown Cranston, items range from shirts and dresses to denim and jackets. Christopher & Banks always stays up-to-date with current styles, from season to season. Misses and petite sizes are available.