Methods & Machines 140 Uxbridge St, Cranston, RI02920 Methods & Machines is a tool and die shop that works mostly with government contracting. Methods & Machines…More has been operating in Cranston for over 30 years.
United States Postal Service 57 Rolfe Sq, Cranston, RI02910 Located on Rolfe Square, this USPS branch specializes in first-class certified mail delivery, domestic mail,…More international mail, signature confirmations and passport processing for citizens and government employees. This location also sells envelopes, mailers, boxes and stamps.
Brinks 169 Mill St, Cranston, RI02905 Brinks is a security company for banks, retailers and other commercial and government clients. The company's services…More include armored car transportation, long-distance transport of valuables, money-processing, vaulting and more. For more information please call the number provided.
Munro Distributing 1550 Elmwood Ave, Cranston, RI02910 Munro Distributing is a 70 year old, family owned, wholesale electrical supply company. Munro carries contractor grade…More electrical supplies, solar electric components, energy efficient lighting and offers fire alarm system design and supply. The company handles commercial, government, industrial and residential projects nationwide.
Thomas Lonardo & Associates 80 Atwood Ave, Cranston, RI02920 Thomas Lonardo & Associates is an architectural firm in Cranston. It works on commercial and residential…More projects. Past work has included housing, academic, health care, government, historical, religious, hospitality, master planning and municipal properties.
A.H. Harris & Sons 40 Freeway Dr, Cranston, RI02920 A.H. Harris & Sons is a construction-supply company whose products include forming and shoring systems, decorative…More concrete, epoxies, rebars and concrete accessories. The company provides its products to government and industrial clients.
Sterling Moving & Storage 61 Comstock Pky, Cranston, RI02921 Sterling Moving & Storage is a company that offers services for businesses such as relocations, office…More moves, hotel moving, installations and trade show shipping. It also offers moving services to individuals as well as providing records storage, warehousing and distribution services for corporate, military and government clients. This company also specializes in moving antiques, computers, medical equipment and lab equipment. Free estimates are available by visiting this company's website.
Days Inn Warwick-Cranston 101 New London Ave, Cranston, RI02920 Days Inn is a chain of motels founded in 1970 by Cecil Bay in Tybee Island, Georgia. Today, Days Inn is a part of the…More Wyndham Hotel Group and has locations all over the world. Guests can check-in at the motel office or visit the Days Inn website to make a reservation. There, guests can find photos, prices and savings for a stay at any of their hotels around the globe. Days Inn also offers discount rates for AAA members, seniors, children, AARP members and government employees. Rooms vary in size from one bedroom motels to multi bedroom and bathroom suites.
This government facility on Phenix Avenue includes the city's maintenance division, which oversees the repair and…More maintenance of more than 320 miles of city streets as well as sidewalks and public properties. It also features the Bureau of Traffic Safety, which is responsible for the upkeep of traffic signs and road striping.
Also located here is the city's highway garage, where city-owned vehicles are maintained and repaired. It's also the spot where automobile waste oil and e-waste, such as computers, TVs and fax machines, can be dropped off by residents.
Cranston City Hall is the nucleus of the city's government and where the city is officially run and managed. It's…More also where residents go to get copies of vital records, pay their taxes or handle their building or zoning permit requests.
Cranston, with a population of about 80,000, is presided over by Mayor Alan Fung and represents a microcosm of the United States, combining rural farmlands in the west, dense urban life in the east and several tightly-knit suburban communities that range from postwar suburban developments like Garden City and historic villages with colonial roots, like Pawtuxet Village and Oak Lawn.
The offices of the board of canvassers, the personnel department, information technology and tax assessor can be found on the first floor. On the second floor, the city auditor, tax collector, city clerk and finance and purchasing departments are located. The third floor holds the offices of mayor, planning department and economic development as well as the city council chambers, which is where city council meetings and Probate Court hearings are convened.
City Hall was constructed with Works Progress Administration funds in 1936. The building was designed by Howe and Church and ended up located on Park Avenue after a political battle between the Republican party, which was the dominant political force, and the Democrats, who preferred city hall to remain in Knightsville. The decision to locate City Hall in Auburn was made against the advice of the City Plan Commission, but it solidified Auburn as the center of civic life in Cranston.
A directory of city departments and phone numbers is available at the city's website or by calling the main number.