Creative Print Management 969 Park Ave, Cranston, RI02910 Creative Print Management is the smallest entity of Sir Speedy Print Shop. In business for five years, it specializes in…More photocopying, digital networking and printing needs. It will customize banners, business cards and political literature.
Since 1976, this independent business has been designing and manufacturing custom signs for its clients. B Sign…More Graphics offers metal work, paper and sandblasted signs, magnets, window and vehicle lettering, building directories, political banners and a variety of other services. Call the office or visit the website to see photos of previous projects.
Ocean State Action 99 Bald Hill Rd, Cranston, RI02920 Ocean State Action is a coalition of community organizations, environmental groups, professional associations and labor…More unions committed to raising awareness and improving civil, economic and environmental conditions in Rhode Island for all citizens. Its office is on 99 Bald Hills Road to the left of the Down Syndrome Society of Rhode Island, where it regularly organize rallies and campaigns to be held all over the state for various political and social causes such as health care, taxes and education.
Cranston City Hall 869 Park Ave, Cranston, RI02910 Cranston City Hall is the nucleus of the city's government and where the city is officially run and managed. It's also…More 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 Allan W. 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.