- Appeal of Trinity Spring, LLC - 36 Church Street
- Petition of Forsfirtis/ Deinde, LLC - 105, 107-111 Broadway
- Petition of New Newport Liquor, LLC - 3 Thames Street
- Petition of Blizzard Properties - 18 Sylvan Street
- Petition of Paul McBride - 173 Broadway
- Petition of Kenneth & Kathryn Vivian - 32 Third Street
- Petition of Christopher Hosking - 211 Eustis Avenue
- Petition of SBJ Realty, LLC - 37-39 1/2 Memorial Blvd.
- Petition of Maurice & Lynn De La Vallette - 18 Second Street
- Petition of Kenneth Blane - 435 Thames Street, Unit 1, South
- Petition of Richard & Cecelia Ferro - 96 Kay Blvd.
- Petition of Denise Richards - 6 Binney Street
- Petition of Patrick O'Leary - 599 Thames Street
- Petition of Leslie Gillette - 11-13 Brewer Street
- Petition of Kevin & Dina Quirk - 24 Brenton Road
- Petition of Peter & Cheryl MacInnis - 1 Greenlaw Blvd.
- Petition of JABRYFIN,LLC - 6 Jeffery Road & 5 Alpond Drive
- Petition of David & Robin Picard - 15 Garfield Street
- Petition of Peter Utzschneider - 59 Houston Avenue
- Petition of Bruce Moniz - 487- 489 Thames Street
- Petition of Peter Schmitz - 3 Third Street
- Petition of Extreme Cotton Candy - 12 Long Wharf
- Petition of Wilbur & Sharon Heller - 50 Eustis Avenue
- Petition of Michael & Katelyn Arsenault - 16 Carey Street
- Petition of Edwin Booth - 36 Connection Street
- Petition of Mark Aramli - 17 JT Connell Highway
- Petition of William May, III - 127 Ruggles Avenue
- Petition of Ratana Hoan - 253 Broadway
- Petition of Pamela Murrin - 26 Halidon Avenue
- Petition of Newport Restoration Foundation - 29 Touro Street
- Petition of Adam Zaff - 0 Tompkins Court
- Petition of Maureen Marosits - 45 Third Street
- Petition of James Day - 443 Bellevue Avenue
Questions regarding Zoning should be directed to Guy Weston, Zoning Officer, 845-5452 or email Guy at email@example.com.
Special Use Permits:
While the Zoning Code is based upon the division of the city into districts within each of which the use of land and structures and the bulk and location of structures in relation to the land are substantially uniform, it is recognized that there are certain other uses and features that would be appropriate in such districts if controlled as to number, area, location or relation to the neighborhood so as to promote the public health, safety, welfare, order, comfort, convenience, appearance, prosperity or general welfare.
When provided elsewhere in the zoning code, such uses and features shall be treated as special use and shall be deemed to be permitted in their respective districts subject to the satisfaction of the requirements and standards set forth in the zoning code, in addition to other requirements of the zoning code. All such uses are declared to possess such special characteristics that each shall be considered as an individual case.
Regulatory (Dimensional) Variances:
You will need a regulatory variance if your proposed construction in any way does not comply with the requirements of a particular zoning district. A frequently asked question is: Can I add a second story to my home even though the existing footprint does not conform to the setback requirements? The answer is that ANY new construction, even atop a legal non-conforming structure must comply with the current zoning requirements.
Nuisance issues should be reported to the Minimum Housing Inspector at 401-845-5464 or via e-mail to Gino Martinelli at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Municipal Inspector will take the appropriate action to ensure the nuisance is corrected. Nuisance issues include:
- Undesirable accumulations/vegetation
- Junk automobiles/unregistered vehicles
- Dirt piles
- Sidewalk obstructions
- Illegal signs and awnings