The following roads will be paved starting June 30th. Please be advised and note possible uneven surfaces: Roosevelt Ave – East Pawtucket Industrial Highway to Broadway, Cottage St – Grand Ave to the Attleboro Line, Paulhus Court – Martin St to cul-de-sac

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COVID-19 Updated Information

The state of Rhode Island has announced an endemic strategy for COVID-19 response. 
State-run COVID-19 community vaccination clinics and at-home vaccination services will be available through June 30, 2022. 

Read the states full press release here:

FDA approved COVID-19 self test kits are available at Pawtucket Public Library, Leon Mathieu Senior Center and Pawtucket City Hall Information Desk during normal business hours 
Federal programs are available to support access to COVID-19 testing for people without health insurance.
Increasing Community Access to Testing (ICATT) for COVID-19CDC’s ICATT program can help you find where to get a free COVID-19 laboratory test whether or not you have insurance.
Test To Treat Program: Through this program, people are able to get tested and – if they’re positive and treatments are appropriate for them – get a prescription from a healthcare provider, and have their prescription filled all at one location.
Test to Treat locator is available to help find participating sites.
A call center is also available at 1-800-232-0233 to get help in more than 150 other languages – 8 am to midnight, 7 days a week. 
COVID-19 vaccines are authorized and recommended for everyone age 6 months and older. For the best protection against COVID-19, stay up to date with your vaccines. This means getting all recommended doses of COVID-19, including boosters when eligible.

As part of the State’s endemic strategy for COVID-19, vaccination will transition from State-supported vaccination sites to traditional partners and settings on July 1. If there is an increase in demand for COVID-19 vaccine that Rhode Island's long-standing, traditional health care infrastructure cannot support, the State is prepared to re-engage State-supported vaccination sites. COVID-19 vaccines will continue to be offered at no out-of-pocket cost to Rhode Islanders.

Healthcare services, including COVID-19 vaccines, are available to people without health insurance at:

WTL Health Clinic (Pawtucket)
Blackstone Valley Community Health Care (Pawtucket)
Rhode Island Free Clinic (Providence)
Clinica Esperanza (Providence)


McCoy Stadium on Wednesday, 6/29/2022 5:30PM-7PM

1 Columbus Ave, Pawtucket RI, 02860

Vaccinations Offered- Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine (12+), Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine, Janssen


If you are a Pawtucket resident looking for information relative to vaccines or testing,

please call 401-721-5028 or email  






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