Tolling of expiration periods for CRMC Assents has ended as of June 30, 2016, pursuant to Rhode Island General Law § 46-23-6.3. The tolling period legislation was not extended this past legislative session.
Therefore, all CRMC Assents issued between November 9, 2009 and June 30, 2016 will now expire in three (3) years beginning July 1, 2016.
All CRMC Assents issued prior to November 9, 2009 were tolled on November 9, 2009 through June 30, 2016. The time remaining on these Assents as of November 9, 2009 will resume on July 1, 2016.
Please contact the CRMC at 783-3370 with questions about these timeframes.
Beach vehicle permits are available at the CRMC offices in Wakefield between the hours of 9:30am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-3:30pm, Monday-Friday. Please plan accordingly. Thank you.
CRMC Policies on Access to Public Records (PDF)
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CELEBRATING 45 YEARS OF COASTAL MANAGEMENT IN RHODE ISLAND
Request for Proposal for Legal Services to the RI CRMC (PDF)
PLEASE JOIN US: RI CRMC Shoreline Change Special Area Management Plan (Beach SAMP) Stakeholder Meeting
CRMC Logo Design Contest
CRMC funds eelgrass mapping effort
Public Workshop: protecting newport historic and cultural coastal assets from flooding caused by sea level rise
New UCG projects moving forward
CRMC Council approves maintenance of Mary Carpenter’s wall in Matunuck
Aquaculture in the Ocean State: FREE Summer Tours
RI aquaculture in the spotlight: CRMC tours a success
CRMC permits first exclusive kelp farm in RI
RI Salt Marsh Monitoring and Assessment Program released
CRMC approves 5 aquaculture applications
An update on the Ninigret Pond salt marsh habitat restoration project
Beaches and Sand Trails of Southern Rhode Island, Regulations and Information Pamphlet (PDF)
Join CRMC, URI for Ocean SAMP update, celebration
• SAVE THE DATE: Ocean SAMP Five-Year Achievements – Come Celebrate with Us!
• The Ocean SAMP – Five Years Later
(Editorial by the CRMC Chair)
• Five years later: the Ocean SAMP (Press Release)
Narragansett facility first to benefit from STORMTOOLS
NOAA grant provides funds to improve prediction, protection from coastal storms
• Official NOAA announcement
Ninigret Pond: Historical Perspectives and Current Uses
RI Education Exchange now offers paid aquaculture training
• Flyer (PDF)
• Application (PDF)
CRMC, URI introducing Beach SAMP tools to coastal communities
– Resilient Communities Model Process
– Review of Adaptation Strategies (PDF)
Currently Proposed Policies/Regulations
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