...to preserve, protect, develop, and restore coastal resources for all Rhode Islanders
Due to health concerns regarding the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in RI, the CRMC will be holding virtual meetings. Please check the calendar for participation information.
CRMC staff are prepared and able to conduct business via phone/conference calls, email, and virtual meetings, as well as continue field work and enforcement as needed. We will continue to process applications as normal, with remote technology. Enforcement is on-call along with the rest of staff, so if you see something, please contact us as you normally would. Complaints can be phoned into our main number (401-783-3370) or emailed to our main account (firstname.lastname@example.org). Our enforcement staff will continue to respond to complaints and monitor for CRMC assent compliance during this time.
Documentation should be emailed or sent through the US Postal Service, unless different arrangements have been made with specific staff members. Information on our Sand Trail Passes (formerly Beach Vehicle Permits) can be found here - http://www.crmc.ri.gov/offroadvehicles.html. Please email us your documentation if you’d like to purchase a pass and we will work with you to schedule a time to bring your vehicle to CRMC for sticker application and fee submittal. For information on the status of an application, please refer to our online database - http://www.crmcpermitdatabase.org/pads.
Please note that the state Building Facilities Division has locked all doors into the Government Center. CRMC offices remain open for staff even though other offices within the Stedman building (DMV and DHS) are closed. Beginning Monday, March 23, 2020, CRMC staff will at times be working remotely, so please refer to the methods above for reaching staff as needed. During this time, the CRMC remains committed to meeting the needs of our constituents, applicants, project partners, consultants, and other stakeholders. Thank you for your cooperation.
URI Marine Affairs Capstone video projects:
– Preparing for the Storm: Rhode Island Endeavors for Coastal Resilience
– Coastal Resilience in Matunuck Village
As of 7/29/19, the CRMC will be using its Coastal Hazard Application Worksheet for applicable submitted projects as required by currently effective regulations in the Red Book in Section 1.1.6(I). Please click here for information on the list of projects requiring this worksheet, as well as the worksheet and online viewer.