Beach vehicle permits are available at the CRMC offices in Wakefield between the hours of 9:30am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-3:30pm. Please plan accordingly. Thank you.
CRMC Policies on Access to Public Records (PDF)
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CELEBRATING OVER 40 YEARS OF COASTAL MANAGEMENT IN RHODE ISLAND
In The Spotlight
CRMC: 2015 in review
RI Education Exchange now offers paid aquaculture training
• Flyer (PDF)
• Application (PDF)
CRMC, URI introduce new risk index tool under Beach SAMP
Education and Outreach: CRMC gets involved with ACE Program
2015 International Marine Spatial Planning Symposium: Sharing Practical Solutions at University of Rhode Island, featuring CRMC’s Grover Fugate
CRMC approves changes to sea level rise policy
Save the date! RI Coastal Erosion Control Workshop April 21st (PDF)
CRMC works with Providence community to improve public access
Join Us! Next Beach SAMP Stakeholder Meeting Thursday, February 4th
CRMC to hold mandatory Vibrio compliance workshops
URI ocean engineering students study impact of rising sea levels, storms on Matunuck
CRMC permits first shellfish hatchery in RI
Applied Shellfish Farming course offered at RWU
Public Comment Period Now Open for the Introduction of the Beach SAMP
RI to debut first FORTIFIED house, thanks to CRMC efforts
CRMC, URI introducing Beach SAMP tools to coastal communities
– Resiliant Communities Model Process
– Review of Adaptation Strategies (PDF)
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Currently Proposed Policies/Regulations
Header photo above provided by the Narragansett Bay Estuary Program.