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Happenings in Cumberland

Trash Delayed

Due to Monday’s (01/20) holiday, all trash and recycling will be delayed one day this week. Thank you for your cooperation.

Christmas Tree Disposal

The following options exist for Christmas tree disposal. The Ashton-Berkeley Scouts are offering a pick up program (see pdf below) or you can drop your trees off at the Kent Street Highway Garage or Tucker Field. Please make sure all lights and decorations are removed.

Scouts Christmas Tree Disposal

Bulky Items Update

A new collection schedule for the collection of bulk trash items will be implemented by MTG Disposal (MEGA) starting on Saturday, December 7, 2019.  Bulky household items will now be picked-up by MEGA the first and third Saturday of the month, except for those months that have trash holiday weeks, when trash and recycling is collected on a Saturday.

Full Bulky Item Press Release

Thank you Curtiss Grieve – for your beautiful photographs

Curtiss Grieve, Planning and Community Development Clerk, has been taking photographs around Cumberland for the town’s website. Curtiss is a 16-year resident of Cumberland and owner of wedding photography company, Eloquent Images Photography, LLC. In addition to his seasonal pictures taken from the Heritage Park bridge, Curtiss often lends us his talents at other community events. Cumberland’s Town Hall is fortunate to have such creative employees and town residents.

Welcome to the Town of Cumberland!

It is an honor to be given the opportunity to be the Mayor of such a vibrant community. As Mayor I have the unique privilege to see so much of what makes this community special. It is why I have made my priorities clear to include all the elements that make Cumberland not just livable, but a truly great place to live, work, and play.

One of the greatest things about Cumberland isn’t a thing at all, it is the people. I believe in Cumberland, and I believe in Cumberland’s future. By capturing the spirit and energy of this town and by working together, we can create a community that provides opportunities for all. Together we can develop a state of the art senior center, revitalize Broad Street, and bring Diamond Hill Park to life for a new generation. This is all achievable. This is who we are.

If there is ever anything our office can do to be of service to you, please contact my Community Outreach Coordinator, Sarah King at 401-728-2400 x132.  

Thank you,
Jeffrey Mutter

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