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Coronavirus Updates

Cumberland Police Recruitment

The Cumberland Police Department is recruiting for Patrol Officers. The deadline for completed applications submitted online, by mail, or in person is 12:00 PM on Friday, December 31st, 2021. Full details are below. 

 

Cumberland Juvenile Hearing Board Vacancy

Juvenile Hearing Board

Cumberland Juvenile Hearing Board has a vacancy for an at-large member due to resignation.   The Board shall hear all cases referred to it by the juvenile division of the police department or the Chief of Police with respect to persons under the age of 18 who are charged with violating the laws of the state, or the Town. Members must be over the age of 18 and have a background in the related fields of education, probation, parole, human services, community youth services, members of the clergy, law enforcement or judicial officials, or a citizen who the Council deems has the credentials that would be an asset to the board. No member shall be an elected official in any capacity or belong to or be appointed to any partisan organization in any city or Town. No member of the board shall be entitled to receive any compensation by reason of his or her service on the board.

Interested individuals should send letters and resumes no later than December 6, 2021 to the Town Clerk’s Office, 45 Broad Street, Cumberland, RI 02864 or sgiovanelli@cumberlandri.org.

Business License Online Portal

Use the following link for your general business or liquor licenses!

https://cumberlandri.viewpointcloud.com/

Mask Update

While conducting business in Town Hall we ask that all unvaccinated individuals continue to wear their masks at all times. Vaccinated individuals do not have to wear their masks while in the building.

Yard Waste Updates

The bi-weekly curbside collection of yard waste in the Town of Cumberland will end on October 1st.

It will resume on a weekly basis beginning on October 12th, for the fall collection season.

The townwide weekly collection of yard waste during the fall season will continue until December 17, 2021.

Full details can be found in the press release linked here.

Applying for a Marriage License

It is strongly recommended that you call ahead to make an appointment.  At that time, our staff we’ll review with you the required documentation.  If possible, we ask that all required documentation (MARRIAGE REQUIREMENTS ATTACHED) be emailed to us in advance in order to prepare the license for your review prior to coming to Town Hall.

  • Complete the marriage worksheet.  Please do not sign until you are here, and we witness your signature.
  • Driver’s Licenses and or valid passport.  If the license shows an address other than your Cumberland address, you will be required to provide alternate documentation showing your Cumberland address such as utility bill, bank statement, etc.
  • Long form Birth Certificate, original no copies.  Translated by an accredited translation company, if in another language.  (LIST OF ACCREDITED TRANSLATION COMPANIES).  Here is the link to the form to request a birth certificate if either party needs a certified copy of their birth certificate; $22 for a certified copy.  One can also be requested and pay for on-line at https://vitalrecords.egov.com/CDC.VitalRecordsMVC.Web/Wizard/RI/Municipality/SelectMunicipality.
  • Certified Copy of the Final Divorce decree from the Court is required, if either party have been divorced.
  • The license is good for 90 days from the day you both sign here at Town Hall.

Please upload/email all documents to vitalrecords@cumberlandri.org in advance so the license can be drafted.  Once the documents have been received, you’ll be contacted to set up an appointment for both parties to come in with all your original documents and payment; $24 for the marriage license (cash, check or charge).

Message 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.  

We appreciate your patience during these challenging times. I firmly believe that we are better together. Our collective strengths as individuals and as a town will always see us through.

Be well.

Thank you,

Mayor Jeff Mutter

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