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The population was 47, at the census , making it the fifth largest city in the state. According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of The following villages are located in East Providence: In , the Plymouth Colony purchased from the Indians a large tract of land which today includes the northern half of East Providence from Watchemoket to Rumford , Rehoboth, Massachusetts , Seekonk, Massachusetts , and part of Pawtucket.

Four years later, John Brown of Plymouth bought a considerably smaller piece of land from the Indians, which today comprises the southern part of East Providence Riverside , Barrington, and a small part of Swansea. Over the whole the authorities gave the name 'Rehoboth'. The center of this large settlement, which is sometimes referred to as 'Old Rehoboth', is within the borders of modern East Providence.

In , the western half of Old Rehoboth was set off as a separate township called Seekonk, Massachusetts. Old Rehoboth's town center now became the heart of Old Seekonk.

Beginning around and continuing until the onset of the Depression in , large numbers of Portuguese from Providence, Fall River, New Bedford, and Portugal settled in East Providence. By , there were over Portuguese in the town, the third highest in the state. The Portuguese, like other ethnic groups, were drawn to East Providence primarily by the lure of jobs.

Many employment opportunities were available in the Watchemoket area, where numerous immigrants settled. In decades preceding the Civil War, Watchemoket Point was little more than a farming and fishing area with perhaps a few hundred residents. Watchemoket was situated directly across from the thriving city of Providence and thus benefited from the expansion of that community. More importantly, two bridges across the Seekonk River gave easy access to Watchmemoket.

By the s, tolls were no longer being charged to cross the Washington and Central Bridges, giving further stimulus to the growth of Watchemoket and the transformation of the village from a sleepy fishing area to the vital core of East Providence in Perhaps the first businesses to come to Watchemoket were inns built to service the large numbers of people coming through.

The residents of Watchemoket also had their own library by the early s. Already the commercial and population center of East Providence, by the mids, Watchemoket next became the political center as well. The town hall was moved from Rumford to the heart of the community, so it was more accessible.

That same year the East Providence Police Department opened its headquarters in the town hall. For some time after the incorporation of the town in , the area around the old "Ring of the Green" was referred to as East Providence Center. The official town hall was located here until , as were several churches.

Moreover, the village was the population center of East Providence, containing many farms and mills along the Ten Mile River.

Many people migrated from East Providence Center to the new center at Watchemoket. From the time of the Wannamoisett purchase in to the Civil War, the shore land from Watchemoket to Bullocks Point had remained a sparsely settled fishing and farming area. When East Providence was incorporated, no more than a few hundred of its residents made the coastal village their home.

The white settlers had first learned of the plentiful supply of shellfish in the area from the Wampanoag Indians. More than two centuries later, the waters of Narragansett Bay, which washed the shores of Wannamoisett, still contained an abundant supply of edible sea treasures. Clams, quahogs, and oysters were harvested by Wannamoisett residents and sold in Providence. Arnold Medberry, for instance, brought his plow to the shoreline and began picking up clams by the handful.

He loaded the shellfish on a cart and easily sold his entire day's catch in Providence. At that time, Medberry and his neighbors were referred to as "clamdiggers", a derogatory term comparable to the pejorative hayseed.

Already, by the early nineteenth century, individuals had begun to build summer homes, causing the population to double to about New resort facilities were built, such as the Pomham House.

Numbers of roads were lined with trees and houses, Christian Churches were formed, a library was built, and the Narragansett Engine Company was formed in By that time, the residents were no longer dismissed as "clamdiggers", but regarded as townspeople. While many transactions were taking place, Charles I. Looff came to Riverside. He was a wood carver for a furniture business in New York, and spent spare time in his basement carveing wooden horses as a hobby.

After long years of hard work, he produced the first steam powered carousel and sold it to Crescent Park. He operated the carousel and designed a summer recreation area. By the early s, New Englanders recognized Crescent Park as the leading amusement park in the region. Looff accomplished fantastic achievements and, after his death, his family continued to operate Crescent Park.

The park closed in the s and the land was used for condominiums. The Crescent Park Looff Carousel still remains. The City of East Providence is governed by a five member City Council, with council-members elected every two years from four wards and one elected at-large. The City Council sets all city policies and ordinances. The City Council elects a Mayor from among its members as well as appoints a City Solicitor, City Clerk and some ceremonial positions at the beginning of each Council term.

The day-to-day operations of the City of East Providence is conducted by the City Manager that is selected by the City Council and serves for a fixed contract. The City Manager hires all other city employees except Solicitor and Clerk and manages the operation of the city. In order to have professional city management, the City Manager is required by ordinance to have a Masters in Business Administration, Masters in Public Administration or equivalent degree.

The City also has an elected School Committee, elected in the same manner as the City Council; an appointed Library Board of Trustees and various other City Council appointed governing and advisory boards and commissions. Effective as of the election, East Providence will move from a Council-Manager form of government to a Mayor-Council government and popularly elect an executive Mayor for the first time since the city was incorporated in The city has recently created a commission charged with facilitating the redevelopment of old industrial sites and brownfields along most of East Providence's mile coastline on the Seekonk River as mixed use residential, commercial, and light industrial zones.

As of the census [2] of , there were 48, people, 20, households, and 12, families residing in the city. The population density was 3, There were 21, housing units at an average density of 1, The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1. There were 20, households out of which The average household size was 2.

In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 40 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. City in Rhode Island, United States.

United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on United States Geological Survey. Retrieved June 9, Archived from the original on May 12, Retrieved June 4, Retrieved 27 June State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.

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This page was last edited on 23 October , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Location in Providence County and the state of Rhode Island. Ward 1 Anna M. Ward 2 Joseph A. Ward 3 Brian J. Wikivoyage has a travel guide for East Providence.

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He was a wood carver for a furniture business in New York, and spent spare time in his basement carveing wooden horses as a hobby. After long years of hard work, he produced the first steam powered carousel and sold it to Crescent Park. He operated the carousel and designed a summer recreation area.

By the early s, New Englanders recognized Crescent Park as the leading amusement park in the region. Looff accomplished fantastic achievements and, after his death, his family continued to operate Crescent Park.

The park closed in the s and the land was used for condominiums. The Crescent Park Looff Carousel still remains. The City of East Providence is governed by a five member City Council, with council-members elected every two years from four wards and one elected at-large.

The City Council sets all city policies and ordinances. The City Council elects a Mayor from among its members as well as appoints a City Solicitor, City Clerk and some ceremonial positions at the beginning of each Council term.

The day-to-day operations of the City of East Providence is conducted by the City Manager that is selected by the City Council and serves for a fixed contract. The City Manager hires all other city employees except Solicitor and Clerk and manages the operation of the city.

In order to have professional city management, the City Manager is required by ordinance to have a Masters in Business Administration, Masters in Public Administration or equivalent degree. The City also has an elected School Committee, elected in the same manner as the City Council; an appointed Library Board of Trustees and various other City Council appointed governing and advisory boards and commissions. Effective as of the election, East Providence will move from a Council-Manager form of government to a Mayor-Council government and popularly elect an executive Mayor for the first time since the city was incorporated in The city has recently created a commission charged with facilitating the redevelopment of old industrial sites and brownfields along most of East Providence's mile coastline on the Seekonk River as mixed use residential, commercial, and light industrial zones.

As of the census [2] of , there were 48, people, 20, households, and 12, families residing in the city. The population density was 3, There were 21, housing units at an average density of 1, The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1. There were 20, households out of which The average household size was 2. In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 40 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

City in Rhode Island, United States. United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on United States Geological Survey. Retrieved June 9, Archived from the original on May 12, Retrieved June 4, Retrieved 27 June State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.

Region of Greater Boston. Cambridge Lowell Manchester Providence Worcester. Retrieved from " https: Webarchive template wayback links Articles with short description Coordinates on Wikidata. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This page was last edited on 23 October , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Information on this can be found here. Curbside Green Waste Ending for the Season. The last curbside green waste pickup will be Wednesday, November Baur Avenue Road Maintenance and Construction.

The Baur Avenue waterline project is nearing completion. If possible, please use alternate routes. Please use caution in construction areas. Thank you for your patience and cooperation. Winter Parking is Just Around the Corner.

The snow season is just around the corner. It is time to get ready for winter parking hours. Winter parking hours go into effect 24 hours after the first snowstorm that requires the City to plow the streets in November, or December 1, whichever is earlier. Vehicles or equipment cannot be parked in the City right-of-way from If there is no curb, vehicles or equipment must be a minimum of eight-feet 8' from the asphalt. The City will not be liable for any damage occurring to any vehicle or equipment parked on any street or right-of-way, during street and right-of-way maintenance.

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Facebook. Learn more about PC's business and innovation minor — a new option for liberal arts and sciences majors to prepare for professional careers. The Hospitals of Providence has been faithfully serving as a steward of health in the El Paso community. Committed to providing the health care you need, when you need it. The Hospitals of Providence are comprised of our region’s most trusted hospitals, each dedicated to meeting your family’s specific healthcare needs. The Providence Reds were a hockey team that played in the Canadian-American Hockey League (CAHL) between and and the American Hockey League (AHL) from to , the last season of which they played as the Rhode Island exposition-universelle-paris-1900.com team won the Calder Cup in , , , and The Reds played at the Rhode Island Auditorium, located on North Main Street in Providence.