Sunday, March 7, 2021        

Town of Smithfield Bond Information
Please vote on Tuesday, November 6th

During the General Election on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 registered Town voters will be asked to decide whether to authorize the issuance of bonds over the next five years. The Town of Smithfield has estimated the cost of these projects to maintain the public’s assets and expand service area for public safety. Smithfield voters will decide two separate bond questions that provide authorization to issue bonds in these categories and amounts:

Smithfield School Department Bond: $45 million (Not to exceed)
Smithfield Fire Department Bond: $4.5 million (Not to exceed)

Here are some documents that may help you make your decision – you may also attend one of the bond presentations upcoming this month:

Smithfield Fire Department New Fire Station Bond

The Smithfield Fire Department is asking the community to approve a Bond Referendum for the construction of a new fire station to service the route 7/route 116 area of the town.

Please attend one of our public presentations at the Smithfield Senior Center on:

  • Monday, October 1st – 7:00 PM
  • Monday, October 15th – 7:00 PM
  • Saturday, October 20th – 9:00 AM

With this bond referendum comes improvements to emergency response times, build-out of critical infrastructure to support public safety in the community, and lower homeowner and business insurance rates.

More information on the Smithfield Fire Department website


Smithfield Public Schools School Bond Forums

Join us at one of the informational forums to learn more about:
– the scope of work and construction plans
– current school conditions
– the school construction bond
– reimbursement expected
– options considered


Smithfield Fire Department – Fire Bond Forum 10-1-2018 from Town of Smithfield on Vimeo.

2018-10-10 School Bond Forum from Town of Smithfield on Vimeo.


Please consider these important bond referendums
and vote on Tuesday, November 6th.