Homes in Central Falls, RI sold for approximately the asking price on average in June 2022.
* Tax rate reflects homestead exemption. Based on per Thousand - Sources: United States Census Bureau. 2020 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey Office. Web. 17 March 2022. & Realtor.com
Central Falls with only 1.29 square miles of land is uniquely diverse and highly populated city. A large portion of the residents are spanish-speaking and have heritage from all over the world. It’s close to Providence and part of the larger metro area, but more affordable than most nearby cities and towns. Here you’ll find a strong ethnic culture and communities that embrace diversity.
Just north of Central Falls in South Attleboro, this shopping complex contains Market Basket, The Home Depot, TJ Maxx, and South Attleboro Station (part of the Providence — Stoughton Line via Boston MBTA).
An annual community event on the first Tuesday of August, located at Jenks Park. Family activities and games, food concessions, live music, and more.
A Christmas celebration outside of City Hall on the first Sunday in December. Watch the Christmas lights and decorations light up the evening sky. Free refreshments, holiday carols, pictures with Santa, and a beautiful walk through Jenks Park.
The restaurant scene in Central Falls truly highlights the diversity of the city. Here you’ll find some of the most authentic ethnic spots in the Providence metro area. It’s a hot-spot for Latin restaurants of all kinds, from Colombian to Salvadoran to Mexican.
The Cogswell Tower is a historic landmark and known symbol for the city of Central Falls. It sits on Dexter’s Ledge, the highest point in the city. From there you can see south to the Providence skyline or north to Lincoln highlands. Jenks Park is a great place to walk, bike ride, have a picnic with the family, or attend community events throughout the year. Community events include watching movies at night and Shakespeare in the Park during the summer months.
River Island Park has 2.5 acres of open recreation space, including a paved running track, picnic tables, and grass areas for activities. The campground area sits adjacent to the park. It has access to kayaking, canoeing, or fishing on the Blackstone River. There are two communal campsite areas with picnic tables where campers can set up tents and campfires.
The Central Falls School District is made up of seven schools serving preschool through high school students. The district serves approximately 2,500 students per year, with a teaching staff of 255. For more detailed information, visit their website
I-95: the main interstate curves around Central Falls and Pawtucket (known as the “S Curve”) and heads directly into Massachusetts or south to Providence. The close proximity makes it easier for commuters and gives easier access to the larger metro area and its amenities.
Route 114 (Broad St.): connects Central Falls to Valley Falls, Cumberland and Pawtucket. It’s one the main thru-ways in the city, lined with retail shops, small businesses, and restaurants.
Route 112 (Lonsdale Ave.): runs along the eastern border of Central Falls and connects to Dexter Street on the north side. Lonsdale leads into Lincoln or south toward the Woodlawn section of Pawtucket.
Distance to T.F. Green Airport: 16.1 miles
Distance to Providence Train Station: 6.4 miles
For more information on Central Falls, community events, and government departments, please visit the official website