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There are 15 diverse wards in the city. Learn more about the wards and the 15 Council members who represent them.

Councilwoman Jo-Ann Ryan Brings $2 Million in RIDOT Safety Improvements to Mount Pleasant Ave

Providence City Councilwoman Jo-Ann Ryan (Ward 5) has announced a major road safety project on Mount Pleasant Avenue which will begin next year. The...

Councilman Narducci Statement Regarding Cleanup of Homeless Encampment Area Under Route 146 Overpass

The following statement was offered by Providence City Councilman Nicholas Narducci Jr. (Ward 4) regarding the cleanup of a homeless encampment area...

Statement from Senior Deputy Majority Leader Nicholas J. Narducci Jr. in Appreciation of Providence Water

This morning, my neighbors and I were shocked to see large amounts of water flowing down our street and into our lawns and driveways. Providence...

Statement from Councilor David A. Salvatore Regarding Property at 663 Admiral Street

Community Meeting Postponed Due to Rain During the summer months, I have been communicating with residents, City departments and Strive Realty...

Council President Igliozzi and Members of the City Council Co-Sign Letter Urging Mayor to Support the Reclassification of Community Relations and Diversion Services Position & Addition of New Police Major

City Council President John J. Igliozzi, joined by other Council colleagues has sent an open letter urging Mayor Jorge Elorza to work with the...

Statement from Senior Deputy Majority Leader Nicholas J. Narducci Jr. Regarding Windmill Street School Fire

I was deeply disappointed to hear of the fire that took place at the Windmill Street School on Sunday which resulted in extensive damage to the...

Council President Igliozzi Statement Regarding the Appointment of Michael Stevens as Community Relations and Diversion Services Major

"The City Council strongly supports the creation of a Community Relations and Diversion Services Major position to build greater trust between our...

City Council Honors Servicemembers Killed During Afghanistan Evacuation Suicide Bombing

Last night, the Providence City Council honored the 13 U.S. service men and women members and 90 Afghans who lost their lives in a suicide bombing...

Council President John Igliozzi Statement on Saving the Superman Building

"The Superman Building is an icon of our city that has sadly been sitting vacant for eight years. All options should be explored to save this...

Council President Igliozzi & Councilwoman Ryan Commend Providence Police for Crackdown on ATVs

30 ATVs confiscated in just the last two weeks, since Igliozzi and Ryan called for enforcement of the City Council’s ATV ordinances City Council...

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