The Providence City Council serves as a link between the citizens of Providence and their municipal government. Councilors help constituents by connecting them to resources, services, and City departments. They serve as advocates for all Providence residents.
2019 Property Revaluation
April 11, 2019
Leader Ryan’s Plastic Bag Reduction Act Passes Full Council
April 23, 2019
City Council Passes Resolution Urging National Grid to Repair City Streets and Sidewalks
March 22, 2019
Students from Community Prep Visit Council Exhibit
March 13, 2019
Statement from Council President Sabina Matos
February 22, 2019
Providence City Council Elects Shawn Selleck as City Clerk
February 21, 2019
Ward 15 is located on the Southwest end of the city and covers the neighborhoods of Olneyville, Valley, and portions of Silver Lake.
Councilwoman Sabina Matos
Sabina Matos was first elected to the Providence City Council in 2010, and was re-elected in 2018. She currently serves as Council President and represents Ward 15, which includes Olneyville as well as parts of the Silver Lake and Valley neighborhoods. In 2015, Matos became the first Latina elected as Council President Pro Tempore and President in Providence’s history.
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