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Our city is composed of diverse neighborhoods

full of hard work, compassion, and good will.  No matter where you’re from, if you live by these values, you too will find a home in our City of Neighborhoods.

– Sabina Matos
City Council President

City Council As A Whole- Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 4:30 PM

City Council Meeting- Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 5:30 PM

Meet Your Council

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

Statement from Councilman David Salvatore Regarding Last Night’s Violence in Providence

Last night we bore witness to violent attacks against our beloved Providence and every member of our community. The grief that so many are feeling...

Statement from Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan on the George Floyd Tragedy & the Unfortunate Events of Last Night

Like you, my thoughts have been heavy as we watched the tragedy of George Floyd's death. This past weekend we saw members of our community...

Statement from Council President Pro Tempore Michael Correia Regarding Last Night’s Events in the City of Providence

I want to thank our brave men and women of the Providence Police Department, the Rhode Island State Police, the Massachusetts State Police, and the...

Statement from Senior Deputy Majority Leader Nicholas J. Narducci Jr. Regarding the Violence in Providence Last Night

The pain that many in our community are feeling at the senseless death of George Floyd is not only understandable but is yet another reflection of...

Statement from Council President Sabina Matos Regarding the Outbreak of Violence Last Night in the City of Providence

The chaos that ensued last night was not promulgated by our community. These weren’t our usual neighborhood organizers who descended onto our...

Statement from Council President Sabina Matos on the Tragic Death of George Floyd

As a Black-Latina Immigrant, instances of prejudice and racism are not unfamiliar to me. Yet, the experience of the African American community in...

Chairman John J. Igliozzi Esq. of the Council’s Committee on Finance Has Called a Meeting for Monday, June 1 at 5 PM to Discuss the City’s Plan to Reopen

City Council Majority Whip and Chairman of the Committee on Finance John J. Igliozzi, Esq. (Ward 7) has called for a meeting of the Committee on...

Committee on Ordinances Chairwoman Jo-Ann Ryan Tonight Announces Four Public Hearings

At tonight’s Committee on Ordinances meeting chaired by Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan (Ward 5) the Committee voted to schedule several public hearings...

RI State Supreme Court Upholds Majority Leader Ryan’s Student Housing Ordinance to Limit Number of Students Living in Single-Family Rental Homes

The Rhode Island State Supreme Court today upheld the 2018 ruling by the State Superior Court, regarding an amendment to the Providence zoning...

Providence’s Internal Auditor Hires Former State Auditor General to Advise the City Council and its Members on the Proposed FY ’21 Providence Budget

Today, the City of Providence Board of Contract and Supply approved the hiring of Ernest Almonte, Rhode Island’s former Auditor General, to advise...

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