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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

Providence Committee on Finance -Thursday, July 9, 2020

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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 Senior Deputy Majority Leader Nicholas J. Narducci Jr. Regarding the Providence Police Department

I fully understand that we are living in extraordinary times; I don’t believe any person should be forced to the ground and have a knee held to...

Conley Stadium Receives Major Upgrade and Nears Completion

Conley Stadium is returning to its glory days thanks to Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan (Ward 5) who secured precious CDBG and CIP Dollars for this...

Council President Sabina Matos Proposes Resolution Urging Expansion of Police Officer Education

At tonight’s City Council Meeting, Council President Sabina Matos (Ward 15) proposed a resolution urging the Rhode Island General Assembly to expand...

Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan Calls for Continuing Education Requirements For the Providence Police Department

City Council Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan (Ward 5) tonight introduced a resolution requesting continuing education requirements for Providence police...

Council Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan to Introduce Two Resolutions to Support Making Public Education A Priority in Rhode Island

At tonight’s City Council meeting Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan (Ward 5) will introduce two resolutions calling for the City Council to endorse the...

Deputy Majority Leader Mary Kay Harris Congratulates Ward 11 Recipients of Council Micro-Loan

Ricky Bernard and Marcia Ricketts, owners of The Island House Restaurant at 242 Broad St have been in the restaurant business for over 15 years....

City Council Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan Will Introduce Resolutions Calling for the Renaming of Obadiah Brown Road and Obadiah Brown Field

Tomorrow, Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan (Ward 5) will be introducing two resolutions to rename Obadiah Brown Road and Obadiah Brown Field after former...

Ward 11 Community Members are Named Providence Business News 40 Under 40

Congratulations to Dr. Eugenio Fernandez Jr. owner of Asthenis Pharmacy and Dwayne Keys of Compass Working Capital for being named to Providence...

City Council’s URRP Committee Approves Renaming the Providence Pedestrian Bridge in Memory of Michael S. Van Leesten

Providence City Council’s Committee on Urban Redevelopment, Renewal, and Planning Today Voted to Rename the Providence Pedestrian Bridge in Memory...

Councilman John Goncalves and Community Partners Announce “Produce in The Park”

The Partnership for Providence Parks, Friends of Cabral Park, iPROV Fellow Eleanor Pereboom and Councilman Goncalves Create Food Share Partnership...

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