Ward 4

Councilman Nicholas J. Narducci Jr.

Councilman Nicholas Narducci has been a member of City Council since 2006. He currently serves as the Senior Deputy Majority Leader and represents the North End of Providence. Currently, he serves as Vice Chairman of the Committee on Claims and Pending Suits. The Councilman is a life-long resident of Providence. He was born and raised in the North End, and still lives there with his wife, Valerie.

Councilman Narducci’s mailing address is:
20 Dorothy Avenue
Providence, RI 02904



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Statement from Senior Deputy Majority Leader Nicholas J. Narducci Jr.

Statement Regarding Friday’s Shooting on Douglas Avenue:

 I want to thank the Providence Police Department, especially the officer that was shot in the line of duty, for their dedication and bravery. They handled Friday’s shooting with professionalism, and that should be commended.

However, this event should have never happened. It is disturbing to my neighbors and me that the accused young man, who was out on bail from another weapons charge, was able to access a firearm. If he was alleged to be dangerous – why was he released on bond?  If someone has a track record of being a violent offender, which this young man is alleged to have, why was he released?  And at the very least, why was he not released on home confinement and monitored? These questions need to be answered. This is another occasion where our court system has failed us again.

I encourage our State leaders to look into stronger penalties when it comes to weapons charges. We need to act now.

Nicholas J. Narducci Jr., Senior Deputy Majority Leader – Providence City Council – Councilman, Ward 4


Statement from City Council President and the Council Leadership Team

Statement from City Council President Sabina Matos and the City Council Leadership Team Regarding the States’ Takeover of the Providence City School District:

In the aftermath of the Providence Public School District Community Forums and on the eve of a state takeover of our public school district, the City Council remains committed to playing a collaborative role in our children’s educational future.

We look forward to the opportunity to work in partnership with RIDE and to help foster solutions that will improve educational outcomes for our kids.

Despite the Mayor not being communicative or transparent with the Council in these preliminary stages of this process, we remain unwavering in our shared responsibilities to provide students with safer and cleaner school buildings, a more relevant and rigorous curriculum, and a quality of education that sets them up for success.

Council President Sabina Matos

Council President Pro Tempore Michael Correia

Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan

Senior Deputy Majority Leader Nicholas J. Narducci Jr.

Deputy Majority Leader Mary Kay Harris

Majority Whip John J. Igliozzi, Esq.

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