Ward 6

Councilman Michael Correia

Councilman Michael Correia has been a member of City Council since 2011. He represents the Ward 6, which includes the neighborhoods of Manton and Mount Pleasant. Councilman Correia serves as Chairman of the Committee on Public Works; Vice Chairman of the Committee on Urban Redevelopment, Renewal, and Planning; and is a member of the Committee on Claims and Pending Suits.



Ward 6: Manton & Mount Pleasant

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Cracksealing to Take Place in Ward Six Tonight (Weather Permitting)

Ward Six Councilman, Michael Correia, announces that Cracksealing will take place tonight, October 22, 2018 on Chalkstone Avenue from Academy Avenue to River Avenue.  Please expect delays.

“Cracksealing is an important part of our road infrastructure planning,” said Councilman Michael Correia. “We appreciate the hard work the men and women of the Department of Public Works does every day, and I’m glad that I could earmark funds to ensure that our Ward Six streets get attention.”

Cracksealing to Take Take Place in Ward Six Beginning October 21

Ward Six Councilman, Michael Correia, announces that Cracksealing will begin Sunday night, October 21, 2018 on Chalkstone Avenue and ending at River Avenue.  Please expect delays.

“I meet with constituents every day, and the one thing that I hear over and over is about the state of our roads in Providence,” stated Councilman Michael Correia.  “I’m very happy to have earmarked some of my Neighborhood Infrastructure Funds to care for Ward Six roadways.”

Councilman Michael Correia Announces 2018-2019 Ward 6 Improvements

Ward Six Councilman Michael Correia has announced his plans for neighborhood improvements using his Neighborhood Infrastructure Funding (NIF).  Through the NIF program, every Councilor is awarded $100,000.00 in the City’s budget to spend on brick and mortar projects in their respective neighborhoods.

“I meet with constituents every day at coffee shops, on the street, or just walking through the neighborhood who have great ideas for improvements for our neighborhood,” stated Councilman Michael Correia.  “I take those ideas and concerns and try and find solutions.  Sometimes, the solution can be found in a current city program or by working with a specific city department. Sometimes, the only solution is to find funding for these community improvements, and the NIF Funding allows us Councilors to make real-time improvements in our neighborhoods. I believe my plan for neighborhood improvements will enhance the quality of life for all who live here and do business here.”

Councilman Correia’s planned improvements will include:

• Pedestrian Blinking Light at Academy Avenue near the Blessed Sacrament Church.
• New Trash and Recycling Barrels to be placed in the Academy Ave. Business District.
•Sidewalk repairs in the Academy Avenue Business District.
• Neighborhood tree planting – which will include 40 trees throughout Ward Six.
• Atwells Avenue & Manton Avenue plaza improvements which will include a welcome sign, bench, and trash and recycling barrels.
• Academy Avenue & Chalkstone Avenue “Welcome to the Neighborhood” sign.
• Manton Heights Security Camera upgrades.

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