West Broadway Neighborhood Association organizes neighbors and businesses on the West Side of Providence to preserve and promote our diverse, historic, urban community as a safe, vibrant, and sustainable place to be SWELL
(Shop, Work, Eat, Live, and Learn locally).
Please join our first NACW meeting of 2017 to help create a safer, cleaner neighborhood and a stronger community through cooperation with neighbors and partnerships with city and state departments.
Our Annual Meeting is part celebration, part anticipation with lots of neighborly good feelings mixed in. Please come mingle with your neighbors, elected officials and our new board members while enjoying the Southside Cultural Center and our special program that kicks off our 2017 theme, "One West Side."
Begun as a way to counter low spirits during a bad economy, West Side Caroling has become a west side tradition for young and old, families and singles, hipsters and squares.
Where are they now? A semi-quarterly update of CDC reviewed projects featuring Luongo Memorial Square, Sin Bakery, the former L & L Service Station and WBNA's very own headquarters.
Early childhood education is crucial for success in a child's life, but not every child enters kindergarten with school-ready skills. Learn about west side nonprofit Inspiring Minds' innovative new program that puts community volunteers in the classroom to help local kindergartners thrive.
It's simple: SIGN THE PETITION and letter to Governor Raimondo asking her to be both safe and innovative in the State's approach to rebuilding the 6-10, and DONATE to the Fix the 6-10's Action Campaign that will allow us to advocate most effectively when needed!
WBNA Community Development Committee opposes the proposal for a Best Western Glo Hotel at 322 Washington Street citing inadequate adherence to urban design standards, a lack of fit with the neighborhood, and significant concerns about the development's negative impact on traffic.