The WBNA 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).
West Side Parks Committee Meeting will review summer activities including parks inspections, and will also discuss fall initiatives.
Part of our House Tour Weekend, the Preview Party features an open bar, oysters, local food from neighborhood favorites, and live music from Miss Wensday!
Explore a special selection of cottages and little houses nestled into the courts and hidden streets of the Armory District. Enjoy a rare opportunity to see inside these homes while supporting WBNA's largest fundraiser!
A Graffiti Cleanup day sponsored by neighbor-owned PuroClean. If you are a neighbor in need of graffiti removal, learn how to sign up for this valuable opportunity.
The stakes are too high to push through an expensive, antiquated and economy-squelching rebuild of Route 6-10 that Rhode Islanders will be stuck with for another half century. Please join this urgent discussion about the 6-10's reconstruction that will impact our community for decades to come!
WBNA’s Neighborhood Action/Crime Watch Committee first ever meeting on the street was held at Major Park on Ellery Street and started with a park clean-up.
The WBNA's first 2016 west side parks inspection took place at Dexter Training Ground during the West Side Parks Committee's May meeting. Read about the results and how PVD311 has been effective already in addressing park issues!
WBNA collaborates with House of Hope to create a 2016 pilot summer outreach program in Dexter Training Ground to assist individuals who are homeless or housing insecure.
Principal Bill Black of West Broadway Middle School was awarded Rhode Island Outstanding First Year Principal last week. Congratulations to Bill and the entire staff at West Broadway Middle School for the work and achievements they have accomplished in such a short time!