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).
We invite you to the House Tour Preview Party, taking place at the Patrick F. Hoye House, 232 Broadway. Enjoy one of Broadway’s exquisitely renovated grand homes at our annual fundraiser with local music and the finest in local food and beverage, including oysters!
On Saturday October 7, 2017, from 10am-4pm, fifteen houses are opening their doors to WBNA House Tour ticket holders. The self-guided tour explores the theme "From Vacant to Vibrant," and features homes and businesses on the streets of Knight, Brighton, Battey, Carpenter, and cobblestoned West Fountain.
Luongo Square enhancement project, bocce courts and chess in the park, and continued advocacy for a diverse and livable neighborhood – all our work is fueled by you. Check in on our year's Work Plan goals and projects, and help support our efforts by becoming a 2017 member today.
After hearing public testimony from west side neighbors, the Providence Historic District Commission (HDC) is requiring improvements to developers' plans for a proposed five story building at 1292 Westminster Street presented at last month's HDC meeting.
WBNA's summer performance series (July 20 & 27, and August 3) features family-friendly fun with children's music artist Lindsay Meehan, K.C. Moaners, Trinity Rep's bilingual premiere of Romeo + Juliet, and Karma Rocket, plus lots of kids activities and more.
Mixed-use development is what keeps a city vital and its commercial corridors relevant, thriving and at service to the people who live there. Read more about plans for 1292 Westminster Street and why it matters to the health of our community.
WBNA's collaboration with House of Hope to create a summer pilot outreach program in Dexter Training Ground has expanded to offer training to west side neighbors who wish to help assist individuals in the park who are homeless or housing insecure.