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 March monthly meeting to help create a safer, cleaner neighborhood and a stronger community through cooperation with neighbors and partnerships with city and state departments.
Please join us for our April meeting which is focused on discussion of the Kids Zone at the Spring Cleanup and how to take first steps on school YouTube videos.
Please join us for this committee's first meeting where we will discuss the state's recent RFP process for reuse plans, planning an Armory community conversation, and our Operation Drill Hall initiative.
Spring cleaning time – neighborhood-style – at WBNA's 34th Annual Spring Cleanup. Make a great and visible impact on the neighborhood while getting to know your neighbors! Bonus points for adding some green to your clean.
If National Grid starts to replace gas mains in your neighborhood this spring, it may also try to move your existing gas meter from inside your basement to the exterior front of your home – all without much warning. Don't be caught off guard – know your rights.
At least 80 neighbors were in attendance at our town hall meeting to ask questions and hear directly from their State and City legislators. Questions were wide-ranging and covered topics such as the Community Safety Act, immigration and the status of John Hope Settlement House.
Be a Street Captain for the 2017 Spring Cleanup! Get to know your nearest neighbors by recruiting and organizing the cleanup on YOUR street. It's fun and easy – and we'll even throw a party for you!
The State of Rhode Island has announced a Request for Proposals for the development of reuse plans for the Cranston Street Armory that would include and reflect a community engagement process.
Our fun and inspiring 2017 Annual Meeting was a story-filled evening that celebrated the work of neighbors coming together to make the west side a better place for everyone.