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).
Twenty-eight trees will be planted during this expansive planting from Knight to Tobey Streets, and VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED! No experience necessary, just a willingness to get your hands in some (clean) dirt. Starts at 20 Harrison Street.
Please join us for this committee's second meeting where we will discuss regular tours of the Armory, Armory swag/merchandise to raise awareness and funds, and upcoming events. All are welcome.
Come out to celebrate 14 years in the making of this special outdoor space at Luongo Square with a brief speaking program and ribbon-cutting followed by a ceremonial turning-on of the fountain for its first season.
The West Side Neighborhood-Wide Yard Sale has what you want, need and didn't even know you need. Come out for one of WBNA's funnest adventure/events that showcases the whole neighborhood.
Where are they now? A semi-quarterly update of CDC reviewed projects featuring Sin Bakery at 1413 Westminster Street, the former Lawton Storage building at 19 Harrison Street, and Pastaio at 9 Parade Street.
Our first Armory Advocacy Committee meeting welcomed attendees including Senator Jabour, and discussed the State's RFP process, planning for tours and a Community Conversation, and other initiatives to support the preservation and reuse of the Armory.
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.