For over three decades, West Broadway Neighborhood Association has been fueling community among neighbors and driving neighborhood improvements. When we’ve come together as neighbors, we’ve accomplished great things.
To this day, WBNA remains people powered.
We invite and even urge you to take part – as an active participant, as a volunteer and as a member. While our challenges over the years have changed, the need to come together and collectively find solutions continues.
Your voice matters. JOIN US for our monthly Neighborhood Nights series from 6 to 8pm! This community gathering features topics that matter to you including our Conversation with Elected Officials, neighborhood affordability, Route 6/10 updates, the Cranston Street Armory, and more. Open to everyone, with free pizza, childcare and Spanish interpretation.
Your participation is invaluable. TAKE PART in community building events like the 36th Annual WBNA Spring Clean-Up & Cookout on Saturday, April 27 at 9am. Come together with neighbors to clean our streets and parks throughout Federal Hill and the West End.
We can’t thrive without your support. BECOME A MEMBER. Membership at any level ensures that we as neighbors continue to have “a place at the table” about issues that are closest to home.
Throughout 2018, WBNA brought a collective voice to the city and state, and catalyzed improvements that benefited all neighbors. Your support will help ensure this work continues in 2019. See below the impact WBNA members had in 2018!
MEMBER IMPACT 2018
Brought neighbors together to talk about important local issues
WBNA’s monthly Neighborhood Nights
Partnered with City to plan park improvements
New “tot lot,” volleyball court and more coming soon to Dexter Training Ground
Provided forum for ongoing discussions about neighborhood diversity
Community/Comunidad 1 Committee
Strengthened community through free annual events
WBNA Spring Cleanup & BBQ, Neighborhood-Wide Yard Sale, & West Side Thursdays
Advocated for civic re-use of the Armory
Hosted two public forums for the Cranston Street Armory with the State of Rhode Island
Championed community voice on neighborhood development projects
Community Development Committee
Supported outreach to individuals who are homeless and housing insecure
Partnership with House of Hope CDC
Helped neighbors in need
Live Local, Give Local Neighborhood Giving Campaign doubled its impact from last year
Learned neighbors’ top concerns during listening campaign
Door to door outreach and surveys helped inform WBNA’s new Five Year Plan