Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today joined members of the Providence City Council, Healthy Communities Director Ellen Cynar, elected, public health and safety officials from across New England, program participants, as well as community partners at Messer Street Fire Station to announce Providence Safe Stations’ 100th visit and award Providence State Opioid Response funds to address opioid overdoses in Providence.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and the Providence Department of Planning and Development unveiled today a draft master plan for the Providence Great Streets Initiative, which will guide the City’s efforts to ensure every street in Providence is safe, clean, healthy, inclusive and vibrant for everyone.
PVDFest has released the following logistic, safety, and transportation information for community members and visitors. For more information on festival programming and scheduling, visit www.pvdfest.com.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and Director of Sustainability Leah Bamberger today announced the release of the City of Providence’s first annual RePowerPVD report that highlights the successes of a voluntary energy reduction program for large buildings throughout the capital city.
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