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    View the City's planned and completed improvements to Providence’s public infrastructure.

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City of Providence Initiatives

City of Providence Formally Apologizes

On August 25, 2022, Mayor Elorza signed an Executive Order constituting a formal municipal apology for African enslavement, urban renewal policies and practices and acknowledgment of harms to African Heritage and Indigenous communities caused by racial discrimination.

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A campaign to redefine how people experience our world-class creative community, unique neighborhoods, rich cultural life, and all our local economy has to offer.

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PVD Rescue Plan

Providence has received $166 million dollars from the U.S. Treasury to make a catalytic investments in our City’s future. Rescue Plan funds can be used to respond to the COVID-19 public health emergency or its negative economic impacts. Learn how you can apply for funding opportunities or engage in the City's Rescue Plan here.

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Read The Providence Reparations Commission Report

On August 22, 2022, the City received a detailed report from the Providence Municipal Reparations Commission outlining the Commission’s findings, including a series of recommendations to advance reparations, defined by the Commission as “closing the present-day racial wealth and equity gap.” The report follows two years of engagement driven by Mayor Elorza’s community-driven Executive Order committing the City to a process of Truth, Reconciliation, and municipal Reparations for Black, Indigenous People, and other People of Color. Read the report here.

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