Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today announced a new Acts of Kindness portal to receive submissions citywide to better support and spread kindness in Providence.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza recently announced the City is accepting applications for the 2020 Mayoral Fellowship Program. The competitive program, sponsored by Cox Charities for over a decade, offers recent graduates and students the opportunity to gain meaningful experiences in city government by working on high-impact projects in varying departments across the city.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today delivered his annual State of the City address in the Providence City Council Chambers. Introducing a new era of Providence, Mayor Elorza presented a vision where residents receive best-in-class city services, businesses are flourishing and recent investments in infrastructure have built a strong city from the ground up. The Mayor reaffirmed his commitment to being a city that works for every resident with meaningful investments that will provide future generations with a better connected, innovative and resilient city.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza joined City Council President Sabina Matos, members of the Providence City Council, faith leaders and community members to induct State House 11th District Representative Grace Diaz, Trinity Repertory Theater Coordinator of Activism Through Performance and Resident Acting Company Member Joe Wilson, Jr. and President of the Silver Lake/Olneyville Little League Richard Hemphill to the City’s MLK Hall of Fame.
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