Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today joined Councilman David Salvatore (Ward 14), Providence Police Chief Colonel Hugh T. Clements, Jr., Providence Streets Coalition Organizer Liza Burkin and community members to sign the Green and Complete Streets Ordinance, making safe, clean, healthy, inclusive, and vibrant streets the default in road design rather than the exception. Providence leaders also urged public adherence to road safety after several recent traffic incidents.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today joined Providence City Council President John Igliozzi (ward 7), Providence Foundation Executive Director Cliff Wood, Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce President Laurie White, Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council (RIPEC) President and CEO Michael DiBiase to announce a pension working group to consider and recommend a comprehensive proposal to address Providence’s structural financial challenges, including the risks and benefits of a Pension Obligation Bond and any additional avenues for structural reform.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today joined Councilwoman Nirva LaFortune (Ward 3), Tiffney Davidson-Parker President and COO of The Providence Center, Sarah Kelly-Palmer, Vice President of Family Service of Rhode Island, Overdose Prevention Program Director of Project Weber/Renew Dennis Bailer, Director of Healthy Communities Laurie Moïse Sears, Commissioner of Providence Public Safety Steven M. Paré, Providence Police Chief Colonel Hugh Clements and community members to announce an engagement with The Providence Center and Family Service of Rhode Island to analyze the city's current emergency response systems and develop recommendations for the design of a Behavioral Health Crisis Response Program following an open Request for Proposals earlier this year.
The City of Providence today announced the return of Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2021 Summer Pops in the Park Concert, “A Tribute to the Human Spirit,” at the Roger Williams Park Temple of Music on Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 7:00pm, with a rain date of August 5, 2021. The concert is free and open to the public. Pops in the Park was cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic.
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