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    Search, download and develop using our civic data portal.

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    Track agendas, minutes and recordings of public meetings and events.

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    Better understanding the city's budget and where dollars are being allocated.

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    Explore the city's expenditures in greater detail.

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    GIS & Maps

    Visualize city and census data with interactive maps.

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    Providence Capital Infrastructure Investments

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

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    View public filings of the City's elected officials.

City of Providence Initiatives

Vaccinate PVD

The City of Providence is currently booking available appointments for upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics in Providence. Appointments are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. Vaccines are available to anyone regardless of immigration status. Additionally, they are offered at no cost and no insurance is required. Learn about upcoming clinics here!

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EAT PLAY LEARN PVD is a nationally recognized initiative that provides our kids and families with access to healthy food, outdoor play, skill-building, and creative engagement all summer long!

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PVD Rescue Plan

Over the next three years, Providence will receive $166 million dollars from the U.S. Treasury to make a historic, transformative investment 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 A Matter of Truth

In March 2021, Mayor Elorza joined local historians and community members to announce the African American Ambassadors Group (AAAG) Truth-Telling report: A Matter of Truth. The report includes a comprehensive analysis of the role of the City of Providence and State of Rhode Island in supporting a “separate and unequal” existence for African heritage, Indigenous, and people of color.

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