Reader photos from last winter submitted to our Flickr Group.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today announced an aggressive citywide street sweeping program that will begin on Sunday, April 5.
Residents are encouraged to report potholes to the Mayor’s Office by calling 401-421-2489 or through the ProvConnex website and mobile app. Reports help City find areas that need prioritization and inform the prioritization process.
Superman Building, snow, Biltmore at night, and more in today’s GC: Photos.
The State House, the East Side, and more in the snow in today’s GC: Photos.
Skating Season at the Bank of America City Center in Kennedy Plaza starts November 21st. For details visit KennedyPlaza.org.
Spring, winter, Brown, J&W, and more in today’s GC: Photos.
Snow from last week (remember that?) in today’s GC:Photos.
Parking “equity,” sidewalk toilets, snowplows, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Among other items, the 195 Commission will be discussing snow removal at their January 25th meeting.
More snow, only a little ranting.
Some northern cities can deal with snow for all modes of travel.
Aerial tramways, neighborhood names, and more in today’s News & Notes.
News & Notes.
The Belgian Pavers (aka cobblestones) are showing through the pot holes on Chestnut Street in the Jewelry District. I wonder if there are any long lost streetcar tracks down there somewhere.
We’ve had a whole bunch of photos shared in our Flickr Group lately, so let’s catch up with some: Photo © Ken Zirkel Photo © lumpyoatmeal330 Photo © lumpyoatmeal330 Photo (cc) provbenson2009
A group of Providence cyclists have created a public map to document pot holes around the city. Visit the map page to add your own pot holes to the map. View The Providence Pot Holes Project in a larger map
This is what we need for the sidewalks: