It. Is. Hot.
There is no challenge we cannot overcome when we come together as a community. So to everyone who lives, works and does business in Providence – thank you.
Providence schools closed on Monday, parking bans starts at 12:01am Monday, trash/recycling collection delayed one day.
Introduced by Ward 13 Council member Bryan Principe, the ordinance change would allow the Department of Public Works to clear un-passable sidewalks and then bill the abutting land owners for the cost of the work. It would also allow the city to levy a fine for each day a sidewalk remains unshoveled, instead of only a one-time charge.
Karen McHugh, a 51-year-old Seekonk resident was struck and killed by a hit & run driver on Friday night as she was walking along the road near her home.
Citywide Parking Ban in Effect at 2AM – Garbage and Recycling Collection on Holiday Schedule
Providence Downtown Improvement District clean + safe team (aka the Yellow Jackets) clearing sidewalks downtown. Thanks guys!
Don’t put the snow on the sidewalks either.
Ahead of a winter storm that is forecast to begin Monday afternoon and intensify to blizzard conditions through Monday night and in to Tuesday, Mayor Jorge O. Elorza is announcing a series of preparations to ensure public safety.
All regular RIPTA buses and trolleys, but excluding special services, will be free on Wednesday, August 27th , 2014.
Wow, it is really snowing out there.
More snow, more parking bans and don’t forget to shovel your sidewalks.
Providence snow. Parking ban at midnight, no school or trash/recycling collection on February 5th.
Another week with a holiday and a snowstorm throws the waste collection schedule into disarray. Here’s the updated collection schdule from the City (note: normal collection days are impacted this week and next).
Photos taken yesterday; the Broadway set around 10am, everything else after 3pm.
Providence Public Schools Closed Tomorrow, Jan. 3 – Parking Ban Begins at Midnight. Residents urged to exercise caution during frigid conditions.
In preparation for a snowstorm that is forecast to begin late this afternoon and peak in intensity this evening, Mayor Angel Taveras has declared a citywide parking ban beginning at 9PM tonight, Saturday, December 14. The parking ban will remain in effect until further notice.