City of Providence

City of Providence
City of Providence is listed in the Government Services category in Providence, Rhode Island. Displayed below are the social networks for City of Providence which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of City of Providence on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 85.

Contact information for City of Providence is:
379 Washington St
Providence, RI 02903
(401) 456-0686

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City of Providence has an overall ZapScore of 85. This means that City of Providence has a higher ZapScore than 85% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Providence, Rhode Island is 33 and in the Government Services category is 31. Learn more about ZapScore.

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RT @BrownandProv: Brown will conduct a routine test of its emergency siren on Tues, Sept 19 at noon. This is only a test and no action is n…

Don't miss tomorrow's conversation about public art here in #PVD with @ProvidenceACT more info here:…

Proud to stand with leaders from across US to #ProtectDreamers #WeAreAllDreamers

City of Providence shared Providence, RI Emergency Management Agency - PEMA's post.
#Providence has been added to the Tropical Storm Warning for TS Jose. Expect sustained winds around 40 MPH with greater gusts. For more preparedness tips click here:
What is Preparedness? Preparedness is a state of readiness. Although we can’t be prepared for every eventuality, it is a good idea to be ready for as many situations as possible. The first step in the preparedness process is to figure out the most likely threats to affect you and your family. These…

RT @PEMA591: #Providence has been added to the tropical storm warning. Please expect sustained winds around 40 mph with gusts exceeding tha…

Be prepared for anything that #HurricaneJose could bring to the #PVD area with @PEMA591 tips. More info at:

City of Providence shared a link.
“The issues we face around homelessness are not unique to Providence. They are complex and multifaceted, but by coming together as community, we have the opportunity to make lasting change.”– Mayor Jorge O. ElorzaPVD Gives raises funds for local organizations that provide housing and services to tho...

City of Providence shared Providence, RI Emergency Management Agency - PEMA's event.
September is Preparedness Month and PEMA is hosting a free Touch-A-Truck event for all to attend. There will be Police cars, Fire trucks, SWAT vehicles, a National Grid vehicle, and many more. There will also be demonstrations by the RI Canine Search and Rescue K9's and the PEMA amatuer radio team. Free preparedness items will be provided for the children!
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City of Providence shared Providence Police Department's video.
Our officers go above and beyond the call of duty each day and we are continually focused on building relationships within our community. With every call that comes in, we view it as an opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of residents. We are here to help, to serve and to protect the quality of life of the people of Providence. Keep an eye out here on our facebook for profiles on our amazing officers and be sure to say hello if you see them around #PVD.

City of Providence shared Jorge Elorza's video.
In Providence, we are #AllIn for education, which is evident by the enthusiasm and community participation we saw at the All In: Providence Education Summit. Throughout the event and in the months after, we have seen a true citywide commitment to supporting our students. It's through continued community and stakeholder input that we will transform Providence into one of the top performing urban districts in the country. Thank you to all who participated in this important discussion. To read the full report please visit: