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Welcome to the Providence City Council website.

Here you will find information about the activities and initiatives of the legislative branch of Providence’s government. From Council meetings to neighborhood meetings, the members of the City Council are committed to taking action to improve the quality of life for every Providence resident.

Providence has vast cultural, artistic, and historical assets, which the Council seeks to enhance as we move forward, conducting the business of the people with integrity, transparency, and efficiency.

We encourage you to get involved in your community, and to make your voices heard by your elected officials on the Council. We are here to serve.

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City Council Majority Leader Terrence M. Hassett, Senior Deputy Majority Leader Joseph DeLuca, Deputy Majority Leader Leon Tejada, and Council members John J. Igliozzi, John J. Lombardi, Miguel Luna, Nicholas J. Narducci and Balbina A. Young today expressed their support for Internal Auditor James J. Lombardi, and the report he issued last week regarding the City’s financial stability. While the timing and motivation for the report had come under scrutiny by Mayor David N. Cicilline, the Council members said that they are “focused on the financial well-being of the City.”
 

Providence City Council President Peter S. Mancini, and Council members Luis A. Aponte, Kevin Jackson, Michael A. Solomon, and Clifford J. Wood expressed strong disapproval of the behavior of Internal Auditor James J. Lombardi and said Lombardi is compromising the integrity of the City Council. Council members took the action in response to the recent report released by Lombardi and Lombardi’s “reckless pattern” of using his office for political purposes.
 

Calls on Hotel Operator to Follow the Law and Comply with Court Order

Commission is seeking public comment as part of its study of Providence’s tax base
The Commission to Study Tax Exempt Institutions announced today that it will hold a public hearing at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, September 28th at City Hall. The commission, which was established last fall, is seeking feedback from the public on the many issues surrounding the impact of tax exempts in Providence.