City of Providence Seal PVD Rescue Plan

Budget Overview

Budget Overview

The City’s Rescue Plan Survey asked respondents to indicate their priorities from the following categories: Arts, Culture, and Tourism; Business and Economic Development; City Services and Infrastructure; Housing and Homelessness; Racial Equity; Sustainability; and Youth and Community Investments.

Building Resilient Neighborhoods

Youth and Family Broadband
$500,000

Providence Community Library
$1,500,000

Providence Public Library
$100,000

Providence Center
$152,559

COVID-19 Equities Program​
$10,000,000

Direct Relief to Providence Residents
$500,000

Justice Reform​
$1,687,152

Food Infrastructure Planning
$125,000

Food Security Grant Program​
$375,000

Elderly Services Supports​
$260,315

Grants to Community Centers
$600,003

Hardest Hit Community Organizations​
$300,000

Cranston Street Armory Investments
$1,000,000

City Services & Infrastructure

Roger Williams Park Gateway
$4,000,000

Street Sweeping and Sewer Repair
$3,000,000

Cybersecurity and Information Technology Investments
$1,500,000

Parks and Recreation Capital Investment​
$3,500,000

Downtown Open Spaces
$950,320

Stormwater and Sewer Repair
$3,000,000

Capital Investment in Recreation Centers
$5,050,000

Revenue Recovery
$56,153,790

India Point Resiliency
$3,000,000

Equipment/ Parking Meter Replacement
$1,000,000

Neighborhood Infrastructure Fund
$6,148,826

Merino Park/WRWC Investments
$1,000,000

Youth and Education

Summer Camp for Providence Residents
$600,000

Summer Jobs for Providence Youth
$1,000,000

Pre-K and Early Learning Infrastructure
$1,500,000

Mentoring Program
$1,100,000

Non-Violence Training
$500,000

Year-round Youth Jobs
$1,000,000

Anti-Violence Investments​
$2,000,000

Providence Talks Early Learning Intervention, Federal Hill House​
$283,000

Economic Opportunity

Relief for Small Business in Providence
$851,174

Arts, Culture, and Special Events Support​
$874,327

Public Art to Encourage Tourism
$703,807

Tourism Marketing​
$700,000

Providence-Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau​
$600,000

PVDFest Producing Partner, FirstWorks​
$275,000

WaterFire, Inc
$300,000

Cultural Facilities
$2,500,000

Shared Use Infrastructure Grant Program
$202,617

Housing

Homelessness Intervention
$500,000

Affordable Housing Development
(PRA Transfer)​
$27,226,239

Home Repair Program
$3,000,000

Affordable & Alternative Housing Programming​
$500,000

Emergency Housing Solutions
$3,774,410

Expand Rapid Rehousing
$1,225,590

Eviction Defense
(Right to Counsel)​
$1,200,000

Permanent Supportive Housing
(PRA Transfer)
$2,000,000

Facilities Development Program
(PRA Transfer)​
$2,600,000

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