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Community Conversations – Landlord Series

The Providence Housing Authority and a myriad of partners will host a series of community conversations with landlords in Providence during the month of October.

Conversations will focus on breaking down barriers to maintaining and leasing units.  On hand will be a host of special guests (Mayor Jorge Elorza, Councilwoman Nirva LaFortune, and representatives from the Veteran’s Administration just to name a few!) as well as the PHA’s Leased Housing staff who will briefly present information on the Housing Choice Voucher or Section 8 program.

Landlord Series Schedule

  • Tuesday, October 1st at 6pm – Co-hosted by the West Broadway Neighborhood Association (WBNA), Mayor Jorge Elorza  and Councilwoman Rachel Miller will be present to participate in the conversation. Location:  West Broadway Middle School at 29 Bainbridge Avenue, Providence in the cafeteria (entrance at far-left side of the building).
  • Thursday October 17th at 6pm – Co-hosted by the South Providence Neighborhood Association. Location: Community Center at 500 Broad Street, Providence.
  • Saturday October 19th at 10am – Co-hosted by Smith Hill Community Development Corporation. Location: The Providence College / Smith Hill Annex at 231 Douglas Avenue, Providence.
  • Tuesday, October 22nd at 6pm – Co-hosted by Councilwoman Nirva LaFortune (Ward 3), this session focuses on the East Side of the City. Location:  Providence Community Library Rochambeau Branch at 708 Hope Street, Providence in the Community Room.

Partners in our Community Conversations – Landlord SeriesConversations Landlord

  • Mayor Jorge Elorza
  • NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley
  • Providence City Council
  • Providence Human Relations Commission
  • Smith Hill Community Development Corporation
  • South Providence Neighborhood Association
  • The Annex at Providence College
  • U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs
  • West Broadway Neighborhood Association

To RSVP

RSVP online to let us know you plan to attend!

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