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Mission Statement: East Providence Area Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business for our community.

We support economic growth, development and prosperity through our advocacy, public relations and member services.

Thank You!  2020 Premier Sponsors

SILVER SPONSORS

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Welcome New Chamber Members

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General Public Information

 
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Local Initiatives & Projects

Slide Presentation: Economic Development Update on City of East Providence

 

Presented by William Fazioli, director and Jim Moran, principal planner

 

City of East Providence - Planning and Economic Development Department

 

 

Presented at East Providence Area Chamber's Business During Hours

February 11, 2020

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Market Analysis Report for Riverside Square, RI

Read or download a copy here

In August 2016, the East Providence Area Chamber of Commerce and City of East Providence were awarded a $15K Working Cities Challenge (WCC) Grant from the Boston Federal Reserve Bank. A WCC Committee for East Providence was created to include community partners to focus on revitalizing the Riverside Square area of the City and to develop programs to benefit the low-moderate income and minority residents. 

On March 31, 2017, a grant application was submitted for financial assistance in implementing the WCC Committee's vision, based on the data gathered and input from residents and business community. Only three out of seven applicants from Rhode Island cities were selected. A grant was not awarded to East Providence. However, the East Providence Area Chamber, the City of East Providence and the WCC Committee continue to work on bringing their vision to life.

Local News Resources

RIEMA information about weather alerts, state

and national emergencies

 
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East Providence Area Chamber of Commerce

Laura A. McNamara, executive director

Address: 1011 Waterman Avenue

East Providence, Rhode Island 02914

Phone: 401.438.1212

Office Email: office@eastprovidenceareachamber.com

www.eastprovidenceareachamber.com

 

 

Policies, Terms and Conditions

 

If you prefer to place your order by telephone, please call the Chamber office at

(401) 438-1212 or fax your registration along with your credit card information to (401) 435-4581.

 

Privacy Policy

 

The East Providence Area Chamber of Commerce does not sell, share or trade any members/non-members private information.

 

No-Shows billed for Business During Hours: If a registrant is unable to attend a Business During Hours event and does not cancel within 24 hours of the event, they will be billed or charged for their registration. If a cancellation is made within 24 hours, they will be eligible for a refund or receive credit toward a future event. Registrants may also send someone else in their place, if they are unable to attend. Chamber Golf Outing and Annual Meeting & Dinner: Once registered, it the responsibility of the attendee to find a replacement if they are unable to participate. Refunds will not be given unless other arrangements have been made with the Chamber. Photographs are taken during chamber events. If you do not want to be photographed, please notify our office in writing 24 hours prior to the event.

 

The East Providence Area Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization

 

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New Member Promotion

Join the East Providence Area Chamber this month. Find out what your business has been missing. Plus, we are offering $525 in EXTRA Benefits. 

Thinking about becoming a member? Watch this short video and see how the East Providence Area Chamber helped a new, non-profit business get started and grow. Click on the TV.