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E-Permitting Is Now Live in the Building Department!

Bulky Item Pickup is now live in the City's online permitting system. See More Information and Instructions.

You can apply for Building Department and Site Plan Review permits through CitizenServe, the City of Revere's online permitting system. Instructions.

You can also apply online for a Yard Sale Permit, a temporary Dumpster/Pod Permit, or a Driveway Curb Cut. Approved Drain Layers can apply for a Street Opening Permit.

For help with the new system call 3-1-1 (781-286-8311).

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Mayor Arrigo Announces City Treasury Online - A Monthly, Public Report of Revere Revenues

Today, Mayor Brian Arrigo announced that the City of Revere will establish, City Treasury Online, by publishing monthly revenue reports at Revere.org creating a more transparent government. Currently, the treasury reports are produced monthly by the Office of the Treasurer and delivered to the city council - the reports show a line by line accounting of city revenue receipts by department for each month.

Citywide Job Fair Expected to Attract 60 Employers

Mayor Brian Arrigo has coordinated with the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development Rapid Response team to present a city-wide Job Fair, which will be held August 22 in conjunction with a Job Fair organized for the benefit of employees displaced by the closure of the Necco plant last month.

$1.1M Homeland Security Grant Will Boost Fire Department Ranks

Mayor Brian M. Arrigo announced this week that the Revere Fire Department has been awarded a $1.1 Million SAFER Grant by the U.S. Department Homeland Security.

Necco Closing Stuns Revere/ NECCO EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY LIST

News that its new owners abruptly closed the Necco candy manufacturing plant Tuesday both surprised and disappointed Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo.

First Phase of Rodent Control Program a Success

Over 560 property owners responded to Phase One of the City's intensified effort to control rodent infestation in the past three weeks.

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