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E-Permitting Is Now Live in the Building Department!

You can now apply for a Building, Plumbing, Gas, or Electrical Permit, a Certificate of Occupancy, or for Site Plan Review through CitizenServe, the City of Revere's online permitting system. Follow this link to download or print instructions to create an account and apply for your permit or Site Plan Review: Instructions to apply for permit or Site Plan Review.

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Summer 2018 with Revere Parks & Recreation

To our fellow residents, the summer of 2018 marks yet another exciting season with the City of Revere’s Parks & Recreation Department; even after what turned out to be a tremendous 2017, this could be our best summer yet.

Mayor Arrigo Announces Fee Waiver for Trash Removal

Residents who incurred damage to personal property as a result of flooding that occurred after the March 2nd rain storm can obtain up to eight free stickers for the curbside removal

Summer Youth Job Application Now Available

As part of the Mayor's Summer Youth Program, the City of Revere is now accepting applications from middle school, high school and college students age 15-21 (as of May 1) who are seeking summer employment experience with the City of Revere

Mayor Arrigo announces $225,000 Gibson Park grant

This week, Mayor Brian M. Arrigo was informed that the City of Revere will receive $225,556 in grant money focusing on improvements to Gibson Park

City of Revere launches MBTA Youth Pass program for young adults

Mayor Brian Arrigo announced on Tuesday that the City of Revere has partnered with the MBTA to launch a Youth Pass program, designed to help connect low- and moderate-income young adults to job and educational opportunities.

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Revere Signs Sister City Agreement With Date, Fukushima, Japan

On Tuesday, August 2, 2016, Mayor Brian Arrigo signed a Sister City agreement with Mayor Shoji Nishida of Date, Fukushima. The agreement formalizes a relationship dating back to 1993, when an exchange program began between American students from Revere and Japanese students from Date.

Click here for more information about our Sister City.

City Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service

The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.

To sign up, please click here.

Citywide Water Meter Replacement Program

Beginning in September 2015, the Revere Department of Public Works started a 2 year-long City-wide water meter replacement program. All residences and many businesses will have an all-electronic meter installed, which is the iPERL meter as manufactured by Sensus. These will be equipped with electronic registers that will be wired to a radio to be installed on the outside of the house or business.

For more information click here. *To view a video describing the installation process, click here.*