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It’s time to draw the lines, Revere!

This month, we’re receiving our 2020 Census data. With this data, there are a number of outcomes, including reprecincting and redistricting. Now is the time where local and state officials examine 2020 Census data to redraw precincts and districts - as populations and demographics change, wards and precincts must account for that. Precincts are designed for fair representation - now you have the power to advocate for your neighborhoods and your personal communities. 

We have officially launched our Redrawing Revere Public Input page to get your input. Use this page to tell us about your community. Show us where your community lives, describe who they are, and tell us why the power of their vote will be stronger together!

News from Mayor Arrigo

MBTA and City of Revere Announce Start of Southbound AM Peak Bus Lane Pilot on Broadway, First-ever Bus Lane in The City, To Improve Commutes for Thousands of Essential Workers
Collaborative effort between the MBTA and the City of Revere aims to improve bus speed and reliability for Bus Routes 110, 116, 117, and 411, benefiting more than 12,000 bus riders daily, as a part of the region’s COVID-19 transportation response.
Mayor Arrigo Launches Community Engagement Survey For Use of American Rescue Plan Act Federal Funding
Residents have ability to provide feedback on how ARPA money should be spent in an online engagement tool
Bill Guinasso is October’s Public Servant of the Month
Bill Guinasso pictured with his wife Christine, son AJ, and daughter Emily Q:…

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