The Water Billing and Engineering Office are now located at the DPW Yard, 319 Charger Street. 


To better serve Revere residents, City Hall opens at 8 AM, extended hours until 7 PM on Mondays and Wednesdays, and is closed on Fridays.

Revere Public Arts Commission

Mission Statement

The mission of the Revere Public Arts Commission is supporting, expanding, and building a vibrant arts community for Revere’s past, present, and future. 

Vision Statement 

We envision a city where the arts are thriving and the community is engaged by uniting, and creating an arts and cultural awareness.

Opportunities for Artists

This spring, New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) are excited to share a new professional development resource with artists in New England who are interested in strengthening the business side of their artistic practice. We recognize that for public artists, just as much as any creatives, tending to the administrative details and navigating the business aspects of your creative practice can feel overwhelming and isolating. Through NEFA's partnership with Art World Learning, they aim to empower artists and creatives with knowledge and resources to cultivate healthy business practices to sustain their artmaking by providing free access to Art World Learning in 2022. For more information, please visit here.


Public Art Survey



Call to Artists 

City Of Revere invites and welcomes public art mural proposals for the Point of Pines underpass mural and the Utility Building at Butler Circle. Please take the time to carefully read and become familiar with the following documents:

Funding Opportunities 

Mass Cultural Council is now announcing fall grant opportunities for individual artists, teaching artists, non-profit organizations and more. See below to find links to these funding opportunities, and please share with your constituents and the arts and cultural institutions within your districts. Note that each of these pages will describe the program, link to the program guidelines for FY22, and have the key dates and info sessions for applicants.

FY22 Mass Cultural Council Grant Opportunities Now Available for Artists, Teaching Artists, Humanists & Scientists:

 FY22 Mass Cultural Council Grant Opportunities Now Available for Cultural Nonprofit Organizations:


Commission Members

Councillor Joanne McKenna Chair
Erin McCarthy Recording Secretary
Rob Zierten Outreach Secretary
Naomi DeMauro Member
Brian Harkins Member
Jason Barletta Member
Kristen Green Member 
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