Traffic Advisory

Thursday, July 18, through Sunday, July 21, DCR has implemented various road closures to the accommodate the 2024 Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival. Residents needing to travel should avoid this area.Details of Closures


Department of Planning & Community Development

Through its Community Development roles and responsibilities, the Department of Planning & Community Development works in close partnership with municipal departments and a wide range of local, regional, and federal stakeholders to identify and address needs, assets, priority investments, and shared community goals. This may include projects relating to economic development, public facilities, community centers, public service, housing rehabilitation, homeowner assistance, code enforcement, infrastructure, and public health. Some noteworthy Community Development initiatives include the management of Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) entitlement funds and connecting residents to workforce development programs, in which further information can be found via the links below.

City Hall, 281 Broadway, Mezzanine Level, Revere, MA 02151

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program

The City of Revere is a HUD CDBG Entitlement Community. For more information about program objectives and eligibility requirements, please visit the CDBG Program page.

Workforce Development

DPCD supports and leads a range of workforce development initiatives. The City has supported the work of the Revere Works coalition and continues to support a wide variety of workforce development programs. Please visit the Revere Works page for more information on partners, programs, and training opportunities for residents and employers.

Revere Workforce Development Plan

In Summer of 2021, the City and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council released the Revere Workforce Development Plan, a municipal workforce development plan.

Funded fully by a District Local Technical Assistance grant, this process and plan was completed during the Covid-19 pandemic and builds on the goals and findings of the Next Stop Revere Master Plan completed in early 2020. For more information, please contact Danielle Osterman, Community Development Program Manager.

Click here to view or download the full plan report. (13 MB, PDF)


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