2023 Municipal Election

Please visit the Election department page for information regarding the upcoming Municipal Election on November 7th. Learn More


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.

Community Health and Engagement

The Community Health and Engagement Office's (CHE) mission is to increase access to opportunities for active living and healthy eating, through community engagement and leadership development to promote civic engagement to address social determinants of health through bottom up policy, system, and environmental changes.

Revere on the Move (ROTM) is an initiative of the CHE and is a Mass in Motion funded community-led collaboration between the City of Revere and the Revere CARES Coalition. ROTM works locally to increase opportunities for Revere residents to eat better and move more in the places they live, learn, work, and play. ROTM works to support the implementation of Community Gardens, Access to Farmer's Markets, Urban Farming, Place Making, and Mini Grant initiatives making the healthy choice the easy choice for Revere residents. For more information and daily updates visit https://www.facebook.com/revereonthemove

Active Living

Community Engagement

Through community engagement we seek to engage community to achieve sustainable outcomes, equitable decision-making processes, and deepen relationships and trust between government and communities.

    • VolunteerRevere – learn more about volunteer opportunities and register to become a volunteer
    • Union Capital Boston learn more on how you can earn up to $500 a year for your community engagement here.

Food Justice

Ensure universal access to nutritious, affordable, and culturally-appropriate food for all through food access, food security, and food retail.

  • Local Food Resources
    • Please see here for weekly food pantries and other helpful food resources.
  • Food Security 
    • Cambridge Health Alliance’s Monthly Mobile Market
      • The Cambridge Health Alliance hosts a once-a-month event. Located at the Revere Care Center on 454 Broadway (back parking lot) and will take place 10:30 AM–11:30 AM each Saturday that it’s held. Open to all for free fresh fruits and vegetables. For more information, please visit https://www.challiance.org/community-health/cha-revere-mobile-market
  • Project Bread
    • Hotline Hours: Monday-Friday: 8am – 7pm. Saturday: 10am – 2pm.
    • Project Bread counselors can assist callers with SNAP (information, eligibility screening, and over-the-phone application assistance), finding free meals for kids and school meal sites, summer meal sites, P-EBT, local food pantries and meal programs, and more.
    • Project Bread counselors can assist callers in 180 languages.
    • Project Bread’s FoodSource Hotline is toll-free and confidential, at 1-800-645-8333 and TTY 1-800-377-1292. Visit www.projectbread.org to learn more.
  • Food for Free produce boxes
    • At 281 Broadway. on Thursdays from 12:00pm until supplies last. Revere residency is required; income eligible households only. You will be asked to complete an online form at the site.
  • Weekly Food Pantry
    • The First Congregational Church’s Food Pantry temporarily at 200 Winthrop Ave. is open every Wednesday night, 6:15-8:00 PM. This weekly food pantry is free and open to all, no residency requirements. Drive-ups encouraged but walk-ups welcomed. Residents will receive a bag of non-perishable food items to last their household 5-7 days. The pantry often also gives out a bag of perishable items as well as supplies last. Please do not arrive early.
  • Revere Public Schools.  Check the RPS website or on Facebook at RPS Dining Services for updates.
  • Veterans Food Pantry. First Wednesday of the month from 10:00am-12:30pm at American Legion at 249 Broadway in Revere. Available for Revere Veterans ONLY. Contact the Veterans’ Affairs Director to learn more.

Youth Workforce Development

YouthWorks is a state-funded youth employment program that helps teens and young adults get the skills and experience needed to find and keep jobs. Participants take part in paid short-term work placements during the summer and/or school year at public, private and nonprofit worksites.

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