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2020 Census

Being counted brings federal funds and increases representation for the City of Revere. #WeCount

Healthy Community Initiatives

Healthy Community Initiatives/Revere on the Move (ROTM) works to make healthy choices around food and physical activity readily available and accessible to all Revere residents through changes to policy, systems, and environments. ROTM is a collaboration between the City of Revere's Healthy Community Initiatives Department and the MGH Revere CARES Coalition. ROTM is a Mass in Motion legacy community funded by Partners HealthCare.

Active Living

Blank CharlieCards are now available in the Healthy Community Initiatives Office
during regular City Hall hours. CharlieCards can be registered with the MBTA and
value added on to the card at under the MYCHARLIE Tab.

Food Justice

Neighborhood Organizing

Increase Social Capital

Build and Strengthen Community

  • Resident Leadership Training Opportunities (1 on 1, workshop)
  • Information sessions and neighborhood tours
  • Community Playground Builds

Revere COUNTS 2020 Census

The U.S. Constitution requires that EVERY PERSON living in the United States is counted every 10 years. The numbers are used to allocate government REPRESENTATION and RESOURCES for the following decade.

Please visit Revere COUNTS

Resources, Forms and Links

Contact Information & Hours
Mon.-Thur. 8:15am-5pm
Fri. 8:15am-12:15pm
Dimple Rana
Director, HCI and Co-Leader, ROTM

Julie DeMauro
Active Transportation Manager
Vanny Huot
Neighborhood Organizer
Britney Sao
Farmers Market Manager
Rhiannon Alter
Urban Farming & Communications Intern
Nora Cameron
Revere on the Move Intern
Nino Chaleumsy
YouthWorks Intern