Neighborhood Organizing




Revere on the Move helps to build healthy, connected neighborhoods and engage residents in efforts to make Revere a better place to live, work, and play. Our neighborhood organizing strategy includes the formation of five neighborhood groups and four existing neighborhood groups, who meet regularly. These groups include:

  1. Beachmont Improvement Committee
  2. Lincoln School Community Group
  3. North Revere Neighborhood Group
  4. Oak Island Neighborhood Group
  5. Point of Pines Beach Association
  6. Revere Community Committee (Ward 2)
  7. Revere Ward 4 Crime Watch and Neighborhood Team
  8. Riverside Association
  9. West Revere Neighborhood Group

 Lincoln School Playground Ribbon Cutting

Revere on the Move has also renovated 8 playgrounds through community-builds which bring together resident volunteers and city staff to transform play spaces over a weekend. 

  1. Costa Park, Shirley Avenue - in partnership with Kaboom!, Jet Blue, and The Neighborhood Developers
  2. DiSalvo Park, Ciarlone Tot Lot, 107 Newhall Street
  3. Louis Pasteur Park, Endicott Avenue
  4. Frederick's Park, 15 Everard Street
  5. Curtis Park, 186 Garfield Avenue - in partnership with Kaboom! and Target
  6. Oak Island Park, Dashwood Street
  7. Lincoln School, 68 Tuckerman Street
  8. Harmon Park, Salem Street, North Revere - Salem St.
  9. Gisbon Park, Point of Pines - Coming in May 2019!

 Fredrick's Park



Adult outdoor elliptical equipment is available at Sonny Myers Park, 120 Beach Street 

 Sonny Myers elliptical equipment



Revere on the Move also provides funding for mini-grant projects so that community members can implement their own ideas for making Revere a healthier city. Applications are available in October and due at the end of December. See our mini-grants page for more information.