Early Voting

Early voting begins for the 2024 Presidential Primary at Revere City Hall from Saturday, February 24, to Friday, March 1.View Early Voting Hours

DPW Saturday Disposal

The new DPW Yard at 319 Charger Street is now open on the last Saturday of each month from 7am-12pm for residents to dispose of certain items. Learn More

Mass in Motion

Mass in Motion is a statewide movement that promotes opportunities for healthy eating and active living in the places where people live, learn, work, and play. We work to ensure Massachusetts residents have access to healthy, affordable foods and opportunities for safe physical activity. Mass in Motion is an evidence-based way to sustainably improve conditions that affect health and equalize access to the things that keep us healthy.

WHERE WE LIVE AFFECTS HOW WE LIVE

Revere and Chelsea are considered the two hardest-hit cities during the pandemic. 

MA saw a 59% increase in food insecurity (2020-2021), 

 the highest increase in the country. 39% of Chelsea and 33% of Revere MA

DPH COVID impact survey respondents were worried about getting food or groceries in the coming weeks.

Mass in Motion focuses on increasing access to healthy environments by changing policies and practices to create the conditions for people to eat better and move more where they live, learn, work, and play. 

Mass in Motion works to ensure that people most at risk for chronic diseases like obesity and diabetes, particularly communities of color, are engaged in and benefit from changes in policies and practices. This ensures that everyone has full and equal access to opportunities that enable them to lead healthy lives.

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HEALTHY EATING

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

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ACTING LIVING

  • Charlie Cards

    • Blank Charlie Cards are available in the Mayor's Office and at the front desk of City Hall during regular City Hall hours. Charlie Cards can be registered with the MBTA and value-added to the card at www.MBTA.com under the MYCHARLIE Tab. Senior Charlie Card can be filled out online.

Youth Passes 

Youth Pass Eligibility and Application

You may be eligible for a Youth Pass if you meet these requirements:

  • You live in a participating city or town.

  • You are between 18 and 25 and are enrolled in a Youth Pass partner program, such as MassHealth, SNAP, Year Up, public housing, etc.

  • You are between 12 and 17 and are unable to get a Student CharlieCard through your middle or high school.

Apply for a Youth Pass Online

Contact Information
Valentina Moreno Manzano
MiM Regional Coordinator Revere & Chelsea

(781) 485-8486
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