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Mayor Brian M. Arrigo

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The Mayor's Office is dedicated to delivering high quality, efficient municipal services to the residents and business owners of Revere.

News from City Hall

City Announces Elderly & Disabled Tax Relief Program and Water Bill Relief Program
Application period for this annual program to run from July 8-August 9
New Park Dedicated to Lifelong Revere Resident
City of Revere to host grand opening and dedication of Lt. John Jones Memorial Park on June 10, 2024
Highlighting Momentum and Importance of Women’s Sports, Governor Maura Healey Joins Mayor Keefe for Boston Renegades Women’s Football Alliance Game
Visit included tour of Harry Della Russo Stadium and pregame pep talk

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About Mayor Patrick M. Keefe Jr.

Patrick M. Keefe Jr. was elected Mayor of the City of Revere on November 7, 2023, after serving as Acting Mayor for six-months, a role he assumed in April of 2023 when former Mayor Brian M. Arrigo left office to become Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.

Mayor Keefe was raised in neighboring Everett and in 2004 settled with his wife Jennifer in Revere, where they have lived and raised their two children Adrianna and Patrick III.

Mayor Keefe earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality Management and Applied Science of Culinary Arts, from Newbury College, where he played varsity baseball. After graduation, Patrick gave up his dream of playing professional ball and began a career in the hospitality and restaurant industry. During a career that spanned more than 25 years, he worked in several of Boston’s finest hotels, and eventually became Senior Director of Operations for the legendary Legal Sea Foods.

From the beginning, the Keefes fell in love with the Revere community. Mayor Keefe devoted his time and talent to Revere’s youth sports leagues as a volunteer coach for St. Mary’s Youth Baseball and Softball League, Revere Pop Warner football, and Revere Recreation’s Basketball League. When the Keefe children outgrew youth sports, Mayor Keefe continued to serve the community as President of Revere Pop Warner, Eastern Massachusetts Representative for Pop Warner, and Baseball Director for Revere Youth Baseball.

Connecting with Revere families through sports inspired Patrick to seek election to the Revere City Council, and in 2015 he was elected Councilor of Ward 4. Mayor Keefe was serving his second term as City Council president in 2023 when, in accord with the City Charter, he filled the vacancy in the Mayor’s Office upon former Mayor Arrigo’s departure.

In addition to his professional work and volunteer activities in Revere, Mayor Keefe joined the Tufts Marathon team in 2011 and raised thousands of dollars for children's nutritional research. He is a founding member of a local running club and the annual Revere 5k and co-manages a yearly coat drive to provide warm outerwear to local students. Patrick is also a living donor, donating a kidney to his mother in 1999.

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Wed. 8 am – 5 pm
Thur. 8 am - 5 pm
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Patrick M. Keefe Jr.
Mayor
Claudia Correa
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Linda DeMaio
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Rose Burns
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