Mayor Brian M. Arrigo

Mayor's Office

Our administration is dedicated to delivering high quality, efficient municipal services to the residents and business owners of Revere.

News from Mayor Arrigo

Revere Receives Creative Arts Grant
Mayor Brian M. Arrigo announced this week that the City is a recipient of a $40,000 MassDevelopment Creative Catalyst grant
JOIN REVERE, MAPC FOR PRESENTATION ON NEW CITY MASTER PLAN
Public invited to share feedback and learn about vision for future of Revere
Revere Police Awarded Grant to Reduce Impaired Driving
Mayor Brian Arrigo and Chief of Police James Guido recently announced that the Revere Police Department was awarded a grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s (EOPSS)

About Mayor Brian M. Arrigo

Brian M. Arrigo is a fourth-generation, lifelong resident of the City of Revere.   After serving four years as a City Councilor, he defeated the incumbent Mayor in 2015.  Mayor Arrigo was re-elected to a second four-year term in 2019 that begins January 6, 2020. 

During his first term, Mayor Arrigo implemented reforms and initiatives to professionalize and modernize the city’s government.  Under his leadership, the City commissioned a Human Resources report to address deficiencies in the City’s employment structure, which led to the creation of a Human Resources department that has overhauled and standardized municipal hiring practices.  His administration established the Substance Use Disorder Initiatives office, making Revere one of the Commonwealth’s leaders in focused efforts toward tackling the opioid crisis. Other innovations achieved during his first four years include the Mayor’s Office of Constituent Service, which promotes innovative and responsive interfaces between the City and its residents. Using Revere 311, residents can now place a single call into City Hall and submit their concerns into a comprehensive online constituent service management system that manages the City’s response.  In a partnership with the cutting-edge StreetScan program, Mayor Arrigo executed a far-reaching and data-based plan the repair of city streets based on need and condition. The City achieved its highest bond rating in history, a reflection of the Mayor’s diligence in tightening government spending and optimizing fiscal performance.

Mayor Arrigo’s skill and passion for transparent government and responsible economic management have been lauded by both public and private organizations outside of the city.  Revere enters the new decade while undergoing dramatic growth and progress in commercial and residential development.  A vibrant new district has emerged along the city’s beautiful waterfront.  Imminent development at the Suffolk Downs site promises transformative mixed-use and recreational opportunities, bolstering the city’s commercial tax base and securing Revere’s place as a vital component of the Greater Boston region.

2020 Inaugural Address

Mayor Arrigo Outlines Vision for Vibrant, Modern Revere that Works for All Residents

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Contact Information
Brian M. Arrigo
Mayor
Robert A. Marra, Jr.
Chief of Staff
781-286-8111 Ext: 20114
Nicholas Romano
Aide to the Mayor
781-286-8111 Ext: 20115
Deb Peczka
Administrative Assistant
781-286-8111
Linda DeMaio
Administrative Assistant/Scheduler
781-286-8111

Media Inquiries
781-286-8111
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