Level 3 Significant Drought

The Commonwealth has declared a Level 3 Significant Drought across most of the Commonwealth. Residents and businesses are urged to minimize overall water use and to stop non-essential outdoor watering. Click here to learn water conservation tips

$250 Gift Cards

Visit www.revere.org/ARPA for program details, required documentation, and the application.

CONSTRUCTION NOTICE

Water system improvements will take place across the city.Learn more

Winthrop Ave and Ocean Ave Fire Relief

Please donate to the Winthrop Avenue and Ocean Avenue Fire Relief. Thank you.Learn more

Covid Update

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Mayor Arrigo’s Updates

Pauline Lyons is July 2022’s Public Servant of the Month

July 8, 2022

REVERE, MAToday Mayor Brian Arrigo announced Pauline Lyons as July 2022’s Public Servant of the Month. Pauline has been helping to feed Revere’s children for 24 years through the RPS Food Services, and continues her work at the Rumney Marsh Academy. A lifelong resident of Revere, Pauline has also raised her children here, who followed her footsteps in attending the Revere Public Schools.... Read more

City of Revere Department of Planning and Community Development and Mayor Brian Arrigo Announces Broadway Small Business District Technical Support Program

July 5, 2022

Applications Open July 11, 2022, Program Focused on Financial Management, Marketing, and Business Expansion Strategies Read more

Developments on Broadway: Revere Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD) Invests in Broadway Small Business District

June 14, 2022

Mayor Arrigo approves more than $420,000 of CLFRF/ARPA funding to support business revitalization efforts on Broadway, $100,000 Mass Gaming Commission grant secured to support revitalization efforts Read more

Paula Sepulveda is June 2022’s Public Servant of the Month

June 7, 2022

REVERE, MA – Today Mayor Brian Arrigo announced Paula Sepulveda as June 2022’s Public Servant of the Month. Paula has worked in the Revere Department since 2020, where she administered vaccination clinics and worked to help our residents throughout the pandemic. A Shirley Ave resident for more than 10 years, Paula is also raising her son, Enzo, in the City of Revere. Paula is an incredible... Read more

Mayor Arrigo Announces New Office of Travel and Tourism

May 27, 2022

Mayor Brian Arrigo Creates New Department to Drive Economic Development - Focused on Bringing Family-Friendly Programming to Revere Beach and Across the City Year-Round Read more

Mayor Arrigo Issues Heat Safety Advisory & Continues Collaboration with State Partners to Ensure Safe Environment at Revere Beach

May 20, 2022

“As Revere Beach looks to welcome visitors this weekend, the City of Revere continues to collaborate with our state partners to ensure the necessary resources are available to ensure a family-friendly environment at America’s first public beach,” said Mayor Brian Arrigo. “We advise everyone to avoid spending too much time in the sun and stay hydrated.” - Mayor Brian Arrigo

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Mayor Arrigo Proposes Revere’s First Inclusionary Zoning and Accessory Dwelling Unit Ordinances to Increase Affordable Housing for the Next Generation

May 17, 2022

As Part of the Next Stop Revere Master Plan and With Input from the Inclusionary Zoning Advisory Committee (IZAC), This New Tool Will Allow More Revere Residents to Stay in Revere Read more

Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) Votes Unanimously to Bring Revere High School Wonderland Project Into Schematic Design Phase

May 3, 2022

REVERE, MA – On Thursday, April 27, 2022, the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) voted unanimously to bring the Revere High School Wonderland Project into the Schematic Design Phase - officially marking the next phase of the Revere High School project. During this phase, the Project will continue to develop the plan to locate the new High School at the Wonderland site including... Read more

Chris Alba is May’s Public Servant of the Month

May 3, 2022

REVERE, MA – Today Mayor Brian Arrigo announced Christian (Chris) Alba as May 2022’s Public Servant of the Month. Chris works in the City of Revere’s Substance Use Disorder and Homelessness Initiatives Office (SUDHI) doing outwork with our most vulnerable residents. Every day, Chris works with those facing substance use disorders and homelessness. With May being Mental Health Awareness... Read more

Mayor Arrigo Invites Residents and Community Stakeholders to May 10th Final McKinley School Revisioning Presentation

May 3, 2022

REVERE, MA – Mayor Arrigo is inviting both Revere residents and community stakeholders to the final presentation of the McKinley School Revisioning Process on May 10, 2022. Through funding from the MassDevelopment Real Estate Technical Services Program, planners in the City's Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD) held community meetings throughout the month of March that... Read more

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Brian M. Arrigo
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Linda DeMaio
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JD Jaramillo
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