Mayor Arrigo’s Updates - Archive
January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014
Please see /news/post/mayor-rizzo-revamps-boards-7-commission-appointment-process for Information regarding process for submitting application for appointment to Conservation Commission. Read more
Residents are encouraged to submit resumes and letters of interest for openings on the Conservation Commission and other boards and commissions going forward
Revere- Today Mayor Rizzo announced that he will be opening up the appointment process for board and commission vacancies with the City of Revere starting with two positions on the Conservation Commission. Information on all boards and... Read more
Revere- Mayor Daniel Rizzo will deliver the 2015 State of the City address on Monday January 5, 2015 at 6:30pm, immediately following the City Council organizational meeting, in the City Council Chambers at Revere City Hall (281 Broadway).
In the annual address to the public, Mayor Rizzo will review last year’s accomplishments and share his vision for the future. Over the past year Mayor Rizzo... Read more
Mayor Daniel Rizzo and Parking Clerk, John Henry are happy to announce the suspension of parking meter fees in light of the holiday season and in support of Councillor Arthur Guinasso's Motion. All parking meters in the City will be free from Monday, December 15, 2014 thorugh Saturday, December 27, 2014. "I encourage residents and visitors to consider Revere businesses and restaurants when... Read more
Revere Tornado Relief Fund Administrator Announces distribution of a Quarter of a Million Dollars to be made to 150 eligible applicantsDecember 8, 2014
Revere – Today the Revere Tornado Relief Fund (RTRF) Executive Director and Administrator, Attorney Gerry Leone, along with the Revere Tornado Relief Fund Board of Directors and Applications Committee, announced a timetable for the release of monies to be distributed to residents and business owners impacted by the tornado back in July. Mayor Rizzo has announced that starting the week of... Read more
MALL & SHOPPING SAFETY
Don't let criminals be your "scrooge" this holiday. Take a few precautions when you venture out to do holiday shopping and you will "take a bite out of crime".
PERSONAL SAFETY AT MALLS
The threat of physical assault does not necessarily increase along with crowds that herald the holiday season. It's when you're far from the crowd, in distant reaches of parking lots or other... Read more
If you have an illegal sump pump connection on your property, notify the City before December 31, 2015.
Your home will be added to the sump pump repair/replacement list and the City will make the repair at no cost to you. After this date you will be responsible for all costs associated with this repair.
Situational Awareness Report December 10, 2014
There are still 0 confirmed cases in Massachusetts. The CDC has announced some stabilization and even a decrease in some areas of Liberia of Ebola outbreaks. Sierra Leone and Guinea still have intense transmission. Mali has had 8 cases with 6 deaths but it is being contained in that country. Containment is being achieved by implementing better... Read more
Newly established website will streamline, market, and promote new business development
Revere - Today Mayor Rizzo announced the launch of Revere’s first economic development website, revereontherise.org which will help streamline, market, and promote new business development throughout the City of Revere. The roll out of this new website is part of the Mayor’s overall plan to enhance economic... Read more
HUNDREDS PARTICPATE IN MAYOR RIZZO’S TELEPHONE TOWN HALL
Over 600 residents joined Mayor Rizzo’s annual Telephone Town Hall to ask questions and discuss the future of the City of Revere
Revere – This past Saturday Mayor Rizzo conducted his most successful annual Telephone Town Hall to date, with over 600 residents participating. The Mayor held the large conference call so that residents... Read more