Mayor Arrigo’s Updates - Archive
January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014
The deadline for applications is September 15th.
GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES SBA ASSISTANCE FOR REVERE, SUFFOLK COUNTY
SBA Offers Assistance to Persons Impacted by July 28th Tornado
FRAMINGHAM, MA – In response to Governor Deval Patrick’s request, federal disaster aid in the form of Small Business Administration (SBA) loans will be made available to individuals, families and businesses impacted by of a strong EF-2 rated tornado which touched down in... Read more
Staff from the state Division of Insurance will be providing ongoing assistance for Revere residents and business owners each Wednesday from 3PM—7PM in the Community Room of the Revere Police Headquarters, 400 Revere Beach Parkway. Division of Insurance staff will be available every Wednesday through September 10th to answer questions and assist in the process of making insurance claims. If you... Read more
Mayor Rizzo, and the City of Revere are indebted to neighboring cities and towns, state agencies, and non-profits that assisted the community in the hours and days after the tornado
On Monday, July 28th, Revere’s central business district and neighborhoods both to the east and west were hit by an EF2 tornado. Fortunately, despite the devastation, there were no fatalities, and even more... Read more
Mass 211 is coordinating with MA Volunteers Active in Disasters (MA VOAD) to provide assistance to Revere residents that may need help with private property debris removal and minor home repairs. This was referenced by the Mayor at last night’s community meeting – residents can call 211, provide their info/needs and an appropriate VOAD organization that may be able to assist with... Read more
Please click here to learn more about the Revere Tornado Relief Fund.
Also visit the website: www.reveretornadorelief.org
On Monday, July 28, a category F2 tornado devastated homes and businesses along Broadway, Revere.
While miraculously no one was seriously injured, dozens of families lost their homes and businesses, while others had extensive property damage. Total estimated damage is in the... Read more
- The deadline for the payment of real estate taxes has been extended through Monday, August 4th. No late charges or penalties will be added.
- National Grid has reported that of the 2,800 residences/businesses without power, all but approximately 100 have been restored. They are continuing to work throughout the day to resolve this issue. Verizon is working to repair/install poles that have been... Read more
As of today, July 21st, the Tobin Bridge is NOT accepting cash. Tolls will be collected electronically either through the motorist's E-ZPass transponder or via the PAY BY PLATE MA program. Transponders can be obtained free of charge by calling 1-877-627-7745 or visiting the website at http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/highway/TrafficTravelResources/EZPassMAProgram.aspx You can also obtain a... Read more
Revere Beach Partnership Teams Up with Wounded Warrior Project for 2014 Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival’s “Stars and Stripes” Theme
America’s First Public Beach Fundraising On Behalf of Wounded Warrior Project Throughout 11th Annual National Sand Sculpting Festival, July 18 – 20, 2014
Revere, MA (July 1, 2014) – The Revere Beach Partnership is honored to announce its... Read more
REVERE WINS GET YOUR BUSINESS ONLINE CITY CHALLENGE
Google and the US Conference of Mayor’s recognize Revere for Small Business Development
WHAT: The US Conference of Mayors selected three cities, and their mayors, as winners of Google’s Get Your Business Online City (GYBO) Challenge. Mayor Rizzo, and the Revere Get Your Business Online Team, won the small city category for leading a number of... Read more