Mayor Arrigo’s Updates - Archive
August 1, 2016 - August 31, 2016
Revere is building a playground!
We need you to bring play to kids at Garfield School! Read more
Mayor Brian Arrigo is delighted to announce that Special Olympics is officially returning to Revere with the launch of the Young Athletes Program this fall. The program seeks children age 2-7 with intellectual disabilities to sign up to participate; they also need volunteers willing to help support the athletes each week.
MEMA ISSUES POWER OUTAGE SAFETY TIPS
Extended Loss of Power, During and After a Hurricane, Is a Real Possibility Read more
Mayor Brian Arrigo announced this week that applications for grants from the Elderly & Disabled Residents Taxation Fund and the newly established Water and Sewer Relief Funds for Disabled Residents will be available in the City Treasurer’s Office on the 2nd Floor of City Hall beginning August 17, 2016. Read more
Christopher Bright To Be Officially Sworn In As Chief of Revere Fire Department In Ceremony On Monday at 3 PMAugust 11, 2016
Mayor Brian Arrigo announced on Thursday that Christopher Bright, a 33-year veteran of the Revere Fire Department who has served as Acting Chief since the retirement of Chief Eugene Doherty, will be formally sworn in as the next Chief of the Revere Fire Department. The swearing-in will take place on Monday, August 15 at 3 PM in the City Council chambers at Revere City Hall, with Mayor Arrigo and City Clerk Ashley Melnik performing the ceremony. Read more
THE STATE PRIMARY IS ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2016. THE POLLS OPEN AT 7:00 A.M. AND CLOSE AT 8:00 P.M. Read more
As part of an ongoing effort to support year-long beautification around the City, the office of Mayor Brian Arrigo cordially invites elected officials, community groups, residents and media to “Beautify Revere” cleanup events this August. Read more