Mayor Arrigo’s Updates - Archive
January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2016
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
There will be two NNO celebrations held in Revere on Tuesday, August 2. One will take place at Curtis Park at the Garfield School (176 Garfield Ave), sponsored by Councillor Ira Novoselsky. The other will be led at the West Revere School Complex (107 Newhall St.), hosted by the City of Revere and Mayor Brian Arrigo. The events will begin at 5 PM, and will be held in conjunction with the Revere Police Department, Revere Fire Department Revere Recreation Department, and Departmente of Public Works. Read more
In recognition of a long partnership between the City of Revere and Date, a city in Japan’s Fukushima prefecture, the two cities will formally sign a sister city agreement at City Hall on Tuesday, August 2 at 11 AM in the City Council Chamber. Signing on behalf of each city will be Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo and Date Mayor Shoji Nishida. Read more
In order to facilitate the flow of traffic in and out of this weekend’s Revere Beach Sand Sculpting Festival and help ensure a safe, successful event, please be advised of the following information.
The City of Revere launched a new page on its website dedicated to updates about past, ongoing and future road construction projects under the City of Revere’s Roadway Improvement Program. Read more
Information about summer offerings from Parks and Rec. Read more
Mayor Brian Arrigo announced on Monday that the City of Revere was awarded a $54,000 Community Compact IT grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to implement a 311 customer service system for Revere.
Please be aware of the following temporary road closures. Read more
Mayor Brian M. Arrigo announced on Monday morning that online bill payment is now available for City of Revere water and sewer bills, motor vehicle excise taxes, real estate taxes and personal property taxes. The Mayor tested the system, paying his water bill online and certifying that the site is ready to go live. Read more
Mayor Brian M. Arrigo is pleased to announce the implementation of the 2016 Senior Citizen Work-Off Abatement Program. The program allows for 50 seniors to work for a $750 property tax deduction and another 50 seniors to work for a $500 water bill reduction. Read more