Mayor Arrigo’s Updates - Archive
January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018
Listen, my children, and you shall hear, of the new trash collection program for all Revere...
The summer of 2018 was one to remember for the Revere Parks & Recreation Department and the City of Revere. We want to take a moment and share all of our programming highlights for the upcoming school year. This article does not list all of the fall and winter programs offered by Revere Parks & Recreation, please visit RevereRec.org to view the whole catalog. Read more
Today, Mayor Brian Arrigo announced that the City of Revere will establish, City Treasury Online, by publishing monthly revenue reports at Revere.org creating a more transparent government. Currently, the treasury reports are produced monthly by the Office of the Treasurer and delivered to the city council - the reports show a line by line accounting of city revenue receipts by department for each month. Read more
Mayor Brian Arrigo has coordinated with the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development Rapid Response team to present a city-wide Job Fair, which will be held August 22 in conjunction with a Job Fair organized for the benefit of employees displaced by the closure of the Necco plant last month. Read more
Mayor Brian M. Arrigo announced this week that the Revere Fire Department has been awarded a $1.1 Million SAFER Grant by the U.S. Department Homeland Security. Read more
News that its new owners abruptly closed the Necco candy manufacturing plant Tuesday both surprised and disappointed Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo. Read more
Over 560 property owners responded to Phase One of the City's intensified effort to control rodent infestation in the past three weeks. Read more
Effective as of Monday, July 9th, residents no longer need to visit Inspectional Service Department during City Hall hours to schedule a trash pickup for their “bulky items”.
Qualified senior citizens will be eligible for a property tax exemption under the new Senior Tax exemption program announced this week by Mayor Brian Arrigo.
Public concern about rodents, particularly rats, has escalated steadily in recent years. Longstanding efforts to combat rodent infestation, overseen by the City's Inspectional Services Department, has had a modicum of success. Read more