Mayor Arrigo’s Updates - Police Department
Mayor Brian M. Arrigo, City Council President Arthur F. Guinasso, Public Safety Subcommittee Chair Councilor Ira Novoselsky, and Police Chief James Guido have issued the following joint statement to address rumors and misstatements that have spread through the city, primarily on social media, regarding police activity in recent days. Read more
Notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 185 of the Acts of 1983, and Chapter 13 of the Acts of 1984, that the City of Revere Traffic Commission will conduct a Public Hearing on April 25, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. in the City Councilor Joseph A. Del Grosso Council Chambers of Revere City Hall. Read more
"A community-based approach is the strongest and most-effective tool that police departments can use to reduce crime and improve safety," Chief Ryan said. "I am looking forward to partnering with the Revere Police and looking at the successes they're already having as well as the areas where they can improve." Read more
National Night Out (NNO) is held annually to strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships. Read more
In order to get our streets clean, we need your cooperation moving your cars on designated street sweeping days. Please be aware of the street sweeping schedule. If you park on the street on a street sweeping day will be ticketed. The City of Revere also reserves the right to tow any vehicle parked on the street during street sweeping operations. Read more
***Revere Public Schools closed on Wednesday, March 15; City Offices Open; Snow Emergency/Parking Ban Remains in Effect Until Further Notice***March 14, 2017
Due to treacherous, icy conditions in the wake of Tuesday's nor'easter, the Revere Public Schools will be closed on Wednesday, March 15. Read more
Snow Emergency and Parking Ban in Place Effective 6 AM on Tuesday, March 14; Revere Public Schools CLOSED; City Hall and all City Offices CLOSEDMarch 13, 2017
In anticipation of Tuesday’s storm, the City of Revere has declared a snow emergency/parking ban, effective at 6 AM, Tuesday, March 14, 2017.
City offices closed: City Hall and all city offices will be closed. Revere Public Schools and offices will also be closed on Tuesday.
Parking ban info: Residents should be aware of the list of emergency arteries - http://reverepolice.org/snow-emergency-parking/ - and not park on these streets until the parking ban is lifted. Vehicles parked on emergency arteries will be towed for the duration of the parking ban.
“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Campaign Kicks Off Extra Patrols During Holidays Read more
Do you live, work or play in Oak Island? You are invited: join Mayor Brian Arrigo, Councilor John Powers, the Revere Police Department, and Revere on the Move for a Crime Watch/Neighborhood Meeting on Wednesday, November 16 from 6-7 PM. Discuss community policing issues with officers and elected officials. The meeting will be held at the Jack Satter House Community Room, 420 Revere Beach Blvd.Read more
MEMA ISSUES POWER OUTAGE SAFETY TIPS
Extended Loss of Power, During and After a Hurricane, Is a Real Possibility Read more