Mayor Arrigo Launches Mobile City Hall
August 7, 2019
Mayor Brian Arrigo today announced the official launch of Mobile City Hall, the City of Revere’s latest initiative to make interacting with city government more accessible and convenient for residents. Mobile City Hall, a retrofitted passenger van, will be in a different neighborhood each week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12-2 p.m. and will make house calls. With the support of Revere 311 staff, residents can pay city bills, apply for licenses and receive any service offered on Revere.org without having to visit City Hall.
“With the launch of our new and improved Revere.org, and today with Mobile City Hall, we’re continuing to modernize and professionalize the way our residents can interact with their city government,” Mayor Arrigo said. “Revere residents deserve the very best in city services and we’re proud to now bring them directly to their neighborhoods and doorsteps.”
Mobile City Hall made its official debut at last week’s International Sand Sculpting Festival and Revere’s National Night Out on August 6, and will be present at community events throughout the year. The Mobile City Hall schedule will be kept updated on Twitter @mobilecityhall, and at Revere.org/mobilecityhall.
Mobile City Hall can also be booked from 2-3 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays to provide services to residents at their home. To book an appointment, residents can email firstname.lastname@example.org with contact information, requested time and desired service.