Mayor Arrigo’s Updates
Mayor Brian Arrigo honors eight promoted officers of the Revere Police Department; Mangino Makes History as First Female CaptainSeptember 18, 2017
On Monday, September 18, 2017, Mayor Brian Arrigo formally promoted eight officers of the Revere Police Department to new ranks Read more
Mayor Brian Arrigo Increases Access to Substance Use-Related Services In Continuing Effort To Fight Opioid EpidemicSeptember 18, 2017
Mayor Brian Arrigo and the City of Revere’s Substance Use Disorder Initiatives Office have officially announced the hiring of Carrie-Ann Salemme as the City’s first in-house Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Direct Service Coordinator. 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
The City of Revere and Mayor Brian Arrigo are proud to support an expanded presence this fall for the Special Olympics program, as part of the Mayor’s ongoing effort to provide more free programming for Revere youth.
In addition to the return of the Young Athletes program for kids age 2-7, Revere will also debut a soccer program for kids age 5-15. Both programs are free for all children and... Read more
Mayor Arrigo and Revere Recreation Announce Open Gym Dates For Middle and High School Students in 2017-18August 30, 2017
Following this past spring's successful pilot program, Mayor Brian Arrigo and the City of Revere Parks and Recreation Department are happy to announce Open Gym dates this fall for middle and high school students.
Dates for open gym are:
All of these are the first Friday of each month, except December due to the city tree lighting... Read more
Mayor Brian Arrigo would like to remind residents about the following rules regarding safety near school buses:
1. When you see a school bus, assume children will be around and take extra care- leave lots of space around the bus.
2. When the bus turns on flashing yellow lights, that means it is about to stop at either a railroad crossing or to pick up kids. Slow down and prepare to stop.
3. When... Read more
Mayor Arrigo Calls on Residents To Support Victims of Hurricane Harvey; Bring Requested Items to the Veterans Services Office By ThursdayAugust 28, 2017
The City of Revere will be joining with the City of Boston to urge donations to support those in need. Read more
The East Boston Neighborhood Health Center’s Program for All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is moving to Revere – bringing with it quality medical jobs and top-notch services for local senior citizens. Read more
Next month’s Housing Families Pro Bono Legal Services Office Hours in Revere have been moved to Tuesday, September 19 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. This is a change from the normal monthly office hours, which for all other months will continue to be held the second Tuesday of the month from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Read more
Thank you to all the residents who donated to the Taft St. Relief Fund.
We will soon begin the process of disbursing the funds raised.
Please be advised of this important notice: