Mayor Arrigo’s Updates
This year’s Beautify Revere Earth Day cleanup is just over one month away – the big day is Saturday, April 22. Those interested in signing up should visit http://www.revere.org/beautify-revere and fill out the signup form, or contact Elle Baker at 781-286-8188, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Discount Program For Water & Sewer Bills Now Available; Mayor Arrigo To Host Open House Where Seniors Can Apply In Person Thursday, April 20March 20, 2017
Mayor Brian Arrigo has announced that the Senior Discount program is now available for senior citizens to apply for a discount of up to 20% to their water and sewer bills. Read more
Explore some events coming up this week in Revere Read more
The Snow Emergency/Parking Ban will be lifted at 10 PM Tuesday, March 14.
Thank you for your patience.
***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.
Tonight at around 10 PM, crews will work to repair a broken water valve on Broadway. Please proceed with caution if driving in the area. Read more
Housing Families, a local nonprofit offering housing information and legal assistance, will be hosting monthly Office Hours at Revere City Hall starting next week, in partnership with the office of Mayor Brian Arrigo.
As part of the Mayor's Summer Youth Program, the City of Revere is now accepting applications from middle school, high school and college students age 15-21 (as of May 1) who are seeking summer employment experience with the City of Revere. You must be a Revere resident.
These opportunities are paid and vary depending on funding. Job placements are located throughout the City. For additional...
Q&A with the mayor, educational fun for kids, and a celebration of local art Read more