Mayor Arrigo’s Updates
Massachusetts Department of Public Health has increased the level to “high risk” in Suffolk County regarding eastern equine encephalitis and West Nile virus – both serious diseases passed onto humans by mosquitoes. Massachusetts has had at least five cases of West Nile Virus and one fatality. Protect yourself against mosquito bites. Use repellent products with DEET when outside. Infants and... Read more
THE CITY OF REVERE, MASSACHUSETTS
REVERE CITY HALL ~ 281 BROADWAY REVERE, MA 02151
THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY IS ON TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2016. THE POLLS OPEN AT 7:00 A.M. AND CLOSE AT 8:00 P.M.
THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER TO VOTE OR SUBMIT VOTER REGISTRATION CHANGES IS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2016 AT 8:00 P.M. THE PLEASANT STREET ENTRANCE TO REVERE CITY HALL IS HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE.
ONLINE VOTER... Read more
Revere is concerned about the rising level of opioid overdoses. The City of Revere is partnering with The Revere Fire Department,
North Suffolk Mental Health Association, Revere CARES (MGH), and The Winnisimet Regional Opioid Collaborative (WROC).
This partnership is designed and dedicated to provide comprehensive education, navigation, and support to individuals and their
families combating... Read more
Please click here for FAQs regarding trash ordinances.
Citing the rise in new technologies and business practices that have modernized the delivery of many city services, Mayor Dan Rizzo announced the creation of a Road Repair Task Force. The task force will provide the administration with innovative and comprehensive solutions to address infrastructure issues faster and more efficiently.
While the City’s population and infrastructure has grown... Read more
Revere-Mayor Daniel Rizzo is happy to announce the implementation of the Senior Citizen Work-Off Abatement Program for 2015. The program allows for 50 seniors to work for a $750 property tax deduction and another 50 seniors to work for a $500 water bill reduction.
The Senior Citizen Work-Off Abatement Program will permit up to 100 seniors to work a total of 62 ½ hours within various departments... Read more
Revere – Mayor Daniel Rizzo, along with City Officials, are pleased to announce that a community playground build will be held on June 19th and 20th from 8:00am through 5:00pm to renovate and refurbish the Beachmont School playground. The playground build will be followed by a Ribbon Cutting on Friday June 26th starting at 11:00am.
Speaker DeLeo filed an amendment in the state’s budget last... Read more
REVERE BRIDGE REPLACEMENT –
ROUTE 145 (WINTHROP AVENUE) OVER THE MBTA
Please be advised of the following changes to the upcoming weekend schedule for the work associated with the replacement of the Route 145 (Winthrop Avenue) Bridge over the MBTA in Revere:
UPDATED Weekend Schedule
Stage 1 Construction – Route 145 WB (leaving Revere Beach)
Friday, June 5th through Monday,... Read more
Revere – The City of Revere held its first series of Municipal Hearings under the new Ch. 40U ordinance this past Tuesday, May 26th, at the Revere Police Department Community Room. The new Hearings Officer, former City Solicitor Robert Marra, conducted these hearings.
Under the new ordinance, appeals of health and sanitary code violations are held internally as opposed to Chelsea District... Read more
Residents invited to join the Steering Committee and get involved in planning the future of Revere
Revere – City Officials have been meeting with representatives from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) for the past several weeks to finalize a path forward for the “Plan Revere” community based visioning process. The City and MAPC, along with other local and state private and... Read more