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Thursday, July 18, through Sunday, July 21, DCR has implemented various road closures to the accommodate the 2024 Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival. Residents needing to travel should avoid this area.Details of Closures

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World Cup on the Ave Event Planned for Sunday's Final Match, Hosted by Four Shirley Ave Small Businesses

December 13, 2022

REVERE, MA – This Sunday, December 18, 2022, join Revere’s Shirley Ave TDI Partnership for a World Cup Final Match celebration at four small businesses on the Ave. The event will take place at 10:00 AM EST. Shirley Ave is a multi-cultural business corridor and family-oriented neighborhood located next to Revere Beach and accessible by the Revere Beach T stop. With over 30 active storefronts... Read more

Mayor Arrigo, Superintendent Kelly, Chief Callahan, and Chief Buck Issue Statement to Revere Public Schools Community

December 9, 2022

December 9, 2022

Dear RPS Community,

We are sure you have heard that a powdery substance, which we suspect but have not yet confirmed, contained Fentanyl was found at Revere High School.  Fentanyl is a very potent and powerful synthetic opioid, most commonly found mixed in other recreational drugs. Fentanyl is predominantly found in heroin, cocaine, and many other counterfeit pills or tablets... Read more

Revere Retirement Board Receives Highest Level of Public Pension Coordinating Council (PPCC) Standards Award

December 6, 2022

REVERE, MA – The City of Revere Retirement Board is pleased to announce they have won a Standards Award by the Public Pension Coordinating Council (PPCC), which highlights the important work done by public retirement systems in the United States.  This was the first time the Revere Retirement Board applied for this award, and they received the highest level of the award during the first awards... Read more

Introducing Lauren Buck in her New Position as Chief of Health and Human Services

November 8, 2022

Adrienne Sacco-Maguire Starts New Role as Emergency Preparedness Manager, Following Career as Nurse at Revere Public Schools Read more

Revere Inspectional Services Administrative Staff are November 2022’s Public Servants of the Month – Colleen Argenzio, Valerie Moscone, Norma Sandoval, Marcia Mendes, and Linda Redding

November 8, 2022

REVERE, MA – Inspectional Services is a department in the City of Revere that many take for granted – when you need a permit, want to open a business, or make changes to your property, they’re your first stop. Colleen Argenzio, Valerie Moscone, Norma Sandoval, Marcia Mendes and Linda Redding run the daily operations of the Municipal Inspections Department and do so with patience and... Read more

Mayor Arrigo Leads Charge in Cleaning Up Long-Vacant and Overgrown McMackin Little League Site

November 8, 2022

City of Revere Now Owns McMackin Field After Years of Community Outreach and Support Read more

Meet Tom Skwierawski, the City’s New Chief of Planning and Community Development

October 25, 2022

REVERE, MA – Monday, October 17 marked Tom Skwierawski’s first day as the City of Revere’s new Chief of Planning and Community Development. Tom worked in the City of Fitchburg for the last eight years, where he was Executive Director of Community Development and Planning. During his tenure in Fitchburg, Skwierawski worked with city officials, Fitchburg State University, and other local... Read more

Mayor Arrigo Responds to this Year’s Rising Energy Costs

October 11, 2022

REVERE, MA – As energy costs are slated to rise substantially in the coming months, Mayor Arrigo is taking several measures to educate residents and offer ways to save on their utility bills.

The City of Revere is currently gathering educational materials from the state and Mass Save program to provide residents with some ways to cut back on their energy expenses this coming winter.... Read more

City of Revere Adult Center and Revere Consumer Affairs Office Partners with Rockland Trust Bank to Host “Shred-It Saturday” on October 15 at Revere City Hall

October 11, 2022

One of the best ways to prevent identity theft is to shred your unwanted important papers in a cross shredder. This Saturday, October 15th from 9 am to 12 pm the Revere Adult Center and the Revere Consumer Affairs Office is hosting “Shred-It Saturday” in the City Hall parking lot (281 Broadway). The event is being sponsored and underwritten by Rockland Trust Bank.

Residents are invited to... Read more

Marc Hilton and Chris Fabiano are October 2022’s Public Servants of the Month

October 11, 2022

REVERE, MA – The Revere Department of Public Works and the Water and Sewer Department, despite their importance in city operations and residents’ daily lives, often goes overlooked by the general public. But let’s face it – every time there’s a storm, a water break, or even a fallen American flag on Broadway, Marc Hilton and Chris Fabiano are there for the City of Revere – even at the... Read more

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