Revere Mobile Market

Due to extreme temperatures on 2/4/23, the CHA Revere Mobile Market has been canceled.

Mayor Arrigo’s Updates

MBTA and City of Revere Announce Start of Southbound AM Peak Bus Lane Pilot on Broadway, First-ever Bus Lane in The City, To Improve Commutes for Thousands of Essential Workers

October 22, 2021

Collaborative effort between the MBTA and the City of Revere aims to improve bus speed and reliability for Bus Routes 110, 116, 117, and 411, benefiting more than 12,000 bus riders daily, as a part of the region’s COVID-19 transportation response. Read more

Mayor Arrigo Launches Community Engagement Survey For Use of American Rescue Plan Act Federal Funding

October 12, 2021

Residents have ability to provide feedback on how ARPA money should be spent in an online engagement tool Read more

Bill Guinasso is October’s Public Servant of the Month

October 5, 2021

Bill Guinasso pictured with his wife Christine, son AJ, and daughter Emily

Q: What do you do in the City?

A: I work as the City’s Construction Oversite Manager in the Department of Public Works. As part of my job, I work closely with outside contractors to ensure that we are getting a properly finished product for road construction, landscaping, and other miscellaneous projects throughout the... Read more

City of Revere Awards $660,000 of Community Development Block Grant Public Service Funding to Community Organizations

September 28, 2021

Money granted to community organizations who supported low to moderate income Revere residents throughout pandemic Read more

Mayor Arrigo Announces Launch of Inclusionary Zoning Process

September 22, 2021

Appoints Committee of Local Stakeholders to Lead Community In Creating a New Ordinance To Expand Revere’s Supply Of Affordable Housing Read more

Mayor Arrigo Addresses His Frustration with Quality Inn Proposal to Boston Public Health Commission

September 21, 2021

It is with immense frustration that I write to you today regarding continued rumors of plans your agency has for the City of Revere. Specifically, I am disappointed in the Boston Public Health Commission’s operations, communications, and accountability measures—or lack thereof—as they concern its “regional” plan to address the disaster on Melnea Cass Boulevard by converting the Quality... Read more

Mayor Brian Arrigo Appoints Zachary Babo as Director of Parking

September 14, 2021

Revere, MA- Today Mayor Brian Arrigo announced the appointment of Zachary Babo as Parking Director. The appointment comes after the retirement of James Rose this past May. Zachary Babo, a Revere High School Graduate, is now raising his children Zachary Jr. and Mackenzie in Revere with his fiancé Stephanie. His family has lived in Revere since 1982.

 

“What I am most looking forward to most is... Read more

Massachusetts Department of Public Health has now identified Revere and 12 other surrounding communities as a moderate risk level for West Nile Virus

September 3, 2021

Due to two additional West Nile Virus cases identified in Middlesex County and new West Nile Virus positive mosquito results identified throughout the area, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health has now identified Revere and 12 other surrounding communities as a moderate risk level for West Nile Virus.

There are some preventative measures you can take:

  1. Avoid mosquito bites: Apply bug spray...
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Risa Ferrara is September’s Public Servant of the Month

August 31, 2021

Q: What do you do in the City? 
A: I work at the Garfield Elementary School as a school nurse.

Q: What did you do throughout the pandemic?

A: I have been working since March 2020 with a great group of people which is why I continue to do this work daily.  At the beginning of the pandemic all the nurses asked what we could do to help.  It was a new learning experience for all of us, but we were... Read more

Mayor Brian Arrigo Welcomes Revere Students Back for 2021 School Year

August 23, 2021

Revere Public Schools Will Be Open At Full Capacity For The First Time Since March 2020 - Updated Policies and Procedures Aimed at Keeping Kids in Classrooms Read more

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