Mayor Arrigo’s Updates
In Letter to Gaming Commission, Mayor Requests Surrounding Community Agreement Read more
Community members invited to provide input on housing, economic development and cultural resources Read more
Mayor Brian Arrigo announced that the City was awarded a $40,000 grant by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to implement a "Recycling IQ" kit that will bolster the city's ongoing efforts to encourage residents to recycle discarded materials properly. Read more
2019 Resident Parking Permits are now available at the City of Revere's Parking Department, 300 Broadway Suite # 2, Monday through Thursday from 8:15 AM to 5:00 PM and Friday 8:15 AM to 12:15 PM. Read more
The Revere Health Department is currently recruiting volunteers for the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC).
This week I requested the City Council to approve appropriations for the disbursement of “free cash” funds to a variety of purposes, projects, and activities that will continue our endless pursuit of a better quality of life for the residents of Revere. Read more
Mayor Brian Arrigo reminds everyone that the April 1 application deadline for the Seniors Property Tax exemption is fast approaching. Read more
Mayor Brian Arrigo acknowledged National Consumer Protection Week (March 3 through 9) by encouraging residents to make use of the Revere’s Consumer Affairs Office when confronted with any type of consumer issue such as using credit, shopping for a used car, or dealing with problems resulting from ordinary consumer transactions.
Mayor Brian Arrigo is pleased to announce two 20-year solar energy agreements between the City of Revere and Citizens Energy that will result in the City saving an additional half-million dollars on top of the savings from the original contract. Read more
This week, Mayor Brian M. Arrigo was informed that Revere has been awarded a $125,000 grant through the Massachusetts Office on Disability. Read more