Mayor Arrigo’s Updates
Mayor Brian Arrigo has coordinated with the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development Rapid Response team to present a city-wide Job Fair, which will be held August 22 in conjunction with a Job Fair organized for the benefit of employees displaced by the closure of the Necco plant last month. Read more
Mayor Brian M. Arrigo announced this week that the Revere Fire Department has been awarded a $1.1 Million SAFER Grant by the U.S. Department Homeland Security. Read more
News that its new owners abruptly closed the Necco candy manufacturing plant Tuesday both surprised and disappointed Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo. Read more
Over 560 property owners responded to Phase One of the City's intensified effort to control rodent infestation in the past three weeks. Read more
Effective as of Monday, July 9th, residents no longer need to visit Inspectional Service Department during City Hall hours to schedule a trash pickup for their “bulky items”.
Qualified senior citizens will be eligible for a property tax exemption under the new Senior Tax exemption program announced this week by Mayor Brian Arrigo.
Public concern about rodents, particularly rats, has escalated steadily in recent years. Longstanding efforts to combat rodent infestation, overseen by the City's Inspectional Services Department, has had a modicum of success. Read more
Mayor Brian Arrigo welcomed the Suffolk Downs Development Advisory Group to its inaugural meeting Wednesday night, commencing an important phase as the project developers craft the Planned Unit Development proposal that will be submitted to the City Council later this year. Read more
On Saturday, September 8, from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM, the City of Revere Parks and Recreation Department will be bringing back last year’s popular Fall Festival on Broadway. Read more
This week, Mayor Brian M. Arrigo was informed that the City of Revere has been awarded a $69,000 grant through the Community Compact Cabinet’s Information Technology grant program Read more