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Early voting begins for the 2024 Presidential Primary at Revere City Hall from Saturday, February 24, to Friday, March 1.View Early Voting Hours

DPW Saturday Disposal

The new DPW Yard at 319 Charger Street is now open on the last Saturday of each month from 7am-12pm for residents to dispose of certain items. Learn More

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Mayor Arrigo and Assistant Speaker Clark Announce $18 Million Investment to Replace and Improve the Andrew A. Casassa Overpass in Revere

February 15, 2022

The Andrew A. Casassa Overpass, the first overpass built in Massachusetts, will be replaced over the next few months with an $18 million dollar investment from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Read more

Fatou Drammeh is February’s Public Servant of the Month

February 1, 2022

REVERE, MA – Today Mayor Brian Arrigo announced Fatou Drammeh as February’s Public Servant of the Month. As Manager of the Revere Community School and nonprofit leader, Fatou Drammeh has worked for decades to connect residents with resources and advocate for our city's most vulnerable. Fatou is always going above and beyond for our residents – often working 7 days a week in different... Read more

Mayor Arrigo Announces Expanded Accessibility to City Hall and Constituent Services

January 25, 2022

New Revere 311 Office Space and Website to Bring Streamlined Access to Constituent Services and Communications Tools Read more

City Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. with Multi-faceted Tribute

January 11, 2022

REVERE, MA- Today, Mayor Brian M. Arrigo announced Revere will observe Martin Luther King Day with “A Tribute To Martin Luther King Jr.”, a multi-faceted presentation culminating from a collaboration between Revere Public Schools and the City’s Human Rights Commission that will feature music, discussion, and dynamic performance.

 “The work of our Human Rights Commission is rooted in... Read more

Mayor Arrigo Announces Microenterprise Grant Program to Support Local Businesses and Protect Jobs in Revere

January 11, 2022

Nearly Half a Million Dollars Will Provide Assistance To Small Businesses Read more

Mayor Arrigo Issues Cold Weather Safety Advisory

January 10, 2022

Revere, MA – Today Mayor Brian M. Arrigo announced a Cold Weather Advisory for the City of Revere and reminded residents to take caution as this cold front comes in this evening and into tomorrow.  The National Weather Service is predicting an arctic blast that will bring frigid temperatures and breezy winds to the region on Tuesday. A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for the high terrain of... Read more

Cathy Bowden is January’s Public Servant of the Month

January 4, 2022

Cathy pictured with her sons Zachary, Patrick, and Matthew

REVERE, MA – Today Mayor Brian Arrigo announced Cathy Bowden as January’s Public Servant of the Month. Cathy has worked in the City of Revere for more than 30 years –today, she works as the City’s Treasurer/Collector. Cathy was chosen due to her tireless, selfless work for the residents of Revere. A life-long Revere resident, Cathy... Read more

In Partnership with United Way and Amazon, Mayor Arrigo Awards Three Community-Based Organizations $20,000 Grants through the Raise Up Revere Fund

December 16, 2021

REVERE, MA – This Thursday, Mayor Arrigo and representatives from both Amazon and United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley presented three grant awards to community-based organizations who continue to go above and beyond for Revere residents. The Raise Up Revere fund, which was established in April of 2020, is focused on meeting the immediate needs of Revere families and small... Read more

Applications Available for Elderly & Disabled Taxation Relief Fund and Water and Sewer Relief Fund

December 14, 2021

REVERE, MA- Mayor Brian Arrigo announced this week that the applications for grants from the Elderly & Disabled   Residents Taxation Fund and the newly established Water and Sewer Relief Funds for Disabled Residents will be available in the City Treasurer’s Office on the 2nd Floor of City Hall beginning December 20, 2021. Residents unable to apply in person may do so at... Read more

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