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Mayor Brian Arrigo Appoints Zachary Babo as Director of ParkingSeptember 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 VirusSeptember 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:
- Avoid mosquito bites: Apply bug spray...
Risa Ferrara is September’s Public Servant of the MonthAugust 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 YearAugust 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
Revere Housing Stability Office Reminds Housing Stability Resources for Revere ResidentsAugust 10, 2021
Housing funds and assistance still available for Revere tenants, landlords, and homeowners Read more
Mayor Arrigo Announces the Appointment of Dr. Nathalee Kong as Chief of Public Health and Human ServicesAugust 9, 2021
Revere, MA - Mayor Brian M. Arrigo today announced the appointment of Dr. Nathalee Kong as Chief of Public Health and Human Services for the City of Revere. Dr. Kong will assume her position on August 16, 2021, and will be the second to serve in this role created under the leadership of Mayor Brian M. Arrigo during his second term in office. Dr. Kong currently serves as the chairperson for the... Read more
Mayor Arrigo Reminds Residents of Protocols for a Safe International Sand Sculpting FestivalAugust 4, 2021
Event Creates Opportunity for Pop-Up Vaccination Clinic - Mayor Encourages All to Get Vaccinated Read more
Madelyn Pineda-Alvarez is August’s Public Servant of the MonthAugust 3, 2021
Mayor Arrigo Establishes Revere’s First-Ever Affordable Housing Trust FundAugust 2, 2021
Applications Now Open for Board Members at www.revere.org/AHTF Read more
Mayor Brian Arrigo Encourages Revere Residents to Apply for New Federal FundingJuly 27, 2021
Millions of dollars available in expanded food benefits, child tax credits and stimulus checks Read more