Traffic Advisory

Thursday, July 18, through Sunday, July 21, DCR has implemented various road closures to the accommodate the 2024 Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival. Residents needing to travel should avoid this area.Details of Closures

Master Planning Process

Next Stop Revere was developed and guided by members of the Revere community through two primary mechanisms – the Steering Committee and community outreach activities implemented throughout the plan. The timeline and sequence of those activities are outlined below.

Materials from those meetings can be viewed via links at the bottom of this page.

  • December 6, 2018: Next Stop Revere Master Planning Process Announced
  • January 15, 2019: Next Stop Revere Kick-Off Event
  • March to July 2019: Informational interviews with local stakeholders
  • April 10, 2019: Community Forum #1: Housing, Economic Development, and Historic & Cultural Resources
  • May 8, 2019: Community Forum #2: Transportation, Energy & Climate, Open Space & Recreation, and Public Health
  • July 12 to October 7, 2019: Next Stop Revere Master Plan Survey
  • September 16 to 20, 2019: Shirley Ave Pop-Ups
  • September to October 2019: 6 Focus Groups conducted
  • January 22, 2020: Release of Next Stop Revere; public comments may be submitted via this Feedback Form.
  • January 28, 2020: Next Stop Revere Community Forum #3: Recommendations and Implementation
  • February 14, 2020: Close of public comment period
  • Date in 2020 TBD (postponed due to pandemic): Final plan presentation to Planning Board

Project Team & Roles

The City partnered with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council to conduct the process, funded in part by the state’s District Local Technical Assistance program. Staff oversight for the process has been based in the City’s Office of Strategic Planning and Economic Development, where staff has previously worked with MAPC on a number of initiatives including the 2018 Open Space and Recreation Plan.

The plan was guided and shaped by a Steering Committee, appointed by the Mayor and made up of nineteen stakeholders in Revere. The Steering Committee served as the body that determined the final content of the plan, to then be presented to the Revere Planning Board for adoption.

Related Plans & Studies

As part of the master planning process, MAPC and the City conducted an inventory of plans and studies completed for the City of Revere. Plans completed within the past five to ten years were reviewed closely for their relevance to Next Stop Revere. Reports that are referenced within the Draft Plan are listed and linked to below:

Community Engagement

To ensure that a broad range of voices, perspectives, and areas of expertise was incorporated into the plan, the City worked with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council to develop and implement a comprehensive Community Engagement Strategy. Outreach was done in English, Arabic, Haitian Creole, Khmer, Portuguese and Spanish. Over 500 people participated in a citywide survey, over 400 attendees participated in community forums, and 50 people were part of focus groups.

Community Meeting Materials

Slideshows, posters, and event videos for the citywide community forums are listed below.

January 15, 2019
Master Plan Kickoff

April 10, 2019
Community Forum:
Housing, Economic Development, and Historic & Cultural Resources

May 8, 2019
Community Forum:
Transportation, Energy & Climate, Public Health, and Open Space

January 28, 2020
Community Forum:
Recommendations and Implementation

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