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Broadway Advisory Group Meeting Scheduled for February 10, 2015
January 15, 2015
BROADWAY ADVISORY GROUP MEETING SET FOR FEBRUARY 10, 2015 Public invited to attend meeting to hear about new developments with the revitalization of the City’s central business district Revere – Today Mayor Rizzo announced that the Broadway…

Winter Weather Information
February 13, 2015
Starting on Monday March 9th, the city of Revere will begin collecting space savers that have been left out in the street in parking spaces throughout community. We do understand that we’ve had a tremendous amount of snow this year, and have been…

Get Your Business Online Free Workshops
April 13, 2015
Mayor Rizzo, in conjunction with the Revere Chamber of Commerce, Revere TV, the Revere Community School, the Interact Club, Revere Youth in Action, The Neighborhood Developers, and other community stakeholders, are continuing their initiative to…

“Revere Runs” 5K Run/Walk and Fitness Challenge Finale a Huge Success
June 11, 2013
This past weekend the Revere community came together to celebrate the conclusion of the Fitness Challenge with the Revere Runs 5K run/walk, and Health and Wellness Fair at the Whelan School. More than 250 residents participated in the 5K. The Health…

City of Revere FY14 Budget Submission
June 18, 2013
Dear Resident, This past week we submitted the FY14 budget to the Revere City Council in the amount of $154,060,170 for its review and adoption. The budget documentation that was provided to the City Council in prior years had always seemed…

Revere Police News
June 18, 2013
13-15777-AR- Investigators from the Revere Police Department obtained information that a residence located at 136 Walnut Ave. in the rear was being used for prostitution and as a distribution center for heroin in the Shirley Avenue neighborhood…

The 10th Annual Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival
July 5, 2013
National Sand Sculpting Festival The 10th Annual Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival will be held Friday–Sunday, July 19-21, 2013. The festival is a greatly anticipated annual summer event in the Greater Boston area with approximately…

Statement from Mayor Rizzo
November 6, 2013
Yesterday, the people of Revere voted for jobs and economic development for their city and for the future of resort gaming in Revere. Last night I called Suffolk Downs and I have asked them to reshape their project and to build it only on their 52…

State development chief awards Revere $1.5 million, praises Broadway plan
November 14, 2013
By Thor Jourgensen / The Daily Item Posted on November 13, 2013 REVERE — The $1.5 million the city is getting to pay for a new Pleasant Street parking lot will also help revitalize Broadway as Revere’s main business street, state…

MUNICIPAL LEADERS SUPPORT WORLD-CLASS RESORT AT SUFFOLK DOWNS DEVELOPED BY MOHEGAN SUN
December 6, 2013
MEDIA ADVISORY December 6, 2013 MUNICIPAL LEADERS SUPPORT WORLD-CLASS RESORT AT SUFFOLK DOWNS DEVELOPED BY MOHEGAN SUN Benefits of Revere-based development will extend throughout North Shore LYNN -- A group of North Shore municipal officials and…

MUNICIPAL LEADERS SUPPORT WORLD-CLASS MOHEGAN SUN RESORT CASINO AT SUFFOLK DOWNS
December 9, 2013
LYNN -- Monday, December 9, 2013 -- City leaders from communities up and down the North Shore, including Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy of Lynn, Mayor Daniel Rizzo of Revere, Mayor Kimberley Driscoll of Salem, and City Manager Jay Ash of Chelsea…

Statement from Mayor Rizzo, MGC Decision 12/10/2013
December 10, 2013
Today the Massachusetts Gaming Commission asked the City of Revere to move forward with another vote on a resort style casino in our community. The partnership between the City of Revere, Mohegan Sun, and Suffolk Downs represents an opportunity to…

City of Revere Receives Upgraded Bond Rating
March 11, 2014
The City of Revere recently received an upgraded bond rating of AA- up from an rating A+ by Standard and Poor’s Rating Services (S&P). S&P rates the financial stability of countries, corporations, and municipalities across the world. With this…

Prudential Tunnel Ceiling Removal Project
March 25, 2014
Project Fact Sheet Project Overview Original to the construction of the Prudential Center and Hynes Convention Center, the suspended Prudential Tunnel ceiling on the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) was originally constructed to provide fire protection…

It’s Spring Clearing Time! Don’t Forget Your Medicine Cabinet Needs Cleaning Too
April 10, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Revere, MA Contact: Viviana Catano Communication Specialist Revere CARES Coalition vcatano-merino@parteners.org 781-485-6440 It’s Spring Clearing Time! Don’t Forget Your Medicine Cabinet Needs Cleaning Too This year in…

Memorial Day 2014 Exercises
May 16, 2014
Mayor Daniel Rizzo is pleased to announce that this year’s Memorial Day Exercises will be held on Monday, May 26, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. on the lawn of the American Legion Building at 249 Broadway.Guest Speaker for the ceremony will be Thomas Hill. Mr…

Plan Revere Public Meeting
April 27, 2015
Community members invited to attend and share their vision for the future of Revere Revere – Today Mayor Rizzo announced that the first public meeting for the “Plan Revere” initiative will be held on Tuesday May 5th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at…

Memorial Day Exercises
May 18, 2015
Mayor Daniel Rizzo is pleased to announce that this year’s Memorial Day Exercises will be held on Monday, May 25, 2015 at 11:00 A.M. on the lawn of the American Legion Building at 249 Broadway. Guest Speaker for the 2015 Memorial Day Ceremony will…

Revere Bridge Replacement Route 145 (Winthrop Ave) Weekend Schedule
June 3, 2015
REVERE BRIDGE REPLACEMENT – ROUTE 145 (WINTHROP AVENUE) OVER THE MBTA WEEKEND SCHEDULE Please be advised of the following changes to the upcoming weekend schedule for the work associated with the replacement of the Route 145 (Winthrop Avenue…

Beachmont School Park Neighborhood Build & Opening
June 15, 2015
Revere – Mayor Daniel Rizzo, along with City Officials, are pleased to announce that a community playground build will be held on June 19th and 20th from 8:00am through 5:00pm to renovate and refurbish the Beachmont School playground. The…

Rosetti-Cowan Senior Center To Host "Countdown To 65" Seminar To Help Seniors Understand Health Coverage Options
April 5, 2016
Planning for Medicare-Countdown to 65 is a comprehensive seminar that helps people approaching Medicare eligibility understand their health insurance options outside of employer-sponsored coverage, whether they are planning to retire or continuing to…

Mayor Arrigo Announces 2016 Senior Citizen Work-Off Abatement Program
June 3, 2016
Mayor Brian M. Arrigo is pleased to announce the implementation of the 2016 Senior Citizen Work-Off Abatement Program. The program allows for 50 seniors to work for a $750 property tax deduction and another 50 seniors to work for a $500 water bill…

Online Bill Payment Now Available For Revere Taxes and Water Bills
June 6, 2016
Mayor Brian M. Arrigo announced on Monday morning that online bill payment is now available for City of Revere water and sewer bills, motor vehicle excise taxes, real estate taxes and personal property taxes. The Mayor tested the system, paying his…

Applications Available for Elderly & Disabled Taxation Relief Fund and Water and Sewer Relief Fund
August 11, 2016
Mayor Brian Arrigo announced this week that 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…

Join KaBOOM and the City of Revere in building a playground at the Garfield School!
August 25, 2016
Revere, MA is building a playground! We need you to bring play to kids at Garfield School! We need more than 75 volunteers from the Revere community to help us give more than 1,300 area kids the childhood they deserve by building a new…

Early Voting Begins Monday, October 24
September 20, 2016
EARLY VOTING Early voting is available to all registered voters for the State Election on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Registered voters wishing to cast an early ballot may do so in person at the American Legion Building, 249 Broadway, Front Entrance,…

REVERE FIRE DEPARTMENT HOSTS FREE OPEN HOUSE TO TEACH FIRE SAFETY PREVENTION SKILLS
October 4, 2016
REVERE FIRE DEPARTMENT HOSTS FREE OPEN HOUSE TO TEACH FIRE SAFETY PREVENTION SKILLS Papa Gino’s Provides Free Pizza and Education Materials The Revere Fire Department welcomes local families to a free Open House on Saturday, October 15 from 10 A.M…

Mayor Arrigo Announces Regional Public Health Collaborative With Chelsea and Winthrop
November 15, 2016
Mayor Brian Arrigo joined Chelsea City Manager Tom Ambrosino and Winthrop Town Manager James McKenna on Tuesday to sign the new North Suffolk Public Health Collaborative. This agreement will help Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop address local chronic…

THREE THINGS TO DO IN REVERE THIS WEEK: February 6-12
February 6, 2017
MAYOR BRIAN ARRIGO'S STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS Monday, February 6 - 6:00 PM - City Council Chambers Mayor Brian Arrigo delivers the 2017 State of the City address, discussing city initiatives for the upcoming year. The event will be televised live on…

City of Revere's Efforts to Tackle Opioid Addiction Featured on Fox25 News
February 10, 2017
This week, City of Revere: SUDI Office manager Julia Newhall was featured on FOX25 News discussing the City of Revere's efforts to combat substance abuse, in the wake of a recent spike in overdoses around the North Shore. In October, Revere became…

Special Olympics Young Athlete Program Returning To Revere Next Month
February 14, 2017
This past fall, the Special Olympics returned to Revere after a long absence with a successful “Young Athletes” program for children age 2-7 with intellectual disabilities. Building on this success, the Special Olympics will host another free…

UMass-Boston Collins Center Publishes City of Revere Human Resources Report
February 28, 2017
The City of Revere engaged the services of the Collins Center for Public Management to perform a Human Resources Organization and Policy review and provide recommendations. On Monday, February 27, they presented their report to the City Council. The…

Housing Families to offer pro bono legal services office hours in Revere each month
March 7, 2017
Housing Families, a local nonprofit offering housing information and legal assistance, will be hosting monthly Office Hours at Revere City Hall starting next week, as part of a continuing initiative by the office of Mayor Brian Arrigo to connect…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: April 21, 2020 Update
April 21, 2020
COVID-19 Testing Available to All Revere Residents Revere Public Schools Closed for Remainder of Academic Year  Free Food Pantry Continues at Rumney Marsh Academy   April 21, 2020 – The City of Revere’s Emergency Response Team continues to take…

Mayor Arrigo Op-Ed: A Long Road Behind Us, A Longer Road Ahead
April 23, 2020
It’s now a month that our favorite restaurants, gyms, theaters, and gathering places have been shuttered.  For the most part, we’ve stayed indoors, isolated from relatives and friends. Zoom conferences have become the closest thing to…

Why Open a Business In Revere
May 7, 2019
Why  Open a Business In Revere Thinking of starting or expanding a business? The City of Revere wants your business and wants it to thrive; for this reason, the City offers existing and prospective businesses dynamic services and advantages…

2018 State of the City Address, Revere, MA
May 16, 2019
2018 State of the City Address Good evening everyone. What is the state of our City? This evening I will give you a snapshot of our City today and a vision for tomorrow. When I stood in front of you a year ago, I promised…

2017 State of the City Address, Revere, MA
May 16, 2019
2017 State of the City Address Good evening everyone. Let me just start by saying that while we may not always agree on everything, I am confident that we can all come together on this: Tom Brady is the greatest of all time…

North Suffolk Public Health Collaborative
June 13, 2019
North Suffolk Public Health Collaborative The North Suffolk Public Health Collaborative is a joint effort of Revere, Chelsea and Winthrop to work together on public health challenges where joint effort can be more effective than…

Revere Cares
May 22, 2019
Revere Cares Community Action Resources and Education to Sustain a Healthier Community The Quality of Life survey is part of the community-wide assessment of health concerns in Revere underway by Mass General Hospital and Revere CARES. The MGH Center…

HIPPA Notice
May 24, 2021
Notice of Privacy Practices Blue Cross Blue Shield and Harvard Pilgrim Health Plans THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL/HEALTH INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN GET ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION. PLEASE REVIEW IT…

Citywide Water Meter Replacement - Revere, MA
June 13, 2019
Citywide Water and Meter Replacement Frequently-Asked Questions Expand All Collapse All What advantages will the new meters and meter reading system offer…

Licensing Fees - Revere, MA
August 27, 2019
License Fees General Licenses Common Victualler; Entertainment; Secondhand Dealer; Pawnbroker; Hotel/Motel/Inn; Sales of Gold/Silver/Precious Metals/Jewelry; Motor Vehicle Sales (both Class 1 and Class 2): $100 Lodging House; Fortuneteller: $50 Flea…

Website Accessibility Features
June 14, 2019
Website Accessibility Features This website is built with a few important accessibility features in place, to maximize the City of Revere's ability to reach all of its great residents.  Feature 1. Improve Access for Sight-Impaired The City and our…

Data
August 31, 2020
Data & Statistics Revere is an ever-changing, growing city; having an accurate and up to date view of the city and its residents gives important insight for the master plan. These are the various statistics and data points relevant to Next Stop…

Plan Report
August 8, 2022
Draft Master Plan Following months of community input and data analysis, MAPC, the City of Revere, and Next Stop Revere Steering Committee are excited to announce the release of the City’s draft Master Plan. The full draft document is available to…

Revere to Host Economic Development Summit Offering Development Opportunities
October 16, 2012
On Friday October 26th the City of Revere will host an Economic Development Summit at the Comfort Inn & Suites to showcase the city’s development opportunities to real estate professionals from across the country. The event will include a…

McCauley & Gautreau To Be Memorialized On Revere Beach
October 30, 2012
BOSTON – Speaker of the House Robert A. DeLeo joined Representative Kathi-Anne Reinstein to announce the House of Representatives has passed two bills designating separate memorials on Revere Beach for historian Peter McCauley and artist Norman…

City of Revere Economic Development Summit a Massive Success
November 5, 2012
On Friday, October 26, 2012 the City of Revere held it’s first ever Economic Development Summit at the Comfort Inn & Suites. Mayor Rizzo, along with his Economic Development Team, spent months planning, and preparing, for this important and…

City of Revere Receives Grant to Develop Open Checkbook System
February 27, 2013
In November of 2012, Mayor Daniel Rizzo joined the Cities of Woburn, Chelsea, Chicopee, and the Town of Brookline to apply for a Community Innovation Challenge Grant (CIC) which would develop a Municipal Open Checkbook System. Lieutenant Governor…

City Announces New Mobile Application to Report Potholes, Graffiti and Other Issues
March 14, 2013
Since taking office back in January of 2012, Mayor Daniel Rizzo has been committed to implementing new technologies that will engage the citizens of Revere in new innovative ways. Online surveys, Facebook, Twitter, and an Email Newsletter have all…

Recent Revere Police Department Investigation
March 25, 2013
After a 3 month investigation by Revere, Winthrop, Lynn, Saugus and the Massachusetts State Police s officers arrested two Brothers Juan Delarosa and Rafael Delarosa along with a cousin Canuelas Nieves. Both Delarosa brothers have been arrested by…

NATIONAL GRID REMINDS MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS OF PAYMENT SCAM
April 16, 2013
National Grid is reminding its municipal partners and police chiefs of a nationwide utility bill scam. National Grid electric customers have received telephone calls from individuals claiming to work for National Grid. These scammers demand payment…

Message from Mayor Rizzo Regarding this Past Weeks Events in Boston
April 18, 2013
Dear Residents, I write to you today with a heavy heart. A tragic event unfolded in Boston this past Monday, killing and injuring innocent people and wounding the soul of a great city during an iconic and historic event. I think we all feel a bit…

Broadway Advisory Group to Meet on May 1st to Discuss Revitalization Efforts along the Cities Central Business District
April 22, 2013
Mayor Dan Rizzo campaigned on a promise to change the face of Broadway through a well thought out, community guided revitalization process. In order to make certain the business community along Revere’s central business district has a voice in the…

Mayor Rizzo to Hold Candlelight Vigil on May 7th In Memory of those Impacted by the Boston Marathon Bombings
April 24, 2013
Mayor Rizzo would like to invite all residents to an Interfaith Service and Candlelight for the victims, families, and responders of the Boston Marathon tragedy. All residents are encouraged to attend and come together as a community to reflect on…

Revere Named a Top Spot to Live by the Boston Globe Magazine
May 6, 2013
Greater Boston’s top spots to live By Elizabeth Gehrman REVERE Median single-family home price in 2012 $232,000 Change since 2011 +9.59% Population 52,459 Residential tax rate $15.56 “Revere didn’t always have a positive image,” says John…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: April 27, 2020 Update
April 27, 2020
Following Six Weeks of Contact Tracing, Managed by School Nurses and Local Public Health Officials, City of Revere Releases New Data, Key Learnings  Work Will Be Critical to Containment as City Looks Forward to Strategies for Reopening    April 27…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: April 28, 2020 Update
April 28, 2020
Mayor Arrigo Establishes Raise Up Revere Fund and Announces $1.7 Million COVID-19 Relief Package Resources Will Put People First, with Focus on Education, Human Services and Economic Recovery Immediate Relief Applications Available TODAY for Small…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: April 29, 2020 Update
April 29, 2020
Mayor Arrigo Launches #RevereHeroes Series to Spotlight Acts of Bravery, Kindness and Selflessness April 29, 2020 – The City of Revere’s Emergency Response Team continues to take proactive steps to slow community transmission of COVID-19 and…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: May 13, 2020 Update
May 13, 2020
City Launches Multilingual "Wear One For Me" Public Awareness Campaign, Urges the Public to Protect Our Frontlines by Wearing a Mask    May 13, 2020 – The City of Revere’s Emergency Response Team continues to take proactive steps to slow…

Mayor Arrigo Op-Ed: A Reason to Smile…behind your mask
May 14, 2020
This week brought the first faint glimmer of light at the end of a dark tunnel that still stretches far out ahead of us.  Governor Baker’s announcement that we will soon begin to see some loosening in the restrictions that have curbed our lives…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: May 14, 2020 Update
May 14, 2020
Mayor Arrigo Announces First Round of Emergency Small Business Funding $108,000 to be Distributed to 39 Businesses Impacted by COVID-19   May 14, 2020 – The City of Revere’s Emergency Response Team continues to take proactive steps to slow…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: May 28, 2020 Update
May 28, 2020
Emergency Small Business Program Continues Grant Funding Small Business Office Hours Begin June 2  New Coronavirus Data Available On Revere.org   May 28, 2020 – The City of Revere’s Emergency Response Team continues to monitor impacts of the…

Joint Statement From Mayor Brian Arrigo, Superintendent Dianne Kelly, Police Chief James Guido, and Fire Chief Christopher Bright
June 1, 2020
Joint Statement From Mayor Brian Arrigo, Superintendent Dianne Kelly, Police Chief James Guido, and Fire Chief Christopher Bright June 1, 2020 –We are heartbroken and appalled by the murder of George Floyd and so many other people of color before…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: June 2, 2020 Update
June 2, 2020
Mayor Arrigo Announces Phased Return of In-Person City Operations Safety Protocols in Place for Staff Returning to City Hall City Parks and Playgrounds to Open with New Guidelines June 8 Street Sweeping Enforcement Resumes June 15   June 2, 2020…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: June 8, 2020 Update
June 8, 2020
Emergency Management Team Provides Revere Reopening Updates  Permit application for outdoor dining now available, revised customer limits in place at large retailers   June 8, 2020 – The City of Revere’s Emergency Response Team continues to…

In Support of Black Lives Matter Revere, Mayor Arrigo Joins in Unity and Announces Expansion of City’s Racial Justice Initiatives
June 9, 2020
Tuesday, June 9, 2020 -- As the City of Revere prepares to support today’s peaceful protest led by Black and Brown youth that have come together to form Black Lives Matter Revere, Mayor Arrigo joined their movement to amplify their message and…

In Partnership with United Way, Mayor Arrigo Launches Raise Up Revere Fund to Support Families and Businesses through Ongoing COVID-19 Recovery
June 18, 2020
REVERE, MA — Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo and the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley today announced the launch of the Raise Up Revere Fund, focused on meeting the immediate needs of Revere families and small businesses that have…

Mayor Arrigo and Revere Board of Health Declare Racism a Public Health Crisis
June 25, 2020
Declaration builds on ongoing racial justice initiatives and new policies to support anti-racism in Revere Thursday, June 25, 2020 -- Today Mayor Brian Arrigo was joined by Dr. Nathalee Kong, Chair of the Revere Board of Health, and Dimple Rana…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: July 1, 2020 Update
July 1, 2020
Mayor Arrigo Announces $1 Million in Rental Assistance for Revere Families Impacted by COVID-19  Lottery Application Available through July 15 July 1, 2020 – The City of Revere’s Emergency Response Team continues to monitor impacts of the…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: July 16, 2020 Update
July 16, 2020
Emergency Management Team Urges Vigilance as Confirmed Cases in Revere Trend Toward Younger Adults Federal, State and Local Health Officials Continue to Cite Mask Wearing as Best Defense Against COVID-19 July 16, 2020 – The City of Revere’s…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: August 10th Update
August 10, 2020
Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opens at Revere Beach in Partnership with Baker Polito Administration "Stop the Spread" Initiative   Travel Advisory for Tomorrow’s Mobile Revere High School Graduation Ceremony    The City of Revere’s Emergency…

A Message to RPS Families and Students from Mayor Brian Arrigo and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Dianne Kelly
August 25, 2020
A Message to RPS Families and Students from Mayor Brian Arrigo and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Dianne Kelly   Dear students and families,   The Revere School Committee and Revere School Department are committed to bringing our students back…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: September 10 Update
September 10, 2020
City’s Inspectional Services Department Increases Enforcement at Large Retailers     Revere's Positive Test Rate Drops to 5.15%      Thursday, September 10, 2020 – The City of Revere’s Emergency Response Team continues to monitor…

Revere Counts 2020 Census Team Urges Census Participation Before September 30 Deadline
September 15, 2020
Revere’s 2020 Census Response Currently Below State Average  Six Mini-Grants Awarded to Local Organizations To Ramp Up Participation  Tuesday, September 15, 2020 – Over the next two weeks, Revere Counts staff and volunteers will ramp up…

City of Revere Hosts Three Flu Clinics For Residents
October 16, 2020
Revere Board of Health Says Flu Shot Is More Important Than Ever This Year  October 16, 2020 -- As of October 16, the Revere Board of Health has been notified by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health of 2,945 positive and probable cases of…

Revere Board of Health Issues Additional Safety Guidance for Halloween and Dia de los Muertos
October 28, 2020
Traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating is strongly discouraged and indoor gatherings remain enforceable  **** Instead, Families Encouraged to attend City-Sponsored “Spooktacular Lane” ****  REVERE, MA — Today the Revere Board of Health…

Mayor Brian Arrigo Announces Kim Hanton as Chief of Staff, Acknowledges Robert Marra for 38 Years of Dedicated Service to the City of Revere
November 3, 2020
Tuesday, November 3, 2020 – Last week Mayor Brian Arrigo announced the City's Chief of Health and Human Services Kim Hanton will assume the role of Chief of Staff following the retirement of Robert Marra. Marra has served the City of Revere for 38…

With Holidays Approaching, Mayor Arrigo Shares Update on Work to Keep Revere Seniors Safe
November 23, 2020
Urges Residents to Remain Vigilant this Week Monday, November 23, 2020 – Ahead of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, today Mayor Brian M. Arrigo shared positive updates on the work being done to protect the health and safety of Revere seniors, and…

Mayor Arrigo Activates Fire Relief Fund to support Victims of Thornton St Fire
December 17, 2020
Donations may be made online or via check through January 9th, 2021 Thursday, December 17, 2020 – The Office of Mayor Brian Arrigo has begun collecting donations to the Mayor’s Fire Relief Fund to benefit the victims of last week’s tragic fire…

City of Revere Announces COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic For Home-based and Other Health Care Workers
January 20, 2021
Wednesday, January 20, 2021 – Following a successful first responder vaccination campaign, the Cities of Revere, Chelsea, and Winthrop today announced plans for another clinic to take place on Thursday, January 28. The clinic is offering 500…

Revere Board of Health Vaccinates 380 Seniors in Another Successful Clinic
February 9, 2021
Volunteers and staff at the City’s COVID-19 vaccine hotline have made contact with 1,400+ residents in first week of outreach On Friday, February 5, the Revere Board of Health hosted its fifth vaccination clinic at the Rumney Marsh Academy, this…

Revere Fire Press Release: Multiple Fire Calls on 2-6-2021
February 9, 2021
Photos by Peter Aloisi Captain Fortuna PIO On Saturday February 6, 2021 a call was received from 386 Revere Beach Parkway for a report of an odor of burning by the resident.  A box alarm was struck at 6:11 pm, Revere’s E1, E4, E5, L1and L2…

Mayor Arrigo Announces $300,000 in COVID-19 Recovery Grant Funding for 15 Revere Restaurants
March 26, 2021
REVERE -- Today Mayor Brian Arrigo announced $300,000 in grant funding will be awarded to 15 independently-run Revere restaurants to support their recovery through the spring and summer months. Following responses from dozens of qualified applicants…

City of Revere and Department of Conservation and Recreation Reach Agreement for Altered Revere Beach Parking Program
April 16, 2021
Changes Will Prioritize Resident Only Parking Mayor Brian Arrigo and Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) Commissioner Jim Montgomery today announced the City and Commonwealth have reached an agreement to alter existing…

Mayor Arrigo and Revere Board of Health Announces, Mobile May - Bringing Vaccinations To People Where They Work and Live
May 4, 2021
REVERE -- Today Mayor Brian Arrigo and the Revere Board of Health announced “Mobile May,” a campaign focused on bringing mobile vaccination clinics to different sectors of the Revere community. Mobile vaccinations have been utilized in Revere…

City of Revere Hits Halfway Milestone for Let’s Do This, Revere The 70% Vaccinated Residents Campaign for a Responsible Reopening
May 7, 2021
36% of Revere Residents Fully Vaccinated, 52% Received First Dose Mayor Arrigo Launches Revere’s Rockin’ Rebound, a Summer of Festivities for Fully Vaccinated Residents REVERE – To celebrate and inspire the rising vaccination numbers, Mayor…

Revere on the Move Urges Residents To Provide Urban Farming Ordinance Testimony at May 24 City Council Meeting
May 18, 2021
Website Created for Residents to Share Their Testimony REVERE – On Monday, May 24, 2021, the Urban Farming Ordinance will be presented to the Revere City Council after 10 years of urban farming programming to guide the development of the Urban…

Revere Board of Health Issues Guidance on Reopening Revere
May 19, 2021
Revere Will Follow State’s Guidelines With Emphasis on Getting Vaccination Numbers Up To State Average REVERE – Today, the Revere Board of Health today met to discuss reopening plans for Revere after following the announcement from the…

City of Revere Memorial Day Exercises
May 25, 2021
Revere Veterans Services Office to Host Ceremony on American Legion Lawn   Tuesday, May 25, 2021 – The City of Revere Veterans Service office will host Memorial Day Exercises on the American Legion Lawn at 11:00 AM on Monday, May 31, 2021. This…

Revere Board of Health Will Lift State of Emergency Tomorrow, June 15 in Conjunction with State COVID Guidelines
June 14, 2021
Masks No Longer Required at City Hall and Other City Buildings for Vaccinated Individuals Board of Health Still Strongly Encouraging Revere Residents to Get Vaccinated REVERE – Today the Revere Board of Health announced they will lift the State of…

Cut 21 To Open on Revere Beach This July – Plans Set for Ribbon Cutting July 3
June 24, 2021
REVERE – Today Mayor Brian Arrigo toured Cut 21, the new restaurant coming to the Ryder apartment complex on Revere Beach Boulevard, with restauranteur Michael Aldi and the team at Redgate. The restaurant is set to open soon, with a planned ribbon…

City of Revere Announces the Revere Workforce Development Plan
June 29, 2021
Initial Strategies Focus on Economic Recovery & Increasing the Talent Pipeline REVERE, MA- The City of Revere in partnership with Metropolitan Area Planning Council has completed the first-ever Revere Workforce Development Plan. Building on the work…

Mayor Arrigo Extends Fire Relief Fund to Support Families of Fire on Hyde St
June 30, 2021
Donations may be made online or via check through July 30th, 2021 REVERE – Wednesday, June 30, 2021 – The Office of Mayor Brian Arrigo has extended the donation deadline for the Mayor’s Fire Relief Fund to support the families of…

Revere Housing Stability Office Reminds Housing Stability Resources for Revere Residents
August 10, 2021
Housing funds and assistance still available for Revere tenants, landlords, and homeowners REVERE, MA – Mayor Brian Arrigo and the Revere Office of Housing Stability today remind residents of several eviction prevention resources and housing…

Mayor Brian Arrigo Welcomes Revere Students Back for 2021 School Year
August 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 REVERE, MA- For the first time since early March 2020, all 11 Revere Public Schools will be…

Risa Ferrara is September’s Public Servant of the Month
August 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…

Mayor Brian Arrigo Appoints Zachary Babo as Director of Parking
September 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…

Bill Guinasso is October’s Public Servant of the Month
October 5, 2021
Bill Guinasso pictured with his wife Christine, son AJ, and daughter Emily Q: What do you do in the City? A: I work as the City’s Construction Oversite Manager in the Department of Public Works. As part of my job, I work closely with outside…

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…

Revere High School Drive Up Testing Site Transitions to New Walk-Up Model Starting April 1st
March 29, 2022
REVERE, MA – Today the Revere Department of Public Health announced that beginning on Friday, April 1, the Revere High School Testing site will transition from a state sponsored drive up testing site to a walk-up clinic style model operated by…

Chris Alba is May’s Public Servant of the Month
May 3, 2022
REVERE, MA – Today Mayor Brian Arrigo announced Christian (Chris) Alba as May 2022’s Public Servant of the Month. Chris works in the City of Revere’s Substance Use Disorder and Homelessness Initiatives Office (SUDHI) doing outwork with our most…

Pauline Lyons is July 2022’s Public Servant of the Month
July 8, 2022
REVERE, MA – Today Mayor Brian Arrigo announced Pauline Lyons as July 2022’s Public Servant of the Month. Pauline has been helping to feed Revere’s children for 24 years through the RPS Food Services, and continues her work at the Rumney Marsh…

Veteran's Day Ceremonies and Dinner Dance
October 12, 2022
Revere Veterans’ Committee and the City of Revere Veteran’s Day Ceremonies and Dinner Dance Friday, November 11, 2022 Joseph L. Mottola VFW Post #4524 61 Lucia Ave. Revere, MA Ceremony at 5:00 PM, Meal served at 6:15 PM Pre-event Tickets sales…

Marc Hilton and Chris Fabiano are October 2022’s Public Servants of the Month
October 11, 2022
REVERE, MA – The Revere Department of Public Works and the Water and Sewer Department, despite their importance in city operations and residents’ daily lives, often goes overlooked by the general public. But let’s face it – every time…

Mayor Arrigo Responds to this Year’s Rising Energy Costs
October 11, 2022
REVERE, MA – As energy costs are slated to rise substantially in the coming months, Mayor Arrigo is taking several measures to educate residents and offer ways to save on their utility bills. The City of Revere is currently gathering educational…

Introducing Lauren Buck in her New Position as Chief of Health and Human Services
November 8, 2022
Adrienne Sacco-Maguire Starts New Role as Emergency Preparedness Manager, Following Career as Nurse at Revere Public Schools REVERE – Residents may remember Lauren Buck for her role as Director of Public Health throughout the COVID pandemic. In…

Let's Talk About Childcare in Revere!
November 21, 2022
The City of Revere is seeking to identify existing barriers to accessing quality care and listen to ideas for the future of childcare regulations in the city at an upcoming virtual forum and open house. Attend the virtual public forum to learn about…

Revere Retirement Board Receives Highest Level of Public Pension Coordinating Council (PPCC) Standards Award
December 6, 2022
REVERE, MA – The City of Revere Retirement Board is pleased to announce they have won a Standards Award by the Public Pension Coordinating Council (PPCC), which highlights the important work done by public retirement systems in the United States. …

World Cup on the Ave Event Planned for Sunday's Final Match, Hosted by Four Shirley Ave Small Businesses
December 13, 2022
REVERE, MA – This Sunday, December 18, 2022, join Revere’s Shirley Ave TDI Partnership for a World Cup Final Match celebration at four small businesses on the Ave. The event will take place at 10:00 AM EST. Shirley Ave is a multi-cultural…

Asmaa Abou-Fouda is December 2022’s Public Servant of the Month
December 20, 2022
REVERE, MA – At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Revere knew there was more they could do when it came to translating and interpreting important public health communications for various Revere communities. Asmaa Abou-Fouda…

Mayor Arrigo Unanimously Elected 2023 President of Massachusetts Mayor’s Association
January 24, 2023
REVERE – Mayor Arrigo was unanimously elected President of the Massachusetts Mayors’ Association (MMaA) during the Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Municipal Association (MMA) held at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston on January 21…

2023 Senior Water Discount Enrollment Open Until September 1, 2023
February 7, 2023
REVERE, MA – On February 1, the 2023 Revere Senior Water Discount application was officially opened, with an enrollment period until September 1, 2023. For the first time this year, if residents applied for the fiscal year 2023 41C Elderly Tax…

Dr. Stacey Mulligan is February 2023’s Public Servant of the Month
February 21, 2023
REVERE, MA – Formally known as the SeaCoast Alternative High School in Beachmont, the CityLab Innovation High School is now booming more than ever before with innovative programs, community projects, and student involvement. Dr. Stacey Mulligan…

Starting April 5, Revere Food Pantry Will Return to Original Location at First Congregational Church
February 21, 2023
Church and City seeking dedicated volunteers to assist food pantry operations REVERE, MA – Effective Wednesday April 5th, 2023, the First Congregational Church of Revere’s weekly Food Pantry Distribution will be relocating back to its original…

Revere Polar Plunge
March 1, 2023
https://fundraise.specialolympicsma.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=698  Saturday, March 25th, 2023  Registration/Check-in begins at 10:00 AM  |    Plunge at 11:00 AM  Reinstein Bandstand - Revere Beach - 350 Revere Beach…

Mayor Brian M. Arrigo Addresses Revere Residents in Letter, Will Not Seek Re-Election in 2023
March 1, 2023
REVERE, MA -- “After months of consideration with loved ones, I have decided to make 2023 my last year as Mayor of this great City of Revere. This is a bittersweet decision, as I am sad to be leaving a position that has been so rewarding, but now…

Let's Talk about Childcare in Revere!
March 6, 2023
Since last fall, the City of Revere and Child Care Advisory Committee have been working with MAPC to better understand residents’ child care needs and identify barriers in local zoning regulations to accessing quality child care providers. Please…

Revere High Softball Car Wash
April 6, 2023
Come out to help support RHS softball team. We appreciate any support.Thank you !! ❤️

Great Revere Cleanup
April 24, 2023
Great Revere Cleanup - REGISTER HERE! Saturday, May 13, 2023 9:30 am12:00 pm Add To My Calendar Come join with your family, friends, and neighbors to give Revere a thorough spring cleaning! This cleanup event offers volunteers the…

Sunday Night Concert Series
June 23, 2023
Beer garden opens at 5:00 p.m.Music begins at 6:00 p.m. Knock On Wood is a high-energy acoustic folk-rock duo, featuring singer-songwriter Howie Newman on guitar, lead vocals and harmonica. One of the most engaging performers on the local music…

MassDOT Sumner Tunnel Closure Info Meeting
May 17, 2023
Sumner Tunnel Restoration Project Virtual Public Information MeetingsWhat is happening? The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is hosting two virtual public information meetings  to update the public on the first of two full closures of the…

Acting Mayor Keefe Announces Transition Leadership Team
May 22, 2023
Keefe Brings Institutional Knowledge to Support the City of Revere Through the Transition   REVERE – Acting Mayor Patrick M. Keefe announced today his transitional leadership team, with Claudia Correa, Chief of Talent and Culture to be taking on…

Acting Mayor Keefe Presents FY2024 Budget
June 20, 2023
Investments in public safety, public works highlight budget that reflects City’s strong financial standing   REVERE, MA –Acting Mayor Patrick M. Keefe Jr. this month submitted the Fiscal Year 2024 budget to the City Council, highlighting…

Revere Department of Public Works Announce DPW Household Waste Day on Saturday, July 8, 2023
June 26, 2023
Residents welcome to drop off bulky items, hazardous materials, mattresses, and shredding materials at Revere High School Parking Lot   REVERE, MA – The Revere Department of Public Works announced today they will host a DPW Household Waste Day on…

Heat Advisory
July 26, 2023
Outdoor Cooling Stations activated at the following locations: Costa Park, Sonny Myers Park, West Revere Complex, and Harry Della Russo Stadium from 11AM-3PM this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. 

Outdoor Cooling Stations
July 25, 2023
Outdoor Cooling Stations activated at the following locations: Costa Park, Sonny Meyrs Park, West Revere Complex, and Harry Della Russo Stadium from 11AM to 3PM this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. At each site there will be misting fans, water, and…

City of Revere - Fall Festival
August 31, 2023
Saturday, September 3011:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.The City of Revere and your Parks and Recreation Department invite you to join us for this year's Fall Festival!This year's event will feature the following:* Pick your own pumpkin patch (while supplies…

Revere Beach Art Festival
August 21, 2023
To celebrate the beauty of America’s first public beach, The Revere Beach Partnership will be hosting the Revere Beach Art Festival. The day will be filled with fun activities, artists selling their incredible pieces, live music, and a Live Art…

Self-Care Body Scrub Workshop
September 11, 2023
Come join us for our self-care workshop!! Make your own organic body scrub!!!

Malden / Revere Coed Golf Team Car Wash
September 13, 2023
This is a car wash to benefit the high school students that play golf for Malden and Revere communities.

Fire Department
October 3, 2023
Fire Department The Revere Fire Department's mission is to protect the lives and property of all Revere residents. We respond to fires, medical emergencies, motor vehicle collisions, hazardous material incidents, technical rescue…

A Night Around the City/ Gala 2023
October 5, 2023
The Revere Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 2nd Annual 2023 Awards and Dinner Gala. It will be an unforgettable night filled with glamour, networking, and celebration. This year there will be exquisite dining, live entertainment, and awards.

Revere High School Named to Prestigious AP School Honor Roll for 2023
October 16, 2023
Acting Mayor Patrick M. Keefe Jr. is proud to announce that College Board named Revere High School to the Advanced Placement® Program (AP) School Honor Roll, earning Bronze distinction. The AP® School Honor Roll recognizes schools whose AP…

Acting Mayor Keefe Announces Opening of New Department of Public Works Facility in Revere
October 17, 2023
Today, Acting Mayor Patrick M. Keefe Jr. took a final walk through Revere’s brand-new Department of Public Works (DPW) facility, a significant milestone in the city's commitment to improving its infrastructure and enhancing public services. The…

Revere’s Single Largest Water System Improvement Project-Spring of 2024
October 31, 2023
Last week, the City of Revere's Purchasing Agent, Michael Piccardi, issued an invitation for public bids for one of the city's single largest water system distribution improvement projects, ever undertaken in one construction season, planned for the…

Toddler Soccer - January
December 10, 2023
Preschool soccer allows your little one to acquire practical knowledge about teamwork, sportsmanship, taking turns, and cooperation, all while engaging in physical fitness and learning the rules of the game. Parents will guide their children through…

Toddler Soccer - January
December 17, 2023
Preschool soccer allows your little one to acquire practical knowledge about teamwork, sportsmanship, taking turns, and cooperation, all while engaging in physical fitness and learning the rules of the game. Parents will guide their children through…

Kids Night Out
January 31, 2024
Kids Night Out is offered the 1st Friday of the month October through April; parents, take advantage of the time while your child enjoys games, crafts, pizza and more. Grades 1-6 only! *Price Includes pizza!

Cookie Decorating
December 6, 2023
$5 per person.Pre-registration required.Visit www.RevereRec.org

Holiday Light Contest
December 21, 2023
Holiday Light Contest Celebrate the holidays together and show off your best holiday light display through the City's inaugural Holiday Light Contest! Win the contest and start the new year off right with a free year-long…

Information Technology Department
January 30, 2024
Information Technology The IT Department provides timely and accurate technical support to all city departments, maintains the phone system as well as audio/visual equipment. We support the integration of new initiatives and…

Inspectional Services Department
January 30, 2024
Inspectional Services Department About Us The Inspectional Services Department (ISD) is made up of four primary divisions. The Building Division ensures the safety and welfare of the general public by…

Short Term Rental Office
January 31, 2024
Office of Short Term Rental The Short-term Rental Office regulates the legal operation and registration of Short-Term rentals in the City of Revere, protects the safety of renters and residents, ensures that the primary use…

Department of Weights and Measures
January 31, 2024
Department of Weights and Measures The Department of Weights and Measures enforces all laws, ordinances and regulations relating to the accuracy of weight and measuring devices used by local businesses, including taxi meters and…

Out of School Time Educator-Group Leader
February 6, 2024

Summer Youth Job Application Now Available
February 5, 2024
As part of the Mayor's Summer Youth Program, the City of Revere is now accepting applications from middle school, high school and college students age 15-21 (as of May 1) who are seeking summer employment experience with the City of Revere. You must…

BHM Meet the Author: Alan R. Earls
January 11, 2024
Local historian and author, Alan R. Earls will present this compelling and informative talk and slide presentation covering Edward W. Brooke III's life.

The Hate U Give Movie Viewing
January 11, 2024
Come to the library for a viewing of The Hate U Give. This movie is rated PG-13.

Story Time at The Library
January 16, 2024
Come listen to a story read by Children's Librarian, Lisa. Followed by a craft for ages 0-5.

CDBG Public Hearing #2
March 21, 2024
The Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD) will hold a public hearing on April 2, 2024 at 5:30pm in the City Hall Council Chambers at 281 Broadway, Revere, MA 02151. At this public hearing, the DPCD will describe the proposed uses…

Revere Beach Summer Music Series
May 21, 2024
The Revere Beach Summer Music Series is part of Next Stop Revere and Revere Beach Partnership’s efforts to increase community values and tourism in the city of Revere with a pop-up music series. For 7 weeks between June and August, we plan to have…

Revere Beach Summer Music Series
June 26, 2024
The Revere Beach Summer Music Series is part of Next Stop Revere and Revere Beach Partnership’s efforts to increase community values and tourism in the city of Revere with a pop-up music series. For 7 weeks between June and August, we plan to have…

Revere Beach Summer Music Series
July 3, 2024
The Revere Beach Summer Music Series is part of Next Stop Revere and Revere Beach Partnership’s efforts to increase community values and tourism in the city of Revere with a pop-up music series. For 7 weeks between June and August, we plan to have…

Revere Beach Summer Music Series
July 17, 2024
The Revere Beach Summer Music Series is part of Next Stop Revere and Revere Beach Partnership’s efforts to increase community values and tourism in the city of Revere with a pop-up music series. For 7 weeks between June and August, we plan to have…

Beautify Revere
May 14, 2024
Beautify Revere 2024 The City of Revere is proud to celebrate Earth Day with our spring cleanup initiatives!   PLEASE RSVP HERE  Expand All…

Revere Food Trucks
May 30, 2024
Revere Food Trucks In June 2020, the City of Revere approved an ordinance to allow the operation of mobile food vendors within the city limits. Historically, mobile food vendor…

New Park Dedicated to Lifelong Revere Resident
June 3, 2024
REVERE, MA – On June 10, 2024, at 3:00pm, the City of Revere is slated to host the grand opening and dedication of Lt. John Jones Memorial Park, located in North Revere at the corner of Hywood Street and Breedens Lane. The City of Revere is looking…

City Announces Elderly & Disabled Tax Relief Program and Water Bill Relief Program
June 6, 2024
REVERE, MA-- Mayor Patrick Keefe announced this week that the applications for the Elderly & Disabled Residents Tax Relief Program and the Water and Sewer Relief Program for Disabled Residents will be available in the City Treasurer’s Office on the…

Healthy Living
June 27, 2024
City of Revere Healthy Living The City of Revere's Public Health Department is committed to promoting health equity so that all Revere residents have opportunities to lead healthier lives, raise healthier families, and build a…

City Council Unanimously Approves Mayor Keefe’s FY2025 Budget
July 8, 2024
REVERE, MA – This week the Revere City Council unanimously approved the City of Revere’s FY2025 Budget. Prepared and submitted by Mayor Patrick M. Keefe Jr. and Chief Financial Officer Rich Viscay, the FY2025 budget totals $274 million, with…

Revere 311
July 8, 2024
Revere 311 311 is the one-stop central resource for residents to interact with Revere City Hall. Whether you have a request for non-emergency service such as a filling a pothole, or you need to be directed to a particular…

Opioid Abatement Funding
July 3, 2024
Opioid Abatement Funding Introduction Allocating Funds Community Input Survey Revere's Opioid Abatement Working Group Agenda & Meeting Minutes Introduction & Background In response…

Colombian Flag Raising & Celebration
July 8, 2024
Join Las Parceritas in collaboration with the City of Revere for a festive celebration of Colombia's Independence Day! The event will kick off with a ceremonial flag raising in front of City Hall from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Following the flag raising…

Annual Lemonade Stand Fundraiser to Fight Childhood Cancer
July 8, 2024
The Lemonettes host an annual Alex's Lemonade Stand. Since 2012, the Martelli girls have raised nearly $60K and the event has become a city wide celebration of building community, fighting cancer and helping children battle this horrible disease…

Colombian Flag Raising & Celebration
July 8, 2024
Join Las Parceritas in collaboration with the City of Revere for a festive celebration of Colombia's Independence Day! The event will kick off with a ceremonial flag raising in front of City Hall from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Following the flag raising…

Consumer Affairs
July 11, 2024
Consumer Affairs Consumer Affairs Office works with the Attorney General’s Office providing consumer information, resources and education.  We offer a free, voluntary mediation service that tries to help resolve matters…

Department of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)
July 11, 2024
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Our mission is to cultivate a city where diversity is celebrated, equity is ensured, and inclusion is embedded in every facet of community life. We advocate and provide inclusive city services…

Revere Beach Farmer's Market to Open July 26
July 11, 2024
REVERE, MA – Starting Friday, July 26, the City of Revere, in partnership with the City's Department of Public Health, Next Stop Revere, Revere Beach Partnership, and several local vendors, will host an expanded Farmer's Market at a new Revere…

CDBG Program
July 15, 2024
CDBG Program The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program is a Federal grant program that provides funding for cities to address the causes and consequences of poverty principally through activities…

City of Revere, Massachusetts
July 17, 2024
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