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Massachusetts Department of Public Health has now identified Revere and 12 other surrounding communities as a moderate risk level for West Nile Virus
September 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…

Mayor Arrigo Addresses His Frustration with Quality Inn Proposal to Boston Public Health Commission
September 21, 2021
It is with immense frustration that I write to you today regarding continued rumors of plans your agency has for the City of Revere. Specifically, I am disappointed in the Boston Public Health Commission’s operations, communications, and…

Mayor Arrigo Launches Community Engagement Survey For Use of American Rescue Plan Act Federal Funding
October 12, 2021
Residents have ability to provide feedback on how ARPA money should be spent in an online engagement tool REVERE – Today, Mayor Arrigo launched a community engagement survey for use of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) federal funding. Earlier…

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…

Mayor Arrigo and the Revere Department of Planning and Community Development Distribute $380,000 in CDBG Funds to 38 Revere Small Businesses
April 26, 2022
REVERE – Over the next few weeks, Mayor Brian Arrigo and The City of Revere Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD) will distribute $380,000 in Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) to 38 small business owners who operate in the…

City of Revere Department of Planning and Community Development and Mayor Brian Arrigo Announces Broadway Small Business District Technical Support Program
July 5, 2022
Applications Open July 11, 2022, Program Focused on Financial Management, Marketing, and Business Expansion Strategies  REVERE, MA – Today the Revere Department of Planning and Community Development and Mayor Brian Arrigo announced the Broadway…

With Community Assistance, Revere Police Make Arrest in Lantern Road Hate Crime
July 1, 2020
Mayor Arrigo Applauds Diligence of Revere Police, Office of District Attorney Rachael Rollins for Collaborative Work Ending in Suspect's Arrest  REVERE, MA - Revere Police Department last night arrested Jason Pagliuca, 38, of Revere in connection…

Broadway Business Recovery Plan Community Meeting
May 17, 2021
REVERE -- Mayor Arrigo and the Office of Planning and Development, in partnership with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), will co-host a Broadway Business Recovery Plan Meeting on Tuesday, May 25th, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom.  The…

City of Revere Celebrates Jim Rose for his Commitment to Public Service
May 11, 2021
Revere's Parking Director Announces Retirement in June  REVERE – Today Jim Rose, Director of the Revere Parking Department, announced his plans to retire in June. Rose has worked as Director of Parking for three years in the City of Revere and…

Meet Tom Skwierawski, the City’s New Chief of Planning and Community Development
October 25, 2022
REVERE, MA – Monday, October 17 marked Tom Skwierawski’s first day as the City of Revere’s new Chief of Planning and Community Development. Tom worked in the City of Fitchburg for the last eight years, where he was Executive Director of…

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