Early Voting

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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First 2017 Meeting of Revere Commission on Disabilities To Be Held January 10 at 6 PM
December 15, 2016
After a long absence, the Revere Commission on Disabilities has been revived for 2017. This panel works to identify and address issues relating to persons with disabilities in the City of Revere, including offering policy suggestions to the Mayor and…

DEP GRANT WILL BOLSTER CITY’S RECYCLING EFFORTS
April 5, 2019
Mayor Brian Arrigo announced that the City was awarded a $40,000 grant by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to implement a “Recycling IQ” kit that will bolster the city’s ongoing efforts to encourage residents to recycle…

Conservation Commission
February 21, 2024
Conservation Commission The Revere Conservation Commission protects the wetlands of the City by controlling the activities deemed to have a significant effect upon wetland values, including but not limited to the following:…

Mayor Arrigo Presents 2022 Budget
June 22, 2021
Driving Progress from Pandemic through investments in Technology, Greater Efficiencies, Capacity Building and Equity for Health and Human Services and Economic Development Departments  Revere- Tuesday, June 22, 2021- Mayor Brian Arrigo today…

3rd Annual Revere Shines Citywide Cleanup Brings Out Hundreds of Residents, Businesses, and Community Groups
April 30, 2013
This year’s Annual Clean-Up Day, “Revere Shines” which was held this past Saturday was a huge success! More than 500 volunteers across the city helped clean up parks, school playgrounds, islands, and streets. After the clean-up, the volunteers…

Harvard Graduate Students Share Ideas with the Community
April 7, 2015
From Wonderland to Beachmont, the City of Revere has tremendous potential to define its future. The coastal district has spectacular beachfront and transit access, but also must contend with climate change, storm resiliency, vacant and underutilized…

Mayor Arrigo Issues Heat Safety Advisory & Continues Collaboration with State Partners to Ensure Safe Environment at Revere Beach
May 20, 2022
“As Revere Beach looks to welcome visitors this weekend, the City of Revere continues to collaborate with our state partners to ensure the necessary resources are available to ensure a family-friendly environment at America’s first public…

Mayor Arrigo Announces Quarter of Million Dollar COVID-19 Restaurant Recovery Grant Program
February 18, 2021
Application Now Available at Revere.org/SmallBusiness REVERE, MA- Today, Mayor Brian Arrigo announced the launch of an innovative pilot grant program aimed at boosting the recovery of Revere’s local, independent restaurants in the spring and summer…

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…

City of Revere Response to COVID-19: June 19, 2020 Update
June 19, 2020
June 19, 2020 – The City of Revere’s Emergency Response Team continues to monitor impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and develop policies and procedures to maintain public health and safety for all in Revere. As of June 19th, the Revere Board of…

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