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The planned renovation of Roxbury’s Clifford Playground will be receiving $1 million from the latest round of federally-funded Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grants announced by the Healey...

­­­The Urban Forestry Division partnered with the community to bring shade and beauty to Brighton.

Morton Station Village created 40 units of mixed-income on a long-vacant site in Mattapan.

On January 10, 2024, the Boston Landmarks Commission posted an amended study report on the proposed designation of The Ropewalk in Charlestown as a Landmark under Chapter 772 of the Acts of 1975, as...

On December 1, 2023, the Boston Landmarks Commission posted a study report on the proposed designation of the Richardson Block as a Landmark under Chapter 772 of the Acts of 1975, as amended.

This week, the Council adopted a resolution commemorating Veterans’ Day and honoring all those who served our country. The resolution, offered by Council President Flynn and Councilor Murphy, touched...

Ellis Early Learning, formerly known as Ellis Memorial and Eldredge House, was founded in 1885, and evolved into a settlement house in its early years. It is a movement that believed strongly in...

Allison Vernerey will serve as the Executive Director of YEO alongside Deputy Director Adeola Ebekozien and Strategic Consultant Li Liang.

The City will launch the first coastal resilience project that will span multiple private properties to protect the East Boston community from current and future flooding

Fruit Puree found to have “extremely high concentrations of lead”

Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

This application is to fill the seats on the Boston School Committee that will be vacant starting January 4, 2024

In Boston's Ward 19, over 2,400 women registered to vote in 1920. We’ve finished transcribing our Ward 19 Women’s Voter Registers and the data is now available at Analyze Boston.

This November, we take the time to honor family caregivers and highlight resources that serve them and their families.

Mayor signs proclamation reaffirming City’s commitment to bolstering economic mobility for minority-owned and women-owned local businesses

Mark your calendars and prepare to join the Boston Parks and Recreation Department to celebrate the holiday season with their 2023 schedule of lighting celebrations in City of Boston parks. Please...

Updated COVID vaccines available at city sites beginning November 1

The Republic of Türkiye, founded on October 29, 1923, by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, marks its 100-year centennial on October 29, 2023, celebrating a century of progress, democracy, and cultural diversity.

During this week’s City Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution recognizing October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Last week, the Council adopted a resolution supporting the Boston Transportation Department’s efforts to transform New Edgerly Road into a pedestrian plaza. This week, the Council adopted a resolution...

This week, the City Council adopted a resolution to change the name of Faneuil Hall, thereby beginning a process of addressing anti-Black racist symbols prevalent in Boston.

Twelve thousand New England janitors, including over 5,000 who work in the City of Boston, are currently in contract negotiations and hope to achieve fair and reasonable goals of higher wages, more...

Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

Read the latest updates from the Mayor's Office of Housing.

On October 23, the Mayor’s Office of Housing, Oxbow Urban LLC, the Secretary of The Executive Office of Housing and Livable Communities (EOHLC), MassHousing, and local elected officials celebrated the...

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Lindsey Santana as a new Deputy Director of the Office of Neighborhood Services (ONS) and Lydia Polaski as the new South Boston Neighborhood Liaison. The Office of...

During the week of October 30, 2023, the City of Boston is planning a week of exciting announcements and workshop opportunities for businesses to participate in City contracting.

Read about the Inspirational stories of two Boston Early Childhood Fellows. For the full stories of the two fellows, Amal Salah and Danielle Grant access the article here.

The Planning Office for Urban Affairs and the Fenway Community Development Corporation will renovate and preserve affordable housing in the Fenway Neighborhood

The new app will alert residents of unsecured Wi-Fi networks, unsafe apps in Android, system tampering, and more.

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