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Gospel Fest is New England’s largest Gospel music celebration and is free and open to all.

This application is to fill the recent vacancy on the Boston School Committee for the remainder of the term ending January 1, 2024

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has announced the official release of the 2023-2029 Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP). The plan provides an analysis of the existing open space network...

Building on the City’s commitment to a safe, healthy, joyful summer and empowering local artists, Mayor Michelle Wu and the City’s Tourism, Sports and Entertainment Office today announced the...

BOSTON – JULY 17, 2023 – The following is a public health warning related to a recent sewage discharge, also known as a combined sewer overflow (CSO). State regulations require local public health...

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

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the City will launch a new “Downtown Office to Residential Conversion Pilot Program,” a public-private partnership program to incentivize the conversion of...

Mark your calendar and bring your friends and family to a fun and free Neighborhood Fun Fest Party.

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

This multi-year transformative investment funded by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) supports arts and cultural organizations in reimagining a more creative and equitable city.

The Urban Forestry Division has treated 1,165 ash trees to protect against the invasive insect this June.

Boston Summer Eats meals are available to youth 18 years and younger for free at over 100 sites

New initiative to raise awareness of pedestrians with disabilities across Boston’s neighborhoods

Mayor Michelle Wu today joined Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF), the Human Services Cabinet, the Public Facilities Department, elected officials, and South Boston residents to officially...

The funding will support community-led agriculture projects.

City seeking proposals to contract further installation on curbsides citywide to enhance availability of public accessible charger

City reopens BCYF Paris Street Pool following $10.2 million renovation

TeenVentures to give easy access to activities citywide through partnerships with local youth organization

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s 2023 ParkARTS Citywide Neighborhood Concert Series offers top-notch musical entertainment in local parks from July 10 through August 9.

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s live music offerings continue in 2023, with a series of Wednesday evening summer concerts on the patios at the City of Boston’s two golf course clubhouses.

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.

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution recognizing the month of June 2023 as Immigrant Heritage Month. The celebration of Immigrant Heritage Month started in 2014, to...

The Council also adopted a resolution recognizing July 1, 2023 as Somali Independence Day. The Independence Day of Somalia is a national holiday observed annually in Somalia, and the diaspora...

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela declared its independence on July 5, 1811, marking a significant moment in the country's history and its journey towards self-determination. Venezuela Day...

The Council adopted a resolution in support of in-state tuition for undocumented immigrants in Massachusetts. Undocumented immigrants residing in Massachusetts often face significant financial...

BOSTON – June 30, 2023 – The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) and Mayor Wu are recognizing Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month this June to draw attention to the more than 6 million Americans...

This month, we look at Boston’s wealth of summer activities.

The City of Boston is home to diverse immigrant populations. For many immigrants living in Boston, equity is still out of reach due to factors like economic opportunities, and language barriers. Under...

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