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The Urban Wilds program engaged residents in planting and watering new trees over Arbor Day weekend.

Learn about findings from the 2021 Living and Learning Debt Survey.

Local artists are invited to apply to paint City-owned utility boxes with their original designs.

Since 2014, we have sought ideas on how to make Boston’s public spaces more delightful and beautiful through the Public Space Invitational, our annual civic design competition. In 2021, we focused on...

Read a statement from Alexandra Valdez, the Executive Director of the Mayor's Office of Women's Advancement, on the recent news related to the Supreme Court and Roe v. Wade.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the residential building at 36 Shepard Street in Brighton.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the commercial building at 39-45 and 51 Dudley Street in Roxbury.

$39,000 goes to nonprofits to support mental health programming for immigrant communities.

Update: We have completed maintenance on The City of Boston's Supplier Portal. Please see below for tips on how to access the Supplier Portal.

During this week’s Council meeting, Councilor Edwards said her goodbyes to her colleagues and the residents of Charlestown, North End, and East Boston. Councilor Edwards will continue her work on...

Boston, an area long inhabited by the Massachusett Tribe, was conceived and established in 1630 by the arriving English colonists as a Town.

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution, offered by Councilor Anderson Fernandes, to commence making Eid al-Fitr a holiday recognized by the City of Boston.

MBTA bus fares have increased by more that 200 percent since 1991, more than double the rate of inflation.

Starbucks workers in over 200 of 9,000 company-operated stores nationally, including here in Boston, have filed to unionize, demonstrating their desire to be represented by unions such as Starbucks...

This month, we look at self care, awareness around mental health, and its impacts.

Mayor Wu's National Reentry Week announcement showcases the administration’s commitment to supporting all residents with access to opportunities despite background.

Boston Artists-in-Residence is a civic partnership between socially-engaged artists and City departments.

Mayor Wu's proposed investments in homeownership are part of an unprecedented commitment of $380 million to address housing affordability and stability.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the commercial building at 581 American Legion Highway in Roslindale.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the residential building at 211 East Eagle Street in East Boston.

How well is Boston’s park system working for you? What improvements do we need to make over the next seven years?

The City to launch an Extreme Temperatures Response Task Force and expand cooling strategies including a new Cool Roof Grant Program, pop-up cooling support for 30 community organizations, and a...

Mayor Michelle Wu today relaunched the City of Boston’s Contracting Opportunity Fund with an additional $800,000 available to assist small, local businesses in building their capacity to bid on City...

Citing a 65% increase in COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks, the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) today urged residents to get tested, stay home if feeling unwell, keep up to date on their...

At the corner of Walnut Avenue and Crescent Avenue in Mount Hope Cemetery sits a granite sarcophagus-shaped monument with the epitaph: “The best part of the record of every man’s life is what he has...

Join us on a photo tour of Boston during the Blizzard of '78.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the selection of research and consulting firm David Paul Rosen & Associates (DRA) to study Boston’s Inclusionary Development Policy, as well as an 11-member Technical...

Devin Quirk will serve as Deputy Chief for Operations and Organizational Transformation, and the City will hire a Deputy Chief of Urban Design to help drive the Mayor’s vision for planning that builds...

Since the fall of 2019, City of Boston’s Archaeology Program has been hard at work digitizing hundreds of thousands of artifacts thanks to a $350,000 grant from the National Endowment for the...

Among the 50,000 women who registered to vote in Boston in 1920, a large number worked in various occupations in the city’s department stores.

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