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

The Boston Landmarks Commission has posted a study report on the proposed designation of the Hotel Buckminster as a Landmark under Chapter 772 of the Acts of 1975, as amended.

The transformed community space on the country’s first public park is designed to reimagine open space activation and downtown revitalization.

Family-friendly, pedestrian-focused events added to Allston-Brighton and East Boston. Open Streets returns to Dorchester, Jamaica Plain, and Roxbury.

Small in size but rich in history, the Bay Village Historic District has its own special charm.

Commission Also Provides Recommendations for Bivalent Doses

The Cadet Program was designed to help ensure sworn members of Boston Fire Department better represent City demographic.

Young Black Leaders Boston is designed for young Black men and boys between the ages of 13 and 17 in Boston high schools who wa nt to become more civically engaged leaders in their communities.

This month, we celebrate mental health month by sharing important and valuable community based and national resources.

The public is advised to avoid contact with affected water bodies for at least 48 hours after a sewage discharge or overflow, during rainstorms, and for 48 hours after rainstorms end, due to increased...

The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) today hosted a day-long conference on health equity that brought together local elected officials, public health leaders, health care providers, researchers...

Looking for outdoor fun this summer? Check out the Boston Parks and Recreation Department's complete schedule of free events and activities for all ages. Visit the Parks website to learn more.

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

We're remembering those lost on the job in Boston.

Learn more about how we provide financial help to Boston residents.

Annual enrollment is open for City of Boston workers from May 1 - May 19, 2023. We have information to help you determine whether you need to take action.

The City of Boston’s Election Department is reminding voters in the 9th and 10th Suffolk Representative Districts that the upcoming Special State Primary Elections to fill the vacancies following the...

Public-private partnership would deliver a new home for Boston Public Schools athletics and a better resource for students, families, and the community.

The school community honored the late visionary Boston leader with a school renaming ceremony.

For her residency, Boston Artist-in-Residence Lily Xie has been working with Kristina Ricco, Senior Planner at the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA).

Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures. People attending these events are encouraged to walk, bike, or take public transit.

A new transit-oriented, 135-unit affordable mixed-use housing community has opened in Mattapan Square.

In Boston's Ward 14, over 1900 women registered to vote in 1920. We’ve finished transcribing our Ward 14 Women’s Voter Registers and the data is now available at Analyze Boston.

New funding will help make commercial rents more accessible in affordable housing developments across the City

The program will service up to 30,000 households across the City.

Congratulations to longtime Boston Parks and Recreation Department (BPRD) staff member Aldo Ghirin who retired on March 3 after 33 years with the City of Boston.

Over 300 youth are able to register for slots across all programming.

Investment in murals across the City to foster neighborhood placemaking, support summer activations, and revitalize communities.

Mayor Michelle Wu and the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee (CPC) today announced the approval of 56 projects totaling over $40 million through the Community Preservation Act (CPA).

242 Norwell Street and 78 Spencer Street feature two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. Both homes have hardwood floors, a paved driveway, and an unfinished attic.

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