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Street cleaning update
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Daytime street cleaning starts in the North End, South End, Beacon Hill, and Roxbury on Wednesday, March 1.
More street cleaning info

Saturday, February 25

Street Sweeping

Street Cleaning

There is no daytime street cleaning on Saturdays. Overnight street cleaning is on a normal schedule.

Municipal Buildings Alert A red exclamation point in a cirlce.

Building Closures

All libraries and some community centers are open. All other municipal buildings are closed.

Trash and Recycling Alert A red exclamation point in a cirlce.

Trash and recycling

There is no residential trash and recycling pickup on Saturdays.

Parking Meters

Parking Meters

Parking meters are operating normally today.

Tow Lot

Tow Lot

The tow lot is open from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Automated kiosks are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for vehicle releases.

Complete our annual census
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Add your name to the census by mail, in person, over the phone, or online.
Learn about the census

News and Announcements

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Feb 24

City hosts public meeting to discuss Rutherford Avenue/Sullivan Square design project

Transportation
Downtown
Feb 24

Transportation Department takes steps to improve safety on Chinatown streets

Transportation
Mayor Martin J. Walsh
Feb 23

Statement from Mayor Martin J. Walsh

Mayor's Office
Downtown
Feb 22

2017 Poetry Program submissions now available

Arts and Culture

Upcoming Events

City Hall to Go Truck
Feb 25

City Hall To Go Cart: Dorchester

Family Gym
Feb 25

Family Gym at BCYF Blackstone

Family Gym
Feb 25

Family Gym at BCYF Holland

Family Gym
Feb 25

Family gym at BCYF Madison Park

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh

Contact: Mayor's Office

Mayor Martin J. Walsh

Meet the Mayor

Mayor Martin J. Walsh, an accomplished advocate for working people and a proud product of the City of Boston, was sworn in as the City’s 54th Mayor on January 6, 2014. 

Learn more about Mayor Walsh