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Mayor's Office

Our mission is to provide executive leadership, as well as set priorities and goals for the City and its neighborhoods.

The City of Boston is governed by Mayor Kim Janey and the City Council with the assistance of various departments, agencies, and commissions.

Mayor Kim Janey

Kim Janey is the 55th Mayor of Boston. Mayor Janey is leading Boston through the COVID-19 pandemic with a citywide agenda for recovery, reopening and renewal. A proud fourth-generation Roxbury resident, Mayor Janey comes from a long line of educators, entrepreneurs, artists, and advocates.

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1 City Hall Square, Suite 500
Boston, MA 02201-2013
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Janey Transition Report

Recommendations from the Kim Janey Mayoral Transition Committee:

View transition report

Latest news

Request for Proposals released for Green and Mobility Workforce Development

Request for Proposals released for Green and Mobility Workforce Development

Mayor's Office
Mayor Janey announces Housing Stability Agenda

Mayor Janey announces Housing Stability Agenda

Neighborhood Development
Mayor calls for withdrawal of Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan

Mayor calls for withdrawal of Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan

Mayor's Office
What you need to know about the mask requirements

What you need to know about the mask requirements

Mayor's Office
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Boston's movement to end racism

The City of Boston is embracing the opportunity this moment and movement offer us to produce lasting, systemic change. We want to eliminate all the ways that racism and inequality harm our residents.

Ending racism in Boston

CityScore

Learn about the initiative designed to inform the Mayor and city managers about the overall health of the City.

More on Key Metrics

Meet the Cabinet Heads

Cabinet Heads
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