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 Michelle Wu and the City Council with the assistance of various departments, agencies, and commissions.
Michelle Wu is the Mayor of Boston. She is a daughter of immigrants, Boston Public Schools mom to two boys, MBTA commuter, and fierce believer that we can solve our deepest challenges through building community. As Mayor, Michelle is working in coalition to deliver bold, systemic change and make Boston a city for everyone.
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Boston, MA 02201-2013
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Mayor Wu's State of the City Address
Mayor Wu delivered her first State of the City Address on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, at MGM Music Hall.
$3.4 Million in Neighborhood Jobs Trust Funding Awarded to 26 Community Organizations
Request for Proposals Sought to Renovate, Rebuild, and Reimagine White Stadium
Community Preservation Act Funding Allocated for 56 Projects Totaling More Than $40 Million
Recognition from the Mayor
Executive Ordersexecutive orders
- January 26, 2023 - An Order Establishing the Boston Planning Advisory Council
Major reportsMajor reports
Learn how we are creating a Boston that is inclusive and provides ladders of opportunity for all.
The plan calls for a bold redesign of the way Boston cares for its homeless citizens.
The report provides a benchmark for the efforts to diversify the municipal workforce.
Boston 2030 is the City's strategy to responsibly plan for that growth.
Boston's American Rescue Plan
Learn how Boston is investing our federal stimulus funds in an equitable, effective, and transparent way.
My Brother’s Keeper Boston
In 2014, President Obama started the national initiative My Brother's Keeper. We want to address persistent opportunity...
Learn about the initiative designed to inform the Mayor and city managers about the overall health of the City.