Representing Boston's women
The City is committed to celebrating the importance and contributions of Boston's women.
Women's History Month
Women’s History Month is an opportunity for Bostonians to engage with stories of women who contribute to public life.
This year, we'll be focusing on the stories of women of different ages, backgrounds, and gender identities. We want to honor their leadership and resilience.
Knox: The E-Cargo Trike
The Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics added an electric-assist cargo tricycle to the City's fleet of vehicles.
The tricycle was named after Katherine “Kittie” Knox. In the 1880s, the West End resident confronted racial and gender stereotypes in Boston’s bicycling community.