Schools shift to all remote learning
Due to a rising COVID-19 infection rate in the City, all Boston Public Schools students will shift to remote learning effective Thursday, October 22.
City department hours
City Hall is open to the public on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. If you need to visit a department, you must make an appointment.
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Getting involved

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From voting to planting at a community garden, there are dozens of ways to get involved and better your community. 

City Council

Attend a meeting and find out how government works first-hand.

Meetings are held at Boston City Hall. You can also watch live online.

Watch a hearing


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Love Your Block

Apply for mini-grants for neighborhood improvement projects in local neighborhoods.

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Community Gardens

Neighborhoods across the City boast community gardens and plots of every size.

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Neighborhood Crime Watch

Address problems across the City through partnerships with police and other agencies.

Love Your Block

Love Your Block offers mini-grants and neighborhood cleanups for beautification projects.

We want Bostonians to help revitalize their neighborhoods, one block at a time.

Love Your Block

Spark Boston

Let us know what matters to you.

SPARK Boston is made up of engaged and active young adults who want Boston to be the best place possible for 20-34 year olds.

Spark Boston