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Mayor Wu announced a heat emergency in the City of Boston through Wednesday, July 17. Cooling centers will be open at 14 BCYF community centers Monday through Wednesday, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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Mayor Michelle Wu today announced a heat emergency for the City of Boston beginning tomorrow, July 15 through Wednesday, July 17, due to the upcoming extreme weather forecasts.

A total of 1,200 new trees were planted along Boston’s streets this spring!

The City of Boston would like to congratulate JUAN ESTEBAN MUNOZ GOMEZ And NORMA VID GOMEZ LOPEZ on their recent marriage!

Mayor Michelle Wu announced new disability-aware standards for City resources and the collection of disability data from residents throughout government processes. This Disability Data Standard will...

Staff changes made to Registry, Public Records, and Parking Clerk

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu and the Community Engagement Cabinet announced the 40 recipients of a $100,000 investment in youth sports programming serving BPS students through the Mayor’s Youth Sports...

The results of our recent Youth Quality Feedback Survey confirmed the impact BCYF has had on generation’s of Boston’s youth and families and has been known before only through individual stories.

Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

New multi-sector partnership between the City, the Boston Public Health Commission, Boston Community Health Collaborative, and $10 million investment from Atrius Health Equity Foundation.

The NITE Committee will support City efforts to foster a more fun, equitable and family-friendly nightlife economy that benefits residents across neighborhoods

We want to know how investments in transit will help you in the City of Boston.

Mayor Michelle Wu and the City’s Office of Tourism, Sports and Entertainment today announced the release of “Dear Summer Vol. 2.” This annual mixtape features songs and mixes from artists and DJs in...

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced a heat advisory for the City of Boston beginning today, July 9, through Friday, July 12, due to the upcoming weather forecasts.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the launch of the "Ideas in Action,” Boston’s first citywide participatory budgeting (PB) initiative open to all Boston residents. Residents will have the opportunity...

Mayor Michelle Wu joined Boston Parks Commissioner Ryan Woods, elected officials, and the Dorchester community on June 26 to cut the ribbon on improvements to Mother’s Rest Park at Four Corners. The...

So far, the Boston Tax Help Coalition (BTHC) has served over 11,000 clients and completed nearly 11,500 tax returns during the 2024 tax season, a 12% increase from last year. The tireless work has put...

Mayor Michelle Wu today marked the first official day of the City of Boston’s new Planning Department. This is the first time in 70 years that Boston has had a Planning Department, restoring planning...

This month, we look at Boston’s wealth of summer activities.

Renovated former Boston Public School building creates 74 LGBTQ-friendly mixed-income apartments for older Boston residents and over 10,000 square feet of community space

Âs Nupumukômun (We Still Dance) is a multi-media performance featuring members of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah)

Northeastern University’s co-op program provides students the opportunity to alternate semesters of academic study with periods of full-time work; students are able to transform work across academic...

Massachusetts is home to the largest Cabo Verdean population in the United States, with many well-known Cabo Verdeans in fields such as the arts, medicine, academia, public health, education, non...

Barbara Rhodes, a Children’s Librarian for the Boston Public Libraries in Jamaica Plain for 30 years, passed away on May 21, 2024 at the age of 68. At a board meeting on May 16, 2024, while Barbara...

Steward Health Care System, LLC (Steward) is an integrated healthcare system and one of the nation’s largest private for-profit healthcare networks, owning over 30 hospitals in nine states, including...

55 Bus

This week, the Council declared June 26, 2024 as “#55 Bus Day” in the City of Boston. The 55 Bus Coalition – a grassroots community advocacy effort led by the Fenway Community Development Corporation...

Mayor Michelle Wu announced the contractors selected by the City of Boston to expand access to electric vehicle charging with a curbside demonstration program. Building new curbside charging stations...

Mayor Michelle Wu announced the appointments of Ricardo Patrón as Deputy Chief of Staff and Emma Pettit as Press Secretary. Pettit will begin serving as Press Secretary on July 1, 2024. Patrón will...

The following is a public health warning related to a recent sewage discharge, also known as a combined sewer overflow (CSO).

Mayor Michelle Wu was joined on Saturday, June 22 by the Longfellow Area Neighborhood Association (LANA), elected officials, and community members to cut the ribbon on improvements to the Roslindale...

Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

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