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By working with a local partner, we’re keeping ourselves honest when it comes to accessibility.

As the temperatures rise in Boston, the arrival of summer is all but confirmed. Recreation, much...

We're making $1.5 million available to organizations to increase access, acceptance, and uptake in...

The free, 24-hour internet and pop-up workstations help to bridge the digital divide, beat the...

During this week’s City Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution recognizing June as...

This week, the Council honored its Caribbean-American residents and communities by adopting a...

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many with numerous challenges and unprecedented burdens, forcing...

In total, $110,000 will be available to nonprofit organizations serving youth.

The Task Force will revisit and modernize the current voluntary Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT)...

Learn more about how the City of Boston is honoring the anniversary of the day in 1865 when all...

During the 2020 election, we used our City brand to help bring trust and clarity to the voting...

First-time homebuyers will receive up to $40,000 and City service contractors will be guaranteed...

A program for Bostonians with special needs that provides structured activities and fun!

Review recent changes to the Police Reform Policy at the Boston Police Department.

The property at 108 Walter Street in Roslindale was transferred to the Boston Conservation...

Welcome to the Department of Neighborhood Development’s monthly newsletter.

The City is seeking applications for a Community Advisory Board that will help guide the development...

June is Pride Month, a time to celebrate and recognize the contributions of Boston’s LGBTQIA...

Mayor Janey took two key steps to democratize Boston’s budget building process.

The heat emergency will last from Sunday, June 6, through Tuesday, June 8.

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department and the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) have...

This Community Advisory Board will work to development guidelines for the climate resilience, equity...

The application is to demolish the house and garage at 64-66 Lane Park in Brighton.

The application is to demolish the house at 123 Nottinghill Road in Brighton.

The application is to demolish the three-story building at 89 Shirley Street in Roxbury.

The application is to demolish the one story commercial building at 7-11 Curtis Street in East...

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