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The Boston Transportation Department is reminding drivers that Mission Hill Resident Parking Permits will expire on Tuesday, June 30, 2015. Notices have been sent to current permit holders advising...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined City officials to highlight the cross-departmental measures the City of Boston is taking to keep residents and visitors safe this summer. "Summer should be a time of...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today publicly released the administration’s first progress report on achieving the housing production goals laid out in his ambitious housing plan, “Housing a Changing City...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced today that the City of Boston has filed an amended civil complaint against the Massachusetts Gaming Commission that seeks the nullification of all of the Commission's...

For the second year in a row, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) named Boston the most energy-efficient city in the United States, according to its 2015 City Energy...

One of Boston's most picturesque spaces will be filled with music in a free concert series on Wednesdays and Fridays in June, July, and August. Starting on June 3, the courtyard at the Central Library...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation (BCBSMF) to release Addiction and Recovery Services in the City of Boston, a Blueprint for Building a Better...

If you've visited us since our last post, you've likely noticed that we added a timeline.

The workshop marks the beginning of the City's participation in the innovative Global Urban Resilience Initiative.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today signed an ordinance establishing paid parental leave for City of Boston employees, Boston's first-ever Paid Parental Leave policy. The ordinance, which was proposed by...

One of the oldest municipal buildings in the City, the BCYF Paris Street Community Center in East Boston, will close for renovation this Friday, May 22. The $10 million dollar project will allow the...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced nearly $39 million to support affordable housing developments in neighborhoods throughout Boston. The funding, which will create or preserve 1,194 housing units...

"I want to thank the jurors and the judiciary for their service to our community and our country. I hope this verdict provides a small amount of closure to the survivors, families, and all impacted by...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the Boston Inspectional Services Department (ISD) will begin conducting inspections of all large city-contracted vehicles in accordance with the the Truck Side...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the Metro Boston Climate Preparedness Commitment, a regional agreement to establish a common policy framework throughout the Metro Boston area to prepare for...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh's Office of Arts & Culture will display the prints by members of the Full Tilt Print Studio from May 18th to June 26, in Scollay Square of the 3rd floor gallery, in City Hall....

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture will feature “Escapism and Adventure” an exhibition of paintings by Vanessa Michalak of Boston in the Mayor’s Gallery on...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the City of Boston will undertake an archaeological survey at the American Legion Highway Playground in historic Franklin Park to determine if proposed playground...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today released “Opportunity • Access • Equity: MBK Boston Recommendations for Action,” a collaborative action plan to improve positive outcomes for Black and Latino males in...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the South Boston Emergency Transportation Reconfiguration (ETR), which took effect February 14 and extended into mid-spring, will end on May 13. The Boston...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today kicked off a free, two-day interactive Visioning Lab as part of Go Boston 2030, the City of Boston’s initiative to create a bold new transportation plan for Boston’s future...

The two-year public engagement process will create a roadmap for success leading up to Boston’s 400th birthday.

Clunky. Confusing. Bland. We could be describing the current state of Boston.gov or the Request for Proposal (RFP) we were drafting to redesign it.

Boston Public Library President Amy Ryan has been appointed Chair of the Board of the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), a term which begins in July and is effective for two years. The Digital...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced a series of public conversations aimed at imagining the high school of the future. High School Redesign, a collaboration of the Mayor's Office of Education...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture will hold the Boston Creates Town Hall on June 2, 2015 at English High School in Jamaica Plain. The Boston Creates Town...

"We Are One: Mapping America's Road from Revolution to Independence" runs May 2 through November 29.

The partnership supported by a $500,000 MacArthur grant for green infrastructure projects.

The BPL Bibliocycle, a bike and book trailer partnership with Boston Bikes, returns to the streets of Boston in its second season, visiting street fairs, markets, and community events to meet people...

Mayor Martin J. Wash is encouraging Boston youth ages 16-18 to apply now for Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF) Snap Shot Teen Photography Program. This unique summer job program is made...

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