BPHC Urges Residents to Take Precautions

The City of Boston is also launching a facilities assessment to ensure every neighborhood has a state-of-the-art community center.

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

The Boston Landmarks Commission has posted a study report on the proposed designation of the Richards Building as a Landmark under Chapter 772 of the Acts of 1975, as amended.

This month, we explore ways to keep your spirits up during the coldest months.

BOSTON – December 30, 2022 – The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) strongly encourages everybody to take appropriate precautions to prevent the spread of respiratory viral illness, including...

Join us as we count down Boston Parks and Recreation's “Top 10 Moments” of 2022.

As Executive Director, Terrell will work to enforce local, state, and federal fair housing law in Boston to protect renters and buyers from discriminatory practices.

BOSTON - December 29, 2022 - Today the Community Engagement Cabinet announced Nakia Hill as the Cabinet’s first Communications Director. Hill oversees the Community Engagement Cabinet’s internal and...

Alize Cabral was appointed the first liaison solely for Cape Verdean community and Kevin Tran as the AAPI liaison. Ross Cochran and Ashley Gomes to represent Dorchester.

Read the latest updates from the Mayor's Office of Housing.

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu joined City leadership to share the City’s preparations for First Night, Boston’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration.

BOSTON—December 1, 2022—The following is a public health warning related to a recent sewage discharge, also known as a combined sewer overflow (CSO). State regulations require local public health...

BOSTON—December 23, 2022—The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is strongly recommending that residents take precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the flu, and other transmissible...

Mayor Wu is urging pedestrians and drivers to use caution when navigating the City this weekend.

Over the past few months, the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture (MOAC) has welcomed several new staff members.

The Boston Landmarks Commission announces eight new designations completed in 2022 following enthusiastic approvals from the Landmarks Commission, Mayor Michelle Wu, and the City Council. This is the...

The City Archaeology Program has just wrapped up three months of fieldwork and will now begin processing artifacts and analyzing data collected from the digs.

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

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced a partnership with New England Conservatory (NEC) to substantially increase access to high-quality music education for children.

The 20 graduates represent eight Boston neighborhoods, come from 17 countries, and speak 14 languages.

Public Health Warning Issued Related to Recent Sewage Discharge

This group of 86 high schoolers works to engage and empower Boston’s youth through civic participation

Mayor Wu’s strategy for inclusive growth will lower barriers to development and create a more predictable development timeline.

BOSTON - December 15, 2022– On Monday, December 12, 2022 at approximately 3:20pm, Boston Animal Care and Control Division responded to a call from a concerned resident who reported that there was a...

This program uses a “learn as you earn” strategy and supports workforce development in fields that address environmental challenges.

Family-friendly festivities to precede 2023 Discover NHL Winter Classic at Fenway Park.

Residents are reminded to get annual flu vaccinations

Mayor Michelle Wu today celebrated the confirmation by the Boston City Council of 8 new appointees to the Zoning Board of Appeal (ZBA), bringing the new total of confirmed ZBA appointees to 10.

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