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The Mayor’s Office of Black Male Advancement released a report outlining the 20 action steps othat will help guide Black Male Advancement’s 2024 priorities and objectives.

The fund is supported by City distributions from national settlements with opioid manufacturers and distributors, informed by a community engagement process

New system will replace existing gas distribution service with an electric heat system, supporting the City’s goal to decarbonize public housing by 2030.

The selected research teams will produce a comprehensive report documenting City’s role in and ties to the transatlantic slave trade and institution of slavery, helping complete the first phase of the...

Growing the Division's capacity delivers for residents.

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has announced that Walsh Playground at 1005 Washington Street in Dorchester will receive $500,000 as part of $13 million in grant funding recently announced...

New certification demonstrates the City’s exceptional use of data to inform policy decisions and improve services for residents.

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce registration will open on February 1 for the 2024 Summer Sports Centers at White Stadium in Franklin Park, Almont Park in Mattapan...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with the Anthony Rougier Sports Foundation, is pleased to announce the 2024 Winter Soccer Clinic.

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has launched the 2024 Youth Flag Football League, a co-ed program that runs from January 27 to March 2 in the Carter Playground Bubble, located at 709...

Mayor Michelle Wu signed a public tree protection ordinance on a key recommendation stemming from the City's Urban Forest Plan.

The most popular baby names for calendar year 2023!

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced a cold weather advisory and winter safety tips in response to the cold temperatures expected this weekend. Boston is forecasted to experience wind chills as low as...

Sign up for a Valentine's Day wedding ceremony at Boston's City Hall!

A new e-cargo bike pilot program for City of Boston employees

We’re expanding the City’s Procurement Department and hiring for multiple positions

BPS families who log in to the Savings Center for the first time by January 31, 2024, will earn an extra $25 for their child’s savings account

Bloomberg Philanthropies’ $37.8 million grant marks the largest philanthropic investment in BPS history, enabling EMK Academy to double in size, add new health career pathways, college courses and...

These condominiums, located at 131 Condor Street, are available from $258,000 to $378,000.

After the creation of an independent Office of Historic Preservation in 2022 by Mayor Wu, an early order of business was to incorporate an inclusive and honest account of Boston’s history that would...

At-Large City Councilor Henry Santana brings a unique blend of experiences and a deep commitment to community upliftment.

Councilor John FitzGerald was elected to the Boston City Council on November 7, 2023. His district includes most of Dorchester and a portion of the South End.

Born and raised in Boston, Councilor Enrique Pepén is the proud son of two Dominican immigrants that arrived to the city in the 90’s. He currently lives in Roslindale with his wife and two kids.

Councilor Benjamin Weber has been a worker’s rights attorney for 18 years and a Jamaica Plain resident since 2008. Weber began his legal career in 2005 representing migrant farmworkers with Texas Rio...

The City of Boston and Boston University continue the tradition of paying tribute to the life, legacy, and influence of Dr. King.

Mayor Michelle Wu delivered her second annual State of the City Address on Tuesday, January 9, 2024, at MGM Music Hall at Fenway.

Mayor Michelle Wu delivered her second annual State of the City Address on Tuesday, January 9, 2024, at MGM Music Hall at Fenway.

This month, we look at setting healthy resolutions to bring in the new year.

The Community Engagement Cabinet Reflects on Constituent Service Delivery in 2023

Join us as we count down Boston Parks and Recreation's “Top 10 Moments” of 2023.

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