city_hall

Official websites use .boston.gov

A .boston.gov website belongs to an official government organization in the City of Boston.

lock

Secure .gov websites use HTTPS

A lock or https:// means you've safely connected to the .gov website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.

Filter

This week, the Council together with Tu Hispanidad, hosted the 29th annual celebration of Hispanic Heritage month. The Iannella Chamber, decorated by Devila Decorations, was filled with music by DJ...

The Office of Workforce Development administers funding from various sources that support a broad range of services for Boston residents.

BCYF centers are hosting all kinds of scary and fun Halloween activities.

The City Archaeology program and Eleven Names Project added nearly 1,000 additional names .

City working with MBTA to lessen impact on Boston residents and commuters

The City of Boston, Massachusetts Housing Partnership (MHP) and Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance (MAHA) are pleased to announce an increase in the discounts for the ONE+Boston Program, a...

The new program reduces bike share annual membership for Boston residents.

Streets Cabinet releases community engagement report and city evaluation of alternative design approaches.

The project will create 45 income-restricted homeownership units and five artist live-work studios in Jamaica Plain.

We spoke with Isenberg Projects, who were selected by the City of Boston to study waterfront civic and cultural space planning in Boston, about this upcoming project.

The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) has issued a public health advisory for Jamaica Pond due to a suspected bloom of blue-green algae, also known as cyanobacteria.

Today, Mayor Wu joined Senator Ed Markey to celebrate that the City of Boston has received $11.4 million in funding from the U.S. Forest Service’s Urban and Community Forestry Grant.

City of Boston invites residents to use the newly streamlined process to host Halloween block parties.

Changes will streamline building permits for commercial office space development.

Dana Mendes was also appointed as the Deputy Director of the Office of Youth Engagement and Advancement (OYEA).

BOSTON – October 5, 2023 – The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) today published the Maternal and Infant Health Report, the latest report in the Health of Boston series. The report details the...

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

$5.7 million in total available to enhance and activate cultural vibrancy across Boston.

Now signed by the Mayor, final designation happens with the Boston City Council’s vote of approval.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the launch of R.E.A.C.H. 1000, a collaborative effort among the The Mayor’s Office of Black Male Advancement, the Boston Public Schools (BPS) Division of Student...

On Friday, September 29th, Mayor Michelle Wu announced that the City of Boston has been awarded three grants totaling over $5 million from the Massachusetts Broadband Institute (MBI) and the Federal...

Since the pilot launched in 2021, the team has been evaluating the different parts of the GoHubs! program including Bluebikes and carshare data to guide the program's expansion plan.

The City will help up to 20 small businesses open storefronts in vacant locations.

On October 2, 2023, the Boston Landmarks Commission has posted a study report on the proposed designation of City Hall as a Landmark under Chapter 772 of the Acts of 1975, as amended.

This month, we share information, resources, and events supporting survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence.

The City of Boston now celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day on the second Monday in October pursuant to the October 6, 2021 Executive Order of Acting Mayor Kim Janey. Indigenous Peoples of the lands...

On October 1, 1960, Nigeria achieved its long-sought independence from colonial rule, marking a historic milestone in the struggle for freedom, autonomy, and sovereignty. Since gaining independence...

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu announced the newly-selected 2023-2024 SPARK Boston Council.

We need Boston Public Schools student poll workers for the upcoming Presidential Primary on March 5, 2024.

Mayor Michelle Wu and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department host the third annual Fall-o-Ween Children’s Festival on the Boston Common Parade Ground at the corner of Beacon and Charles Streets on...

Back to top