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The new pickup program will turn residents’ food waste into compost and clean energy, expanding citywide composting options.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced major strides toward electrifying the City’s vehicle fleet as part of a Green New Deal for Boston.

The program builds on the already 30 textile dropbox locations across the City.

Franklin-Hodge will work to create a more sustainable and equitable City transportation system.

This notice is related to curb ramps in the City of Boston.

Agreement will add thousands of new and improved curb ramps annually.

The Ocean Core cart is made from a groundbreaking 40 percent post-consumer recycled material, 10 percent of which is recycled ocean bound plastic found near lakes, beaches, and waterways leading to...

The Court’s Decision Annuls the Quincy Conservation Commission’s Denial Under the Local Wetlands Ordinance

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined City officials at the Public Works yard on Frontage Road to discuss winter preparations currently underway in the City of Boston, and resources available to...

City of Boston expands residential yard waste options and installs textile dropboxes in neighborhoods throughout the City.

To stem the current public health crisis and support the health of workers in the City, the City has paused non-essential construction and is enacting new requirements for permitting.

Residents encouraged to take caution and abide by snow regulations; municipal offices, BCYF and Boston Public Library locations to be open during regular hours

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined City officials at the Public Works yard on Frontage Road to discuss winter preparations currently underway in the City of Boston, and resources available to...

The program would reduce the amount of food and yard waste that residents currently dispose of with their trash.

The series of updates to citywide trash collection services includes a new start time of 6 a.m., beginning on July 1.

The project will create a pedestrian and bicycle network connecting historic sites in Boston.

The reconstruction project, when completed, will transform North Square into a livable, walkable, multimodal, green, and sustainable square.

At Public Works, our main goal is to provide safe streets and sidewalks for everyone. And everyone includes those who are working in the street!

The artist will work with the Hyde Square community to refine the design and further develop the initial proposal.

Michael Dennehy is moving to a new position as the town administrator of Milton.

A new pavement treatment is coming to Brighton!

Have you ever wondered what it takes to make a truly smooth roadway surface? What exactly is the City doing outside that is making such a racket? In this week’s edition of What’s the Deal with Public...

If you are not in the business of roadway construction you may not be familiar with the many intricate methods of fixing the City’s public right-of-ways. Doesn’t the City just pave roads when they...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today highlighted the extensive improvements the City's Department of Public Works has been making to Boston's iconic Freedom Trail in over 60 locations from Boston Common to...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today broke ground on "Connect Historic Boston," which will enhance walking, biking and public transit to historic sites and other destinations in downtown Boston. This project...

The City of Boston is reminding residents that starting the week of July 1, tickets issued for parking in violation of the street cleaning regulation in Charlestown will increase from $40 to $90...

Through this new street cleaning pilot program, towing for street cleaning will be discontinued in Charlestown.

The Boston Public Works Department (PWD) today announced the purchase of two large scale truck mounted snow blowers to more efficiently clear Boston's streets during periods of heavy snow fall. This...

The City of Boston today announced that a new street cleaning program will be piloted in Charlestown. Starting the week of July 1, tickets issued for parking in violation of the street cleaning...

The Boston Public Works Department (PWD) is reminding residents that leaves can be left out with recycling through December 4, 2015.

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