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New Omicron-specific boosters will be offered at family-friendly event

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

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced that the City of Boston is challenging the United States Census Bureau’s 2020 Census Population count of Boston’s total population.

Archaeology team seeks information on possible site of 18th century slave quarters and kitchen

Hike Boston is a week-day day-time hiking series where we invite you to join us for a walk in one of Boston's parks or urban wilds.

This year's Rose Garden Party, is taking place in the James P. Kelleher Rose Garden on Friday September 9, from 5 - 7:30 p.m.

We’re hiring key roles in the People Operations Cabinet to help us support Boston’s greatest asset in delivering effective government: City workers.

In addition to growing the bike network almost 20 percent by next winter, the City is also expanding the public bike share program, and building more speed humps and raised crosswalks.

Grainger will lead the City of Boston’s Children’s Cabinet, tasked with advancing opportunities for children and teenagers.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the creation of the Cabinet for Worker Empowerment led by Trinh Nguyen who will serve as the City’s Chief of Worker Empowerment.

After receiving approval from the Boston Landmarks Commission, Mayor Wu, and the City Council, the Highland Park neighborhood of Roxbury became Boston’s newest Architectural Conservation District on...

Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood is the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' oldest historic district. Established in 1955 and expanded in 1958, 1963, and 1975, the neighborhood contains some of the finest...

Pivoting from a powerful community conversation on September 1 about the Archaeology Program’s planned CPA-funded Slavery exhibit in Faneuil Hall, the A-Team is returning to the trenches for the first...

Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture, in collaboration with the Boston Cultural Council, today announced applications are open for the 2022-2023 Boston Cultural Council grant...

BPHC Encourages Prevention and Safety During Holiday Weekend and Back-to-School Season

We're hiring more planners and engineers across the Public Works and Transportation Departments.

We're hiring employees at all levels across the Mayor's Cabinet of Environment, Energy, and Open Space.

The City has launched the search for Deputy Chief for Infrastructure and Design, and Deputy Chief for Transportation. The new leadership team will be tasked with delivering on transformational budget...

Mayor Michelle Wu and Boston Parks Commissioner Ryan Woods joined members of the Dixon family and local coaches and players on August 20 for the dedication of the basketball courts at Walker...

This month, we share support and resources for suicide prevention and recovery from addiction.

The City of Boston Mayor’s Mural Crew and the National Park Service recently unveiled their collaborative contribution to Olmsted 200, the national bicentennial celebration of Frederick Law Olmsted’s...

City provides update on student move-in preparations

Mayor Michelle Wu today recognizes International Overdose Awareness Day, which raises awareness about overdoses in Boston and honors the memory of Bostonians who have died from substance use disorder...

The Boston Park Rangers welcomed a new class of seasonal Rangers with a ceremony held at Franklin Park.

This Request for Ideas to program and activate certain areas of Mayor Thomas M. Menino Park is intended to gain insight on potential concepts that will enhance and better utilize the area specified...

This summer, our intern Sahomi Santana worked with us to gather more information about existing artist spaces in Boston. Read the blog post below to learn more about her experience!

BPHC Reminds Residents to Take Precaution

Student move-in at local colleges and universities will require temporary parking restrictions in Boston from Sunday, August 28, through Sunday, September 5, 2022.

The vaccine is now being administered in a lower dose into the skin.

On Sunday, August 28, 2022, the City of Boston will once again transform Newbury Street into a pedestrian only walkway.

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