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The new ordinance will require constables to provide information on eviction help.

Massachusetts statewide eviction moratorium is slated to end October 17

Update: The deadline to apply for Boston Cultural Council organizational grants has been extended to...

The report shows Boston's tree canopy remained stable from 2014 to 2019. Investments in trees on...

Expanded days of operation at sites in East Boston and Roxbury; new sites in Dorchester, Roxbury...

We're encouraging residents to ensure their information is secure.

The Council adopted a resolution, offered by Councilors Mejia and Essaibi-George, recognizing...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution, offered by Councilors Flynn...

From the Mayor's desk: Keeping Boston safe and strong.

The West Nile Virus risk level was raised from low to moderate in the City of Boston. We have...

Here are some important numbers to keep in mind if you're looking for help.

The Parks Department invites you to explore four newly renovated playgrounds in Roxbury and...

The Transportation Department is seeking artists for mural proposals for the wall at 457 Blue Hill...

This round of funding represents $472,984 to 10 community organizations.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the expansion of the Reopen Boston Fund to ensure restaurants...

$25 million available to distribute to projects that build affordable housing, preserve historic...

This month, we look at resources for kids and adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder...

Fire Prevention Week will be observed in the City of Boston this year from October 4 to October 10.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today delivered remarks to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce during their...

A weekly message from Commissioner McCosh in support of the local disability community.

Read the Mayor's remarks during the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Virtual Government Affairs...

Expect to see more Mounted Park Rangers patrolling Boston's Parks in the near future.

The 20-year plan will be designed to set citywide goals for canopy protection, be responsive to...

For the past year, theTransportation Department has been leading a community process to re-imagine...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the Steering Committee members for the Boston Racial Equity...

The program helps older Bostonians in replacing faulty heating systems to prepare for cold weather.

The application is to demolish the house at 120 Kenrick Street in Brighton.

The application is to demolish the store at 197 Gardner Street in West Roxbury.

The application is to demolish the warehouse at 187 Gardner Street in West Roxbury.

The application is to demolish the house at 178 Gardner Street in West Roxbury.