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SealLocation in Suffolk County in Massachusetts
Coordinates: 42°24′30″N 71°00′45″W / 42.40833°N 71.01250°W / 42.40833; -71.01250Coordinates: 42°24′30″N 71°00′45″W / 42.40833°N 71.01250°W / 42.40833; -71.01250
Country
United States
State
Massachusetts
County
Suffolk
Settled
1630
Incorporated
1871, 1914
Government
• Type
Mayor–Council
• Mayor
Daniel Rizzo
Area
• Total
10.0 sq mi (26.0 km2)
• Land
5.9 sq mi (15.3 km2)
• Water
4.1 sq mi (10.6 km2)
Elevation
20 ft (6 m)
Population (2010)[1]
• Total
51,755
• Density
8,772.0/sq mi (3,386.9/km2)
Time zone
Eastern (UTC-5)
• Summer (DST)
Eastern (UTC-4)
ZIP code
02151
Area code(s)
339 / 781
FIPS code
25-56585
GNIS feature ID
0612810
Website
revere.org
Revere City Hall honoring the country days after September 11
Revere is a city in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States, located approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) from downtown Boston. It is named after the American Revolutionary War patriot Paul Revere.[2] As of the 2010 United States Census, the city has a population of 51,755 inhabitants.[1]
Revere borders the towns of Winthrop, East Boston and Chelsea to the south, Everett and Malden to the west, Saugus and Lynn to the north, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 10 square miles (26 km2), of which, 5.9 square miles (15 km2) of it is land and 4.1 square miles (11 km2) of it (40.98%) is water.
Contents
1 History
2 Demographics
3 Sites of interest3.1 Revere Beach
3.2 Historic places
3.3 Kelly’s Roast Beef
3.4 Necco
3.5 Wonderland Greyhound Park
4 Transportation
5 Education
6 Notable people
7 References
8 External links
History[edit source | edit]
Portrait of Paul Revere by John Singleton Copley
Revere’s first inhabitants were Native Americans who belonged to the Pawtucket tribe and were known as the Rumney Marsh Indians. The leader, or sachem, of the Pawtuckets was Nanepashemet of Lynn. In 1616, an epidemic, probably smallpox, swept the region, killing thousands in its wake. Nanepashemet retired to the Mystic River, in what is now Medford, but was found murdered in 1619 at his fort on the brow of Rock Hill overlooking the river. Three sons succeeded him in his reign. One of them, Wonohaquaham, also called Sagamore John, had jurisdiction over the Native Americans at Winnisemmit (later Chelsea) and Rumney Marsh.
Often, the Native Americans, with their intimate knowledge of the vast, yet unexplored wilderness, would help the settlers in their struggle to survive. During King Phillip’s War, the local friendly Native Americans were placed on what is now Deer Island, where many of them perished. Some of them on the island were enlisted to help the colonists defeat the other warring tribes.
Rumney Marsh was originally divided and allotted to twenty-one of Boston’s most prominent citizens. By 1639, the original allotments had been consolidated into seven great farms. Farming was the principal industry of Winnisemmet, and Rumney Marsh in particular. On September 25, 1634, Rumney Marsh was annexed to Boston, which had received its name only four years earlier. Winnisemmet and Pullen Poynt (which was later to be known as Winthrop) were also annexed to Boston. The first county road in North America stretched across Rumney Marsh from the Winnisemmet Ferry to Olde Salem in 1641.
In 1739, Rumney Marsh, Winnisemmet and Pullen Poynt were set off from Boston and established as the town of Chelsea. The largest of the three settlements, Rumney Marsh (or North Chelsea) was selected as the Town Center.
In 1775, the area played a role in the American Revolution as the site of the first naval battle, at Rumney Marsh, and other locations.
In 1852, Pullen Poynt seceded from North Chelsea and was established as the town of Winthrop. That same year, Chelsea became its own city. In 1871, North Chelsea changed its name in honor of the great American patriot, Paul Revere, who died in 1818.
Demographics[edit source | edit]
Historical population
Year
Pop.
±%
1850
935

1860
921
−1.5%
1870
1,197
+30.0%
1880
2,263
+89.1%
1890
5,668
+150.5%
1900
10,395
+83.4%
1910
18,219
+75.3%
1920
28,823
+58.2%
1930
35,680
+23.8%
1940
34,405
−3.6%
1950
36,763
+6.9%
1960
40,080
+9.0%
1970
43,159
+7.7%
1980
42,423
−1.7%
1990
42,786
+0.9%
2000
47,283
+10.5%
2010
51,755
+9.5%
= population estimate.
Source: United States Census records and Population Estimates Program data.[3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12]
As of the 2010 United States Census[13], there were 51,755 people residing in the city. The racial makeup of the city was 62% White, 4.9% Black, 5.6% Asian, 0.4% Native American, 0.025% Pacific Islander, 11.7% from other races, and 3.3% were multiracial. Hispanic or Latino persons were 24.4% of the population.
As of the same census, there were 47,283 people, 19,463 households, and 11,872 families residing in the city. The population density was 7,994.2 people per square mile (3,089.0/km²). There were 20,181 housing units at an average density of 3,412.0/sq mi (1,318.4/km²).
There were 19,463 households out of which 25.5% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 41.8% were married couples living together, 13.9% had a female householder with no husband present, and 39% were non-families. 32.7% of all households were made up of individuals and 12.4% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.41 and the average family size was 3.09.
The population was spread out with 21% under the age of 18, 7.9% from 18 to 24, 32.6% from 25 to 44, 21.8% from 45 to 64, and 16.6% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 38 years. For every 100 females, there were 93.6 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 89.9 males.
The median income for a household in the city was $37,067, and the median income for a family was $45,865. Males had a median income of $36,881 versus $31,300 for females. The per capita income for the city was $19,698. About 11.9% of families and 14.6% of the population were below the poverty line, including 20.4% of those under age 18 and 10.4% of those age 65 or over.
Sites of interest[edit source | edit]
Revere Beach[edit source | edit]
View of Revere Beach in 2006
Revere Beach is the oldest public beach in the United States. It has a fairly active beach front district. From its inception, Revere Beach was “the people’s beach”, used mostly by the working class and the many immigrants who settled in the area. The Revere Beach Reservation Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998, including the full Revere Beach Reservation in 2003.
The Beach began to deteriorate in the 1950s and by the early 1970s it had become a strip of honky-tonk bars and abandoned buildings. The Great Blizzard of ’78 proved to be the final death knell for the “old” Revere Beach, as many of the remaining businesses, amusements, pavilions, sidewalks, and much of the seawall were destroyed.
The area once boasted an extensive array of amusement rides and attractions. The Whip, the Ferris Wheel, Bluebeard’s Palace, the Fun House, Hurley’s Dodgems, the Pit, Himalaya, Hippodrome, Sandy’s, the Wild Mouse, the Virginia Reel and many more provided hours of enjoyment for residents and visitors alike. The biggest attraction was the Cyclone, among the largest roller coasters in the United States. Built in 1925, its cars traveled at speeds of up to 50 miles per hour (80 km/h) and its height reached 100 feet (30 m).[14] Also notable was the Derby Racer racing roller coaster, which had a series of accidents that killed or critically injured riders between 1911 and 1936. Lightning was another roller coaster at Revere Beach, and was a member of Harry Traver’s infamous “Terrifying Triplets”. In addition, there were two roller skating rinks, two bowling alleys, and numerous food stands. There were also ballrooms, including the most famous, the Oceanview and the Beachview, each the site of many dance marathons which were popular in the 1930s.
The Beach was the focus of a major revitalization effort by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation and the City in the 1980s and was officially reopened in May 1992. It now boasts high-rise housing units, a re-sanded beach, restored pavilions, and a renovated boulevard. Revere commemorated the centennial of the first opening of Revere Beach on the weekend of July 19, 1996.
Historic places[edit source | edit]
Revere has eight places on the National Register of Historic Places.Church of ChristImmaculate Conception RectoryMary T. Ronan SchoolRevere Beach ReservationRevere Beach Reservation Historic DistrictRevere City Hall and Police StationRumney Marsh Burying GroundWinthrop Parkway
Kelly’s Roast Beef[edit source | edit]
View of the Kelly’s Roast Beef location at 410 Revere Beach Boulevard
Kelly’s Roast Beef is a fast food eatery founded in Revere in 1951. Its main location is along the Revere Beach shoreline. Kelly’s claims to have invented the modern roast beef sandwich, saying it was unknown as such before they introduced it in 1951.[15][16]
Necco[edit source | edit]
Considered the oldest continuously operating candy company in the United States, Necco is best known for its namesake candy, Necco Wafers, its seasonal Sweethearts Conversation Hearts, and brands such as the Clark Bar and Haviland Thin Mints. The company maintains its headquarters at 135 American Legion Highway in Revere, where it offers tours of the facilities.
Wonderland Greyhound Park[edit source | edit]
Wonderland Greyhound Park was a greyhound racing track located in the city owned by the Westwood Group. It was constructed on the site of the former Wonderland Amusement Park. Wonderland opened on June 12, 1935 and formerly offered 361 performances during its 100-day, April to September racing period. Parimutuel wagering was legalized by the Massachusetts Legislature in 1934. The Park opened the following year and offered greyhound racing from June 1935 until September 2009. It ran its last program on September 18, 2009, as a result of a statewide referendum on banning greyhound racing. The future of the land is uncertain.
Transportation[edit source | edit]
The completion in 1838 of the Eastern Railroad (later the Boston & Maine), and in 1875 of the Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad, signaled the beginning of rapid population growth for the town and the development of the beach as a summer resort. By 1885, ten years later, the town had increased to 3,637 inhabitants, more than tripling in size over 15 years. By 1890, the population had grown to 5,668.
In 1871, Revere was the site of the The Great Revere Train Wreck of 1871, the deadliest railroad incident in Massachusetts history, when the Eastern Railroad’s “Portland Express” slammed into the back of a stopped local commuter train at Revere Station.
The MBTA Blue Line terminates in Revere, with stops at Wonderland, Revere Beach, and Beachmont.
U.S. Route 1 and state highways 1A, 16, 60, 107, and 145 run through Revere.
Education[edit source | edit]
Revere Public Schools operates the city’s public schools. High school students can attend either the Revere High School or the Seacoast School. There are three public middle schools. Private PK-8 schools include both Eagle Heights Academy and Immaculate Conception.[17]
Notable people[edit source | edit]
See also Category:People from Revere, MassachusettsElliot Aronson, noted psychologist
Elizabeth Bishop, poet
John Cazale, actor
Robin Christopher, actress
Billy Conigliaro, professional baseball player
Tony Conigliaro, professional baseball player
Glenn Danzig, singer-songwriter
Adio diBiccari, sculptor
Gino Martino, professional wrestler
Roland Merullo, author
James Sokolove, noted attorneyReferences[edit source | edit]
^ a b “2010 City Population and Housing Occupancy Status”. U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved June 6, 2011.
^ City of Revere History
^ “TOTAL POPULATION (P1), 2010 Census Summary File 1″. American FactFinder, All County Subdivisions within Massachusetts. United States Census Bureau. 2010.
^ “Massachusetts by Place and County Subdivision – GCT-T1. Population Estimates”. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved July 12, 2011.
^ “1990 Census of Population, General Population Characteristics: Massachusetts”. US Census Bureau. December 1990. Table 76: General Characteristics of Persons, Households, and Families: 1990. 1990 CP-1-23. Retrieved July 12, 2011.
^ “1980 Census of the Population, Number of Inhabitants: Massachusetts”. US Census Bureau. December 1981. Table 4. Populations of County Subdivisions: 1960 to 1980. PC80-1-A23. Retrieved July 12, 2011.
^ “1950 Census of Population”. 1: Number of Inhabitants. Bureau of the Census. 1952. Section 6, Pages 21-10 and 21-11, Massachusetts Table 6. Population of Counties by Minor Civil Divisions: 1930 to 1950. Retrieved July 12, 2011.
^ “1920 Census of Population”. Bureau of the Census. Number of Inhabitants, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions. Pages 21-5 through 21-7. Massachusetts Table 2. Population of Counties by Minor Civil Divisions: 1920, 1910, and 1920. Retrieved July 12, 2011.
^ “1890 Census of the Population”. Department of the Interior, Census Office. Pages 179 through 182. Massachusetts Table 5. Population of States and Territories by Minor Civil Divisions: 1880 and 1890. Retrieved July 12, 2011.
^ “1870 Census of the Population”. Department of the Interior, Census Office. 1872. Pages 217 through 220. Table IX. Population of Minor Civil Divisions, &c. Massachusetts. Retrieved July 12, 2011.
^ “1860 Census”. Department of the Interior, Census Office. 1864. Pages 220 through 226. State of Massachusetts Table No. 3. Populations of Cities, Towns, &c. Retrieved July 12, 2011.
^ “1850 Census”. Department of the Interior, Census Office. 1854. Pages 338 through 393. Populations of Cities, Towns, &c. Retrieved July 12, 2011.
^ “American FactFinder”. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 2008-01-31.
^ RevereBeach.com History page Accessed 2008-08-30 Archived August 1, 2008 at the Wayback Machine
^ Kennedy, Louise, “At Kelly’s, roast beef sandwiches rule”, The Boston Globe, May 18, 2011
^ Cf. “Kelly’s History”, company website
^ “Revere Middle Schools – Revere, MA | GreatSchools”. Retrieved 2012-06-08.
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Revere Beach
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Revere Society for Cultural and Historic Preservation
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Population in 2011: 51,832. Population change since 2000: +9.6%

Males: 25,419  (49.0%)Females: 26,413  (51.0%)
Median resident age:  37.9 yearsMassachusetts median age:  42.8 years
Zip codes: 02151.Estimated median household income in 2009: $51,902 (it was $37,067 in 2000)
Revere:$51,902Massachusetts:$64,081
Estimated per capita income in 2009: $24,829
Revere city income, earnings, and wages data Estimated median house or condo value in 2009: $321,779 (it was $172,400 in 2000)
Revere:$321,779Massachusetts:$338,500
Mean prices in 2009: All housing units: $360,117; Detached houses: $351,077; Townhouses or other attached units: $390,518; In 2-unit structures: $396,696; In 3-to-4-unit structures: $410,450; In 5-or-more-unit structures: $285,717; Mobile homes: $114,044
Median gross rent in 2009: $1,070.
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White alone – 32,299 (62.4%)
Hispanic – 12,617 (24.4%)
Asian alone – 2,856 (5.5%)
Black alone – 2,237 (4.3%)
Two or more races – 887 (1.7%)
Other race alone – 787 (1.5%)
American Indian alone – 66 (0.1%)
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone – 6 (0.01%)Races in Revere detailed stats: ancestries, foreign born residents, place of birth
Mar. 2012 cost of living index in Revere: 136.2 (high, U.S. average is 100)
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Latest news from Revere, MA collected exclusively by city-data.com from local newspapers, TV, and radio stationsAncestries: Italian (37.4%), Irish (16.3%), English (4.2%), United States (3.1%), French (2.9%), German (2.5%).Current Local Time:EST time zone
Elevation: 20 feet
Land area: 5.91 square miles. Population density: 8763 people per square mile    (high). Home Value Estimate
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For population 25 years and over in Revere:
High school or higher: 76.7%Bachelor’s degree or higher: 13.5%Graduate or professional degree: 4.3%Unemployed: 5.9%Mean travel time to work (commute): 29.6 minutesFor population 15 years and over in Revere city:
Never married: 32.6%Now married: 46.1%Separated: 2.7%Widowed: 9.3%Divorced: 9.4%
9,936 residents are foreign born (7.8% Latin America, 6.6% Europe, 4.7% Asia).This city:  21.0%Massachusetts:  12.2%
According to our research of Massachusetts and other state lists there were 11 registered sex offenders living in Revere, Massachusetts as of August 13, 2013.The ratio of number of residents in Revere to the number of sex offenders is4,699 to 1.
The number of registered sex offenders compared to the number of residents in this city is smaller than the state average.Median real estate property taxes paid for housing units with mortgages in 2009: $3,428 (1.0%)
Median real estate property taxes paid for housing units with no mortgage in 2009: $3,425 (1.0%)Nearest city with pop. 50,000+: Malden, MA(3.0 miles , pop. 56,340).
Nearest city with pop. 200,000+: Boston, MA(7.8 miles , pop. 589,141).
Nearest city with pop. 1,000,000+: Bronx, NY(183.7 miles , pop. 1,332,650).
Nearest cities: Chelsea, MA(1.4 miles ),
Everett, MA(1.6 miles ),
Malden, MA(1.7 miles ),
Winthrop, MA(1.8 miles ),
Saugus, MA(1.8 miles ),
Nahant, MA(2.0 miles ).
Single-family new house construction building permits:
1997: 11 buildings, average cost: $94,000
1998: 20 buildings, average cost: $92,300
1999: 15 buildings, average cost: $87,300
2000: 13 buildings, average cost: $79,100
2001: 13 buildings, average cost: $152,300
2002: 10 buildings, average cost: $137,200
2003: 14 buildings, average cost: $110,300
2004: 21 buildings, average cost: $148,100
2005: 7 buildings, average cost: $138,900
2006: 9 buildings, average cost: $168,300
2007: 14 buildings, average cost: $155,900
2008: 13 buildings, average cost: $144,400
2009: 1 building, cost: $235,000
2010: 4 buildings, average cost: $159,300
2011: 2 buildings, average cost: $311,200
Number of permits per 10,000 residents
Average cost (in $1000s)
Latitude: 42.42 N, Longitude: 71.01 W
Daytime population change due to commuting: -12,183 (-25.8%)
Workers who live and work in this city: 3,102 (15.1%)
Area codes: 781, 339 Crime in Revere by Year
Type
1999
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2006
2007
2008
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2011Murders
1110131032003
per 100,000
2.42.32.10.02.16.42.20.06.43.50.00.05.8
Rapes
106111118121612191514103
per 100,000
23.914.023.223.037.925.634.826.040.726.624.019.45.8
Robberies
42564251728272685051828649
per 100,000
100.4130.588.4106.5151.5174.9156.4147.6107.290.4140.7166.794.1
Assaults
263N/A214170225213213175194169137212126
per 100,000
628.4N/A450.5355.1473.3454.4462.6379.8415.8299.4235.0410.9242.0
Burglaries
216189282278301354347297417291278361261
per 100,000
516.1440.3593.6580.8633.2755.2753.7644.5893.7515.5476.9699.7501.2
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7157648741,0641,1101,1471,1399491,0651,0639381,048905
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1708.41779.91839.72222.72335.02446.82473.92059.42282.61883.21609.22031.11738.0
Auto thefts
383337331371331325320293222240190190174
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915.1785.1696.7775.0696.3693.3695.0635.8475.8425.2326.0368.2334.2
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N/AN/AN/A6141091292634
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N/AN/AN/A12.529.521.319.526.019.33.510.35.87.7City-data.com crime index (higher means more crime, U.S. average = 319.1)
374.9N/A325.5328.3386.1401.7397.6335.1370.0273.6243.7322.5235.1(click on a table row to update graph)
City-data.com crime index counts serious crimes more heavily. It adjusts for the number of visitors and daily workers commuting into cities.Crime in Revere detailed stats: murders, rapes, robberies, assaults, burglaries, thefts, arson
Full-time law enforcement employees in 2011, including police officers: 96 (82 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.57Massachusetts average:2.52
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Revere, Massachusetts accommodation, waste management, arts – Economy and Business DataUnemployment in August 2012:
Here:6.8%Massachusetts:6.4%
Unemployment by year (%)
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Population change in the 1990s: +4,642 (+10.9%). Most common industries in 2005-2009 (%)Males
FemalesAccommodation and food services (15%)
Construction (12%)
Retail trade (12%)
Transportation and warehousing (10%)
Manufacturing (8%)
Administrative and support and waste management services (6%)
Professional, scientific, and technical services (6%)
Health care and social assistance (23%)
Retail trade (12%)
Accommodation and food services (11%)
Educational services (10%)
Finance and insurance (8%)
Other services, except public administration (7%)
Administrative and support and waste management services (5%)Most common occupations (%)Males
FemalesMaterial recording, scheduling, dispatching, and distributing workers (6%)
Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations (5%)
Driver/sales workers and truck drivers (4%)
Electrical equipment mechanics and other installation, maintenance, and repair occupations including supervisors (4%)
Other management occupations except farmers and farm managers (4%)
Other office and administrative support workers including supervisors (4%)
Other sales and related workers including supervisors (4%)
Secretaries and administrative assistants (9%)
Other office and administrative support workers including supervisors (7%)
Cashiers (4%)
Other sales and related workers including supervisors (4%)
Registered nurses (4%)
Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations (4%)
Customer service representatives (3%)
Work and jobs in Revere: detailed stats about occupations, industries, unemployment, workers, commuteAverage climate in Revere, Massachusetts
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Tornado activity:
Revere-area historical tornado activity is slightly above Massachusetts state average. It is 21% smaller than the overall U.S. average.
On 6/9/1953, a category F4 (max. wind speeds 207-260 mph) tornado 27.5 miles away from the Revere city center killed 90 people and injured 1228 people and caused between $50,000,000 and $500,000,000 in damages.
On 9/29/1974, a category F3 (max. wind speeds 158-206 mph) tornado 17.1 miles away from the city centerinjured one person and caused between $50,000 and $500,000 in damages.Earthquake activity:
Revere-area historical earthquake activity is slightly above Massachusetts state average. It is 76% smaller than the overall U.S. average.
On 1/19/1982 at 00:14:42, a magnitude 4.7 (4.5 MB, 4.7 MD, 4.5 LG, Class: Light, Intensity: IV – V) earthquake occurred 80.8 miles away from the city centerOn 10/2/1994 at 11:27:22, a magnitude 3.7 (3.5 LG, 3.7 LG, Depth: 6.2 mi, Class: Light, Intensity: II – III) earthquake occurred 65.2 miles away from Revere centerOn 7/22/2003 at 11:41:15, a magnitude 3.6 (3.6 LG, Depth: 6.8 mi) earthquake occurred 55.7 miles away from the city centerOn 10/6/1992 at 15:38:04, a magnitude 3.4 (3.4 LG, Depth: 3.1 mi) earthquake occurred 69.2 miles away from the city centerOn 10/2/1994 at 14:36:36, a magnitude 3.3 (3.1 LG, 3.3 LG, Depth: 6.2 mi) earthquake occurred 62.1 miles away from Revere centerOn 1/10/1999 at 10:52:16, a magnitude 3.1 (3.1 LG, 3.0 LG, Depth: 1.2 mi) earthquake occurred 29.3 miles away from the city centerMagnitude types: regional Lg-wave magnitude (LG), body-wave magnitude (MB), duration magnitude (MD)Natural disasters:The number of natural disasters in Suffolk County (23) is a lot greater than the US average (12).Major Disasters (Presidential) Declared: 13Emergencies Declared: 10Causes of natural disasters: Storms: 7, Floods: 5, Hurricanes: 4, Floods: 3, Snowstorms: 3, Blizzards: 2, Snows: 2, Blizzard: 1, Heavy Rain: 1, Snow: 1, Snowfall: 1, Wind: 1, Winter Storm: 1, Water Main Break: 1, Winter Storm: 1 (Note: Some incidents may be assigned to more than one category).
Birthplace of: Gino Martino – Professional wrestler, John Cazale – Actor, Barbara Grunes – Food writer, Jim Del Gaizo – Football player, Stan Rosenberg – Politician, Tony Conigliaro – Baseball player, Robin Christopher – Soap opera actor, Bill Macy – Actor, Billy Conigliaro – Baseball player, Richie Barker (baseball) – Baseball player.
Main business address for: WESTWOOD GROUP INC(SERVICES-RACING, INCLUDING TRACK OPERATION).
Hospitals/medical centers near Revere:SOUTHAMPTON HOSPITAL (Acute Care Hospitals, Voluntary non-profit – Private, provides emergency services, about 128 miles away; SOUTHAMPTON, NY)
EASTERN LONG ISLAND HOSPITAL (Acute Care Hospitals, Voluntary non-profit – Private, provides emergency services, about 134 miles away; GREENPORT, NY)
PECONIC BAY MEDICAL CENTER (Acute Care Hospitals, Voluntary non-profit – Private, provides emergency services, about 134 miles away; RIVERHEAD, NY)
Political contributions by individuals in Revere, MA
Heliports located in Revere: Rent-A-Tool Heliport Amtrak stations near Revere:5 miles: BOSTON, NORTH STATION (BOSTON, 126 CAUSEWAY ST.) . Services: ticket office, enclosed waiting area.6 miles: BOSTON (SO. STA) (BOSTON, ATLANTIC AVE. & SUMMER ST.) . Services: ticket office, fully wheelchair accessible, enclosed waiting area, public restrooms, public payphones, full-service food facilities and snack bar, ATM, paid short-term parking, paid long-term parking, call for car rental service, taxi stand, intercity bus service, public transit connection.6 miles: BACK BAY (BOSTON, 145 DARTMOUTH ST.) . Services: ticket office, partially wheelchair accessible, enclosed waiting area, public restrooms, public payphones, vending machines, ATM, paid short-term parking, paid long-term parking, call for car rental service, taxi stand, public transit connection. Local government website: www.revere.org
Colleges/universities with over 2000 students nearest to Revere:
Bunker Hill Community College (about 5 miles; Boston, MA; Full-time enrollment: 3,767)
Suffolk University (about 5 miles; Boston, MA; FT enrollment: 6,901)
Emerson College (about 6 miles; Boston, MA; FT enrollment: 4,146)
Tufts University (about 6 miles; Medford, MA; FT enrollment: 9,397)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (about 6 miles; Cambridge, MA; FT enrollment: 10,223)
Cambridge College (about 7 miles; Cambridge, MA; FT enrollment: 2,412)
Lesley University (about 7 miles; Cambridge, MA; FT enrollment: 2,588)
Public high schools in Revere:REVERE HIGH(Students: 1524; Location: 101 SCHOOL STREET; Grades: 9th grade Enrollment-12th grade Enrollment)
SEACOAST SCHOOL(Students: 191; Location: 101 SCHOOL STREET; Grades: 7th grade Enrollment-12th grade Enrollment)Public elementary/middle schools in Revere:AUGUSTINE C WHELAN MEM(Students: 701; Location: 107 NEWHALL STREET; Grades: Primary Kindergarten Enrollment-5th grade Enrollment)
GARFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL(Students: 680; Location: 176 GARFIELD AVENUE; Grades: Primary Kindergarten Enrollment-5th grade Enrollment)
GARFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL(Students: 526; Location: 176 GARFIELD AVENUE; Grades: 6th grade Enrollment-8th grade Enrollment)
BEACHMONT MIDDLE SCHOOL(Students: 437; Location: 15 EVERARD STREET; Grades: 6th grade Enrollment-8th grade Enrollment)
WILLIAM MCKINLEY(Students: 429; Location: 65 YEAMAN STREET; Grades: Kindergarten Enrollment-5th grade Enrollment)
ABRAHAM LINCOLN(Students: 385; Location: 68 TUCKERMAN STREET; Grades: Kindergarten Enrollment-5th grade Enrollment)
PAUL REVERE(Students: 374; Location: 395 REVERE STREET; Grades: Primary Kindergarten Enrollment-5th grade Enrollment)
BEACHMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL(Students: 276; Location: 15 EVERARD STREET; Grades: Kindergarten Enrollment-5th grade Enrollment)Private elementary/middle school in Revere:EAGLE HEIGHTS ACADEMY(Students: 168; Location: 1099 REVERE BEACH PKWY; Grades: PK – 8)See full list of schools located in Revere, map of school districts: REVERE
Library in Revere:REVERE PUBLIC LIBRARY(Operating income: $535,694; Location: 179 BEACH ST.; 60,203 books; 437 audio materials; 2,322 video materials; 1 local licensed databases; 34 state licensed databases; 11 other licensed databases; 98 print serial subscriptions; 1 electronic serial subscriptions)User submitted facts and corrections: Parkway Christian Academy is now Eagle Heights Academy.Click to draw/clear city borders
Notable locations in Revere: Brown Circle (A), Crescent Beach Station (B), Revere City Hall (C), Revere Fire Department Fire Training Facility (D), Revere Fire Department Station 5 (E), Revere Fire Department Headquarters (F), Revere Public Library (G). Display/hide their locations on the mapShopping Center: Northgate Shopping Center (1). Display/hide its location on the mapChurches in Revere include: Full Gospel Community Church (A), First Congregational Church (B), First Baptist Church of Revere (C). Display/hide their locations on the mapSwamps: Diamond Creek Marshes (A). Display/hide its location on the mapRivers and creeks: Saugus River (A), Sales Creek (B), Pines River (C), Mill Creek (D). Display/hide their locations on the mapParks in Revere include: Fredericks Park (1), Webner Park (2), Paul Revere Park (3). Display/hide their locations on the mapBeaches: Revere Beach (A), Short Beach (B). Display/hide their locations on the mapHotels: FOUR POINTS SHERATON LOGAN A/P (407 Squire Road), Hampton Inn Boston/Logan Airport- Boston (230 Lee Burbank Highway), Comfort Inn of Revere (100 Morris Street), Fiesta Advertising Agency International (570 Revere Beach Boulevard), Howard Johnson Logan Airport (407 Squire Road), Four Points By Sheraton Boston Logan Air (407 Squire Road), Courtyard by Marriott Revere (100 Morris Street), Ocean Lodge Motel (64 Revere Beach Boulevard), COMFORT INN & SUITES AIRPORT (85 American Legion Highway).

Suffolk County has a predicted average indoor radon screening level less than 2 pCi/L (pico curies per liter) – Low Potential
Air pollution and air quality trends(lower is better)AQI
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Air Quality Index (AQI) level in 2010 was 30.8. This is about average.City:30.8U.S.:32.0
Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) [ppb] level in 2010 was 2.39. This is about average. Closest monitor was 1.7 miles away from the city center.City:2.39U.S.:2.43
Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) [ppb] level in 2010 was 14.5. This is significantly worse than average. Closest monitor was 1.7 miles away from the city center.City:14.5U.S.:9.4
Ozone [ppb] level in 2010 was 24.4. This is about average. Closest monitor was 1.7 miles away from the city center.City:24.4U.S.:28.3
Particulate Matter (PM2.5) [µ/m3] level in 2010 was 9.26. This is about average. Closest monitor was 4.2 miles away from the city center.City:9.26U.S.:9.59
Carbon Monoxide (CO) [ppm] level in 2010 was 0.324. This is about average. Closest monitor was 2.9 miles away from the city center.City:0.324U.S.:0.334
Particulate Matter (PM10) [µ/m3] level in 2010 was 16.3. This is better than average. Closest monitor was 2.9 miles away from the city center.City:16.3U.S.:22.1
Drinking water stations with addresses in Revere and their reported violations in the past:
REVERE WATER DEPT. (MWRA) (Population served: 47700, Purch_surface_water):
Past health violations:
Public Education – Between JAN-01-1999 and MAR-02-2000, Contaminant: Lead & Copper Rule. Follow-up actions: St Formal NOV issued (FEB-10-2000), St Compliance achieved (MAR-02-2000)
MCL, Monthly (TCR) – In APR-1997, Contaminant: Coliform. Follow-up actions: St Public Notif received (MAY-06-1997)
Percentage of residents living in poverty in 2009: 11.1%
(10.8% for White Non-Hispanic residents, 9.7% for Black residents, 11.5% for Hispanic or Latino residents, 19.5% for American Indian residents, 16.0% for other race residents, 8.5% for two or more races residents)
Average household size:
This city:  2.5 peopleMassachusetts:  2.3 people
Percentage of family households:
This city:  60.4%Whole state:  57.3%
Percentage of households with unmarried partners:
This city:  5.3%Whole state:  5.4%
Likely homosexual households (counted as self-reported same-sex unmarried-partner households)
Lesbian couples: 0.4% of all households
Gay men: 0.5% of all households
Detailed information about poverty and poor residents in Revere, MA
People in group quarters in Revere:
255 people in nursing homes
57 people in homes for the mentally retarded
4 people in homes for the mentally ill
Revere compared to Massachusetts state average:
Median house value above state average.
Black race population percentage significantly below state average.
Hispanic race population percentage significantly above state average.
Foreign-born population percentage significantly above state average.
Percentage of population with a bachelor’s degree or higher below state average.Back to the top
Banks with branches in Revere (2011 data):
RBS Citizens, National Association: Revere Stop & Shop Branch, Revere Stop & Shop Squire Rd, Revere Stop & Shop Suffolk Branch, Revere Branch. Info updated 2007/09/19: Bank assets: $106,940.6 mil, Deposits: $75,690.2 mil, headquarters in Providence, RI, positive income, 1135 total offices, Holding Company: Uk Financial Investments Limited
East Boston Savings Bank: Revere Branch at 575 Broadway, branch established on 1995/12/11; Squire Road Branch at 126 Squire Road, branch established on 2011/01/24. Info updated 2011/06/07: Bank assets: $1,946.5 mil, Deposits: $1,609.3 mil, headquarters in Boston, MA, positive income, Commercial Lending Specialization, 24 total offices, Holding Company: Meridian Financial Services, Inc
Bank of America, National Association: Revere Branch at 94 Squire Road, branch established on 2001/11/15; Revere-Bell Circle Branch at 25 American Legion Highway, branch established on 2002/09/16. Info updated 2009/11/18: Bank assets: $1,451,969.3 mil, Deposits: $1,077,176.8 mil, headquarters in Charlotte, NC, positive income, 5782 total offices, Holding Company: Bank Of America Corporation
People’s United Bank: Revere Federal Savings And Loan Asso at 310 Broadway, branch established on 1901/01/01. Info updated 2012/02/16: Bank assets: $27,319.3 mil, Deposits: $20,835.4 mil, headquarters in Bridgeport, CT, positive income, Commercial Lending Specialization, 374 total offices
TD Bank, National Association: Revere Branch at 411 Broadway, branch established on 1977/04/04. Info updated 2010/10/04: Bank assets: $188,912.6 mil, Deposits: $153,149.8 mil, headquarters in Wilmington, DE, positive income, 1314 total offices, Holding Company: Toronto-Dominion Bank, The
Sovereign Bank, National Association: Revere Branch at 330 Broadway, branch established on 1965/05/06. Info updated 2012/01/31: Bank assets: $78,146.9 mil, Deposits: $48,042.9 mil, headquarters in Wilmington, DE, positive income, Commercial Lending Specialization, 718 total offices, Holding Company: Banco Santander, S.A.
Fire-safe hotels and motels in Revere, Massachusetts:
Fairfield Inn Boston North, 100 Morris St, Revere, MA 02151 , Phone: (781) 324-1900, Fax: (781) 321-9018
Comfort Inn/suites, 85 American Legion Hwy, Revere, MA 02151 , Phone: (781) 485-3600
Four Points By Sheraton, 407 Squire Rd, Revere, MA 02151 , Phone: (781) 284-7200, Fax: (781) 289-3176
Hampton Inn, Boston Logan Airport, 230 Lee Brubank Hwy, Revere, MA 02151 , Phone: (781) 286-5665, Fax: (781) 286-5775
Rodeway Inn, 309 American Legion Hwy, Revere, MA 02151 , Phone: (781) 284-3663, Fax: (781) 284-4326All 5 fire-safe hotels and motels in Revere, Massachusetts
Educational Attainment (%)
School Enrollment by Level of School (%)
Most commonly used house heating fuel:Utility gas (47%)
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. (35%)
Electricity (14%)
Bottled, tank, or LP gas (2%)
No fuel used (1%) 2008 Presidential Election results in Suffolk County Massachusetts:
Detailed 2008 election results.Neighborhoods in Revere:(Revere, Massachusetts Neighborhood Map)Beachmont (Beachmount) neighborhood
Belle Circle (Bell Circle) neighborhood
Crescent Beach neighborhood
East Revere (E. Revere) neighborhood
Franklin Park neighborhood
Oak Island neighborhood
Point of Pines (The Pines) neighborhood
Revere Beach neighborhood
Revere Street (Revere St) neighborhood
West Revere (W Revere) neighborhoodReligion statistics for Revere (based on Suffolk County data)
Percentage of population affiliated with a religious congregations: 60.02% Here60.0% USA50.2% Adherents
Breakdown of population affiliated with a religious congregations
NameCatholic ChurchJewishMuslim EstimateEpiscopal ChurchAmerican Baptist Churches in the USA
Adherents74.9%6.0%3.3%2.3%2.2%
Congregations21.3%6.4%2.3%7.3%10.2%NameInternational Churches of ChristSouthern Baptist ConventionChurch of God (Anderson, Indiana)Seventh-Day Adventist ChurchOther
Adherents1.5%1.0%1.0%0.9%7.1%
Congregations0.3%4.7%0.6%2.6%44.3%
Source: Jones, Dale E., et al. 2002. Congregations and Membership in the United States 2000. Nashville, TN: Glenmary Research Center.Tables represent county-level data.Food Environment Statistics:Number of grocery stores: 180Suffolk County:2.47 / 10,000 pop.Massachusetts:1.98 / 10,000 pop.
Number of convenience stores (no gas): 239Suffolk County:3.29 / 10,000 pop.Massachusetts:2.22 / 10,000 pop.
Number of convenience stores (with gas): 54Suffolk County:0.74 / 10,000 pop.State:1.77 / 10,000 pop.
Number of full-service restaurants: 766Here:10.53 / 10,000 pop.State:8.76 / 10,000 pop.
Adult diabetes rate: This county:8.0%Massachusetts:8.1%
Adult obesity rate: Suffolk County:21.4%Massachusetts:22.5%
Low-income preschool obesity rate: This county:17.1%State:16.5%Local government employment and payroll (March 2007)Function
Full-time employees
Monthly full-time payroll
Average yearly full-time wage
Part-time employees
Monthly part-time payrollFinancial Administration
20$82,105$49,2633$8,211
Other Government Administration
9$41,088$54,78411$15,958
Judicial and Legal
4$17,960$53,8800$0
Police Protection – Officers
98$647,515$79,2880$0
Police – Other
8$21,047$31,5717$5,217
Firefighters
101$553,187$65,7250$0
Fire – Other
3$10,001$40,0045$4,832
Streets and Highways
14$65,093$55,7941$425
Welfare
6$19,195$38,39010$8,942
Health
6$23,620$47,2402$4,478
Sewerage
2$16,897$101,3820$0
Parks and Recreation
1$4,797$57,56416$11,896
Housing and Community Development(Local)
6$35,441$70,8820$0
Natural Resources
3$10,692$42,7681$664
Water Supply
16$88,102$66,0770$0
Elementary and Secondary – Instruction
509$2,606,635$61,453159$214,820
Elementary and Secondary – Other Total
119$456,138$45,997130$115,021
Local Libraries
5$17,605$42,2528$8,535
Other and Unallocable
12$51,452$51,4528$5,820
Totals for Government
942$4,768,570$60,746361$404,819Revere government finances in 2006 (per resident):Bond Funds – Cash and Securities: $6,591,000 ($127.16)
Charges – All Other: $1,544,000 ($29.79) Elementary and Secondary Education School Lunch: $1,486,000 ($28.67) Regular Highways: $187,000 ($3.61) Elementary and Secondary Education – Other: $20,000 ($0.39)
Construction – Elementary and Secondary Education: $15,201,000 ($293.27) General – Other: $106,000 ($2.05) Sewerage: $88,000 ($1.70) Police Protection: $50,000 ($0.96) Local Fire Protection: $42,000 ($0.81)
Current Operations – Elementary and Secondary Education: $57,161,000 ($1102.81) General – Other: $14,905,000 ($287.56) Local Fire Protection: $6,818,000 ($131.54) Police Protection: $6,606,000 ($127.45) Regular Highways: $6,223,000 ($120.06) Financial Administration: $2,575,000 ($49.68) Water Utilities: $1,971,000 ($38.03) Solid Waste Management: $1,030,000 ($19.87) Central Staff Services: $760,000 ($14.66) Housing and Community Development: $644,000 ($12.42) Public Welfare – Other: $554,000 ($10.69) Libraries: $455,000 ($8.78) Protective Inspection and Regulation, NEC: $373,000 ($7.20) Judicial and Legal Services: $273,000 ($5.27) Health – Other: $246,000 ($4.75) Parking Facilities: $189,000 ($3.65) Parks and Recreation: $168,000 ($3.24) Sewerage: $48,000 ($0.93) Natural Resources – Other: $6,000 ($0.12)
Federal Intergovernmental – Highways: $542,000 ($10.46) All Other: $175,000 ($3.38) Education: $0 ($0.00)
General – Interest on Debt: $357,000 ($6.89)
Intergovernmental to Local NEC – Elementary and Secondary Education: $2,650,000 ($51.13) Health – Other: $42,000 ($0.81) Central Staff Services: $13,000 ($0.25) Transit Utilities: $1,000 ($0.02)
Intergovernmental to State – General – Other: $10,393,000 ($200.51) Transit Utilities: $2,634,000 ($50.82) Elementary and Secondary Education: $2,054,000 ($39.63)
Long Term Debt Retired Unspecified Public Purpose: $1,549,000 ($29.89)
Miscellaneous – General Revenue, NEC: $1,394,000 ($26.89) Interest Earnings: $1,098,000 ($21.18) Fines and Forfeits: $1,020,000 ($19.68)
NEW for 2005 – Long Term Debt Beginning Outstanding – Unspecified Public Purpose: $10,205,000 ($196.89) Long Term Debt Outstanding Unspecified Public Purpose: $8,656,000 ($167.00)
Other Capital Outlay – Water Utilities: $1,391,000 ($26.84) General – Other: $895,000 ($17.27) General Public Building: $675,000 ($13.02) Elementary and Secondary Education: $0 ($0.00)
Other Funds – Cash and Securities: $16,808,000 ($324.28)
Revenue – Water Utilities: $14,984,000 ($289.09)
Short Term Debt Outstanding – Beginning: $28,245,000 ($544.93) End of Fiscal Year: $21,484,000 ($414.49)
Sinking Funds – Cash and Securities: $511,000 ($9.86)
State Intergovernmental – Education: $52,182,000 ($1006.75) General Local Government Support: $11,830,000 ($228.24) All Other: $1,747,000 ($33.71) Highways: $840,000 ($16.21) Housing and Community Development: $625,000 ($12.06) Public Welfare: $249,000 ($4.80) Water Utilities: $17,000 ($0.33)
Tax – Property: $56,784,000 ($1095.54) Other License: $1,389,000 ($26.80) Other Selective Sales: $787,000 ($15.18)
Total Salaries and Wages: $52,994,000 ($1022.42)
Water Utilities – Interest on Debt: $51,000 ($0.98)
11.05% of this county’s 2006 resident taxpayers lived in other counties in 2005 ($49,380 average adjusted gross income)Here:11.05%Massachusetts average:6.31%
0.58% of residents moved from foreign countries ($778 average AGI)Suffolk County:0.58%Massachusetts average:0.28%Top counties from which taxpayers relocated into this county between 2005 and 2006:
from Middlesex County, MA  2.69% ($53,734 average AGI)
from Norfolk County, MA  1.55% ($65,283)
from Essex County, MA  0.60% ($50,542)
12.05% of this county’s 2005 resident taxpayers moved to other counties in 2006 ($54,909 average adjusted gross income)Here:12.05%Massachusetts average:6.91%
0.20% of residents moved to foreign countries ($657 average AGI)Suffolk County:0.20%Massachusetts average:0.11%Top counties to which taxpayers relocated from this county between 2005 and 2006:
to Middlesex County, MA  3.18% ($54,668 average AGI)
to Norfolk County, MA  2.10% ($55,985)
to Essex County, MA  0.94% ($54,644)
Strongest AM radio stations in Revere:
WROL (950 AM; 5 kW; BOSTON, MA; Owner: SCA LICENSE CORPORATION)
WRKO (680 AM; 50 kW; BOSTON, MA; Owner: ENTERCOM BOSTON LICENSE, LLC)
WEZE (590 AM; 5 kW; BOSTON, MA; Owner: NEW ENGLAND CONTINENTAL MEDIA, INC.)
WILD (1090 AM; daytime; 5 kW; BOSTON, MA; Owner: RADIO ONE OF BOSTON LICENSES, LLC)
WBZ (1030 AM; 50 kW; BOSTON, MA; Owner: INFINITY BROADCASTING OPERATIONS, INC.)
WWZN (1510 AM; 50 kW; BOSTON, MA; Owner: ROSE CITY RADIO CORPORATION)
WXKS (1430 AM; 5 kW; EVERETT, MA; Owner: AMFM RADIO LICENSES, L.L.C.)
WEEI (850 AM; 50 kW; BOSTON, MA; Owner: ENTERCOM BOSTON LICENSE, LLC)
WRCA (1330 AM; 25 kW; WALTHAM, MA; Owner: WRCA LICENSE, LLC)
WUNR (1600 AM; 20 kW; BROOKLINE, MA; Owner: CHAMPION BROADCASTING SYSTEMS, INC.)
WKOX (1200 AM; 50 kW; FRAMINGHAM, MA; Owner: CAPSTAR TX LIMITED PARTNERSHIP)
WBIX (1060 AM; 40 kW; NATICK, MA; Owner: LANGER BROADCASTING CORPORATION)
WLYN (1360 AM; 1 kW; LYNN, MA; Owner: MULTICULTURAL RADIO BROADCASTING, INC.)
Strongest FM radio stations in Revere:
WXKS-FM (107.9 FM; MEDFORD, MA; Owner: AMFM RADIO LICENSES, L.L.C.)
WMJX (106.7 FM; BOSTON, MA; Owner: GREATER BOSTON RADIO, INC.)
W267AI (101.3 FM; BOSTON, MA; Owner: MCC BROADCASTING COMPANY, INC.)
WHRB (95.3 FM; CAMBRIDGE, MA; Owner: HARVARD RADIO BROADCASTING CO., INC.)
WBCN (104.1 FM; BOSTON, MA; Owner: HEMISPHERE BROADCASTING CORPORATION)
WZLX (100.7 FM; BOSTON, MA; Owner: INFINITY BROADCASTING CORPORATION OF BOSTON)
WERS (88.9 FM; BOSTON, MA; Owner: EMERSON COLLEGE)
WFNX (101.7 FM; LYNN, MA; Owner: MCC BROADCASTING COMPANY, INC.)
WQSX (93.7 FM; LAWRENCE, MA; Owner: ENTERCOM BOSTON LICENSE, LLC)
WBMX (98.5 FM; BOSTON, MA; Owner: INFINITY RADIO OPERATIONS INC.)
WJMN (94.5 FM; BOSTON, MA; Owner: AMFM RADIO LICENSES, L.L.C.)
WBOS (92.9 FM; BROOKLINE, MA; Owner: GREATER BOSTON RADIO, INC.)
WCRB (102.5 FM; WALTHAM, MA; Owner: CHARLES RIVER BROADCASTING WCRB LICE)
WTKK (96.9 FM; BOSTON, MA; Owner: GREATER BOSTON RADIO, INC.)
WROR-FM (105.7 FM; FRAMINGHAM, MA; Owner: GREATER BOSTON RADIO, INC.)
WGBH (89.7 FM; BOSTON, MA; Owner: WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION)
WBUR-FM (90.9 FM; BOSTON, MA; Owner: TRUSTEES OF BOSTON UNIVERSITY)
WMBR (88.1 FM; CAMBRIDGE, MA; Owner: TECHNOLOGY BROADCASTING CORPORATION)
WODS (103.3 FM; BOSTON, MA; Owner: INFINITY BROADCASTING OPERATIONS, INC.)
WKLB-FM (99.5 FM; LOWELL, MA; Owner: GREATER BOSTON RADIO, INC.)
TV broadcast stations around Revere:
WBPX (Channel 68; BOSTON, MA; Owner: PAXSON BOSTON-68 LICENSE, INC.)
WTMU-LP (Channel 32; BOSTON, MA; Owner: ZGS BOSTON, INC.)
WCEA-LP (Channel 58; BOSTON, MA; Owner: CHANNEL 19 TV CORPORATION)
WCVB-TV (Channel 5; BOSTON, MA; Owner: WCVB HEARST-ARGYLE TV, INC.)
WGBH-TV (Channel 2; BOSTON, MA; Owner: WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION)
WHDH-TV (Channel 7; BOSTON, MA; Owner: WHDH-TV)
WMFP (Channel 62; LAWRENCE, MA; Owner: WSAH LICENSE, INC.)
WSBK-TV (Channel 38; BOSTON, MA; Owner: VIACOM INC.)
WLVI-TV (Channel 56; CAMBRIDGE, MA; Owner: WLVI, INC.)
WBZ-TV (Channel 4; BOSTON, MA; Owner: VIACOM INC.)
WGBX-TV (Channel 44; BOSTON, MA; Owner: WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION)
WFXT (Channel 25; BOSTON, MA; Owner: FOX TELEVISION STATIONS INC.)
W40BO (Channel 40; BOSTON, MA; Owner: PAXSON COMMUNICATIONS LPTV, INC.)
WUTF (Channel 66; MARLBOROUGH, MA; Owner: TELEFUTURA BOSTON LLC)
WFXZ-CA (Channel 24; BOSTON, MA; Owner: BOSTON BROADCASTING CORP.)
WWDP (Channel 46; NORWELL, MA; Owner: NORWELL TELEVISION, LLC)
WUNI (Channel 27; WORCESTER, MA; Owner: ENTRAVISION HOLDINGS, LLC)
WHDN-LP (Channel 26; BOSTON, MA; Owner: GUENTER MARKSTEINER)
WLNE-TV (Channel 6; NEW BEDFORD, MA; Owner: FREEDOM BROADCASTING OF SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND, INC.)
WPRI-TV (Channel 12; PROVIDENCE, RI; Owner: TVL BROADCASTING OF RHODE ISLAND, LLC)
WNAC-TV (Channel 64; PROVIDENCE, RI; Owner: WNAC, LLC)
WJAR (Channel 10; PROVIDENCE, RI; Owner: OUTLET BROADCASTING, INC.)
WNDS (Channel 50; DERRY, NH; Owner: CTV OF DERRY, INC)Fatal accident count (per 100,000 population)
See more detailed statistics of Revere fatal car crashes and road traffic accidents for 1975 – 2009 here
National Bridge Inventory (NBI) Statistics
Number of bridges: 26
Total length: 84 meters (276ft)
Total costs: $81,057,000
Total average daily traffic: 1,169,700
Total average daily truck traffic: 110,837
Total future (year 2029) average daily traffic: 1,847,309
New bridges – Historical StatisticsBefore 1900: 1
1900-1909: 1
1910-1919: 0
1920-1929: 0
1930-1939: 11
1940-1949: 2
1950-1959: 9
1960-1969: 0
1970-1979: 1
1980-1989: 0
1990-1999: 0
2000-2010: 1See Full National Bridge Inventory Statistics for Revere, MA
FCC Registered Antenna Towers: 13 (See the full list of FCC Registered Antenna Towers in Revere)
FCC Registered Commercial Land Mobile Towers: 1Near (Lat: 42.442306 Lon: -71.040889), Type: Tower, Structure height: 20 m, Call Sign: WPLC281, Licensee ID: L00124895
Assigned Frequencies: 857.012 MHz, 857.587 MHz, 858.012 MHz, 858.587 MHz, 859.012 MHz, 859.587 MHz, 860.587 MHz, 862.012 MHz, 862.037 MHz, 862.062 MHz… (+157 more)Grant Date: 01/01/2002, Expiration Date: 02/06/2012
Registrant: Nextel Communications Of The Mid-Atlantic, Inc., 2001 Edmund Halley Drive, Reston, VA 20191, Phone: (703) 433-4000, Fax: (703) 433-4035
FCC Registered Private Land Mobile Towers: 5Reservoir Top Of Prospect Ave (Lat: 42.407306 Lon: -71.015056), Call Sign: KNDL983, Licensee ID: L00039996
Assigned Frequencies: 158.970 MHzGrant Date: 06/01/2002, Expiration Date: 08/18/2012
Registrant: City Of Revere, 23 Pleasant St, Revere, MA 02154, Phone: (617) 284-1212134 Rail Road St (Lat: 42.403417 Lon: -71.006167), Call Sign: WIB665
Assigned Frequencies: 487.687 MHzGrant Date: 07/06/1999, Expiration Date: 09/08/2004, Cancellation Date: 11/13/2004
Registrant: Air Freight Specials Inc, 134 Rail Road St, Revere, MA 02151, Phone: (617) 284-6471Lat: 42.412500 Lon: -71.002778, Call Sign: WQAS604
Assigned Frequencies: 463.600 MHz, 468.600 MHzGrant Date: 07/29/2004, Expiration Date: 07/29/2014, Certifier: William Schulz Iii
Registrant: All-Comm Technologies, Inc., 5 Whitmore Road, Revere, MA 02151, Phone: (781) 289-3000, Fax: (781) 289-7300Swe Route 145 & Tomasello Ave. (Lat: 42.422806 Lon: -71.006000), Call Sign: WQCE713
Assigned Frequencies: 467.462 MHz, 467.187 MHz, 467.512 MHz, 467.487 MHzGrant Date: 02/16/2005, Expiration Date: 02/16/2015, Certifier: Joan Anderberg
Registrant: Advanced Wireless Communications, 20809 Kensington Blvd., Lakeville, MN 55021, Phone: (952) 469-5400, Email:
Lat: 42.411750 Lon: -71.007833, Call Sign: WQIF654
Assigned Frequencies: 72.6200 MHzGrant Date: 01/25/2008, Expiration Date: 01/25/2018, Certifier: Salvatore Mazzola Jr
Registrant: The Alarm Room, 44 Suffolk Drive, East Hartford, CT 06118-2652, Phone: (860) 982-5676, Email: FCC Registered Microwave Towers: 7 (See the full list of FCC Registered Microwave Towers in this town)
FCC Registered Paging Towers: 1 (See the full list of FCC Registered Paging Towers)
FCC Registered Maritime Coast & Aviation Ground Towers: 5 (See the full list of FCC Registered Maritime Coast & Aviation Ground Towers)
FCC Registered Amateur Radio Licenses: 71 (See the full list of FCC Registered Amateur Radio Licenses in Revere)
FAA Registered Aircraft: 7Aircraft: PIPER PA-22-135 (Category: Land, Seats: 4, Weight: Up to 12,499 Pounds, Speed: 94 mph), Engine: LYCOMING 0-290 SERIES (140 HP) (Reciprocating)
N-Number: 1519P , Serial Number: 22-2384, Year manufactured: 1954
Registrant (Individual): Joseph Mantini, 514 Malden St, Revere, MA 02151Aircraft: SOCATA TB 9 TAMPICO (Category: Land, Seats: 4, Weight: Up to 12,499 Pounds), Engine: LYCOMING 0-320 SERIES (180 HP) (Reciprocating)
N-Number: 2520D , Serial Number: 880, Airworthiness Date: 03/17/1989
Registrant (Individual): Michael Dibenedetto, 20 S Genessee St, Revere, MA 02151Aircraft: BEECH A23A (Category: Land, Seats: 4, Weight: Up to 12,499 Pounds, Speed: 116 mph), Engine: CONT MOTOR IO-346 SERIES (165 HP) (Reciprocating)
N-Number: 3681Q , Serial Number: M-1053, Year manufactured: 1967, Airworthiness Date: 07/19/1967
Registrant (Individual): Joseph A Santosuosso, 21 Hillside Ave, Revere, MA 02151Aircraft: CESSNA 172F (Category: Land, Seats: 4, Weight: Up to 12,499 Pounds, Speed: 105 mph), Engine: CONT MOTOR 0-300 SER (145 HP) (Reciprocating)
N-Number: 5331R , Serial Number: 17252857, Year manufactured: 1965, Airworthiness Date: 04/20/1965
Registrant (Individual): Antonio Dibenedetto, 90 Kimball Ave, Revere, MA 02151Aircraft: FAIRCHILD 24R-9 (Category: Land, Seats: 4, Weight: Up to 12,499 Pounds, Speed: 102 mph), Engine: FAIRCHILD 6-440 SERIES (200 HP) (Reciprocating)
N-Number: 60478 , Serial Number: R40412, Year manufactured: 1940
Registrant (Corporation): Automotive Enterprises, 70 Lee Burbank Hwy, Revere, MA 02151Aircraft: CESSNA 152 (Category: Land, Seats: 2, Weight: Up to 12,499 Pounds), Engine: LYCOMING 0-235 SERIES (115 HP) (4 Cycle)
N-Number: 65463 , Serial Number: 15281566, Year manufactured: 1978, Airworthiness Date: 05/04/1978
Registrant (Individual): George T Bellofatto, 26 Geneva St, Revere, MA 02151Aircraft: CESSNA 150L (Category: Land, Seats: 2, Weight: Up to 12,499 Pounds, Speed: 90 mph), Engine: CONT MOTOR 0-200 SERIES (100 HP) (Reciprocating)
N-Number: 7482G , Serial Number: 15074667, Year manufactured: 1973, Airworthiness Date: 05/23/1973
Registrant (Individual): Robert E Rice, 361 Vane St, Revere, MA 02151Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Aggregated Statistics For Year 2009(Based on 8 full tracts)A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VAHome Purchase LoansB) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansC) RefinancingsD) Home Improvement LoansE) Loans on Dwellings For 5+ FamiliesF) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)G) Loans On ManufacturedHome Dwelling (A B C & D)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED201$234,746265$153,064639$213,13934$82,3825$464,40049$176,9591$117,000
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED19$214,15826$162,96264$226,0478$87,1250$06$196,6670$0
APPLICATIONS DENIED95$229,968110$150,900320$243,90341$74,4881$250,00034$196,2941$118,000
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN31$228,03255$154,200212$228,29211$103,9090$020$164,8000$0
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS12$206,16717$162,88256$222,7504$214,2500$01$85,0000$0 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2008(Based on 8 full tracts)A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VAHome Purchase LoansB) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansC) RefinancingsD) Home Improvement LoansE) Loans on Dwellings For 5+ FamiliesF) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)G) Loans On ManufacturedHome Dwelling (A B C & D)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED128$249,195422$187,033414$215,00260$57,31717$922,765112$214,5630$0
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED16$216,93862$193,53294$232,59612$18,5000$020$178,7500$0
APPLICATIONS DENIED48$230,375129$174,240359$270,09787$54,1722$234,50042$242,6192$46,500
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN29$254,48390$181,311147$250,4638$168,2502$464,00025$216,0800$0
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS7$240,42929$191,69046$277,5655$164,8000$09$225,8890$0 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2007(Based on 8 full tracts)A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VAHome Purchase LoansB) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansC) RefinancingsD) Home Improvement LoansE) Loans on Dwellings For 5+ FamiliesF) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)G) Loans On ManufacturedHome Dwelling (A B C & D)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED12$343,583495$214,451812$245,579125$97,85617$376,29484$232,9170$0
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED1$233,00099$201,434241$255,19929$65,6902$116,00025$243,9600$0
APPLICATIONS DENIED6$362,667214$223,935888$285,997150$75,4202$244,50058$224,0003$8,333
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN5$211,60071$233,000332$282,86110$187,6000$021$269,6670$0
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS1$356,00030$212,567138$303,6304$197,5000$011$251,0000$0 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2006(Based on 8 full tracts)A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VAHome Purchase LoansB) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansC) RefinancingsD) Home Improvement LoansE) Loans on Dwellings For 5+ FamiliesF) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)G) Loans On ManufacturedHome Dwelling (A B C & D)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED12$352,5001,035$202,5881,288$235,364215$112,23316$1,040,313143$228,0703$238,333
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED0$0129$208,054233$249,07724$131,3750$024$234,7500$0
APPLICATIONS DENIED2$207,000454$201,531996$281,286219$79,1964$241,00080$175,53811$125,000
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN0$0135$220,615639$284,55932$179,1561$430,00027$270,5191$45,000
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS0$053$218,283142$300,8739$89,4441$469,0008$242,1253$212,000 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2005(Based on 8 full tracts)A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VAHome Purchase LoansB) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansC) RefinancingsD) Home Improvement LoansE) Loans on Dwellings For 5+ FamiliesF) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)G) Loans On ManufacturedHome Dwelling (A B C & D)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED5$297,8001,209$214,4171,330$248,795171$150,87119$2,614,789145$257,2141$125,000
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED0$0123$225,301196$240,41822$80,1362$315,00015$181,5330$0
APPLICATIONS DENIED3$309,333453$203,839885$275,728196$96,7403$294,66788$203,0684$256,500
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN1$212,000263$218,814573$254,28664$211,1728$596,50050$256,1603$342,667
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS0$073$218,781283$286,8232$62,5000$025$286,5601$280,000 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2004(Based on 8 full tracts)A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VAHome Purchase LoansB) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansC) RefinancingsD) Home Improvement LoansE) Loans on Dwellings For 5+ FamiliesF) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)G) Loans On ManufacturedHome Dwelling (A B C & D)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED15$293,2001,006$224,7501,516$228,683177$120,16924$374,458145$233,8766$90,167
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED2$268,000115$245,374269$244,39444$107,5683$239,00015$304,6670$0
APPLICATIONS DENIED5$278,200249$237,892735$242,871188$92,1012$325,00072$205,3332$221,500
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN0$0108$226,731632$235,18874$181,7306$604,33336$233,1111$104,000
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS1$177,00025$196,040167$276,15010$156,1000$012$215,7502$63,000 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2003(Based on 8 full tracts)A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VAHome Purchase LoansB) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansC) RefinancingsD) Home Improvement LoansE) Loans on Dwellings For 5+ FamiliesF) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED39$275,769708$234,4052,820$184,90288$63,06827$475,444194$209,325
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED0$093$224,968432$189,50234$67,2651$365,00027$183,333
APPLICATIONS DENIED9$294,889185$230,530827$201,287104$58,6540$076$199,316
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN2$416,00096$232,500657$200,04321$56,0950$026$217,038
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS0$017$215,88270$208,9433$23,3330$09$246,778 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2002(Based on 8 full tracts)A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VAHome Purchase LoansB) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansC) RefinancingsD) Home Improvement LoansE) Loans on Dwellings For 5+ FamiliesF) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED48$237,667640$208,0781,927$174,783103$52,93215$2,854,667164$190,201
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED2$190,50082$191,207287$168,06632$43,4062$662,50021$179,762
APPLICATIONS DENIED10$269,700110$211,718489$180,924135$40,1263$572,00035$216,486
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN6$243,50070$213,386386$176,49531$62,6133$361,33317$232,294
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS0$028$184,82195$185,5891$30,0000$04$203,750 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2001(Based on 8 full tracts)A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VAHome Purchase LoansB) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansC) RefinancingsD) Home Improvement LoansE) Loans on Dwellings For 5+ FamiliesF) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED88$227,023598$178,0471,587$154,609108$33,95411$364,091151$167,914
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED17$214,70663$182,444233$144,61844$30,0454$297,00020$155,700
APPLICATIONS DENIED16$217,750115$190,765473$140,789148$32,7572$320,00031$171,548
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN8$206,75066$181,061341$143,77447$50,3830$018$146,500
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS2$203,00010$128,50062$160,6451$25,0002$331,0004$152,750 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2000(Based on 8 full tracts)A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VAHome Purchase LoansB) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansC) RefinancingsD) Home Improvement LoansE) Loans on Dwellings For 5+ FamiliesF) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED78$182,038552$152,582514$121,74389$29,6079$1,553,77870$118,871
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED9$165,55676$142,605115$109,87848$38,7080$024$123,375
APPLICATIONS DENIED14$199,643114$155,825324$93,997134$33,8133$866,66725$101,600
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN8$170,87555$168,636197$82,39621$45,5712$980,00014$104,357
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS4$191,50014$144,92949$152,2245$52,6000$07$183,571 Aggregated Statistics For Year 1999(Based on 6 full and 2 partial tracts)A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VAHome Purchase LoansB) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansC) RefinancingsD) Home Improvement LoansE) Loans on Dwellings For 5+ FamiliesF) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED90$159,791547$130,697744$107,36486$23,43721$491,225101$115,032
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED1$144,03061$119,619158$100,43040$28,6482$390,65513$102,416
APPLICATIONS DENIED20$159,174129$135,256293$101,12989$31,0363$141,60327$96,419
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN13$148,32767$122,528229$104,93824$49,5771$118,78014$100,039
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS2$252,47014$149,90566$118,2072$14,4250$08$123,521Choose year:  2009
2008
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NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED29$192,24112$267,5000$0
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED18$188,6677$264,5711$135,000
APPLICATIONS DENIED10$171,1007$251,5710$0
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN3$175,6678$274,6250$0
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS2$218,5002$280,0000$0 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2008(Based on 8 full tracts)A) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansB) RefinancingsC) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A & B)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED105$240,12448$281,1046$176,000
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED46$221,00038$310,3951$158,000
APPLICATIONS DENIED13$202,9239$277,7786$243,833
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN9$222,5564$401,0000$0
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS7$336,8570$01$366,000 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2007(Based on 8 full tracts)A) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansB) RefinancingsC) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A & B)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED152$269,38895$331,7589$232,000
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED24$284,87528$357,4641$234,000
APPLICATIONS DENIED3$320,6676$414,5001$329,000
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN7$320,57113$406,3852$252,000
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS1$234,0000$01$234,000 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2006(Based on 8 full tracts)A) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansB) RefinancingsC) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A & B)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED54$276,85253$310,6796$244,500
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED18$334,61117$331,3530$0
APPLICATIONS DENIED1$212,0001$299,0000$0
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN3$320,0003$308,0000$0
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS0$01$320,0000$0 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2005(Based on 8 full tracts)A) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansB) RefinancingsC) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A & B)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED77$277,94833$367,4853$334,667
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED23$302,6966$317,5002$322,000
APPLICATIONS DENIED1$310,0000$01$310,000
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN12$327,0002$312,5002$324,500
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS2$412,5000$00$0 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2004(Based on 8 full tracts)A) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansB) RefinancingsC) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A & B)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED134$284,34347$279,85112$288,000
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED31$257,83916$294,6252$304,000
APPLICATIONS DENIED3$353,6671$310,0000$0
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN9$302,1115$301,0001$221,000
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS2$157,0002$378,0002$378,000 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2003(Based on 8 full tracts)A) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansB) RefinancingsC) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A & B)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED202$275,39684$270,5489$216,778
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED46$271,58720$253,1504$267,000
APPLICATIONS DENIED14$311,2141$252,0002$308,500
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN2$282,0001$253,0000$0
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS11$270,3646$277,6676$216,000 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2002(Based on 8 full tracts)A) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansB) RefinancingsC) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A & B)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED216$236,16764$233,76610$227,100
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED35$216,14322$186,6821$340,000
APPLICATIONS DENIED4$201,5001$247,0000$0
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN7$198,8576$191,6670$0
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS2$206,0002$277,5000$0 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2001(Based on 8 full tracts)A) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansB) RefinancingsC) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A & B)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED233$204,06968$201,8538$166,250
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED36$185,75020$169,9002$98,000
APPLICATIONS DENIED13$188,0004$258,5005$238,400
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN4$218,2502$204,5001$270,000
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS1$312,0003$283,0000$0 Aggregated Statistics For Year 2000(Based on 8 full tracts)A) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansB) RefinancingsC) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A & B)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED211$174,89127$170,59312$169,750
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED34$176,4415$184,6003$208,000
APPLICATIONS DENIED8$201,5002$146,0001$140,000
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN1$266,0000$01$266,000
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS5$179,2001$180,0000$0 Aggregated Statistics For Year 1999(Based on 6 full and 2 partial tracts)A) ConventionalHome Purchase LoansB) RefinancingsC) Non-occupant Loans on < 5 Family Dwellings (A & B)
NumberAverage ValueNumberAverage ValueNumberAverage Value
LOANS ORIGINATED196$147,61339$141,9849$101,733
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED8$207,2188$140,3941$70,350
APPLICATIONS DENIED17$181,5686$148,1282$230,930
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN10$139,2632$131,8950$0
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS2$126,8451$80,4100$0Choose year:  2009
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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With the support of his Neighborhood Advisory Council, other community groups, The City Council, and the Police Department, Mayor Rizzo has launched an aggressive outreach campaign to help bolster Crime Watch Groups across the City.
Another Community Crime Watch Meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 30th at 6:00 pm in the Whelan School Cafeteria. Officials from the Revere Police Department will be teaching best practices for from Crime Watch formation, which are; Build organizations across the city, with planning committees, coordinators, and block captains; Communicate using email, phone tree, meetings, special outreach, and partnering with other community groups; Identifying different tasks that people can take on.
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Harry Dello Russo Stadium Stadium Press Conference- February 5, 2013 :: Calendar of Events :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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Only Gateway Cities, which include; Brockton, Chelsea, Chicopee, Everett, Fall River, Fitchburg, Haverhill, Holyoke, Lawrence, Leominster, Lowell, Lynn, Malden, Methuen, New Bedford, Pittsfield, Revere, Salem, Springfield, Taunton, Westfield, and Worcester, are eligible for this type of funding from the State. The project will cost in the vicinity of $4 million through the entire construction phase and the funding from the state will cover close to 70 percent of the project. The stadium has long been identified by Mayor Rizzo as a top priority of his administration.  It will continue as a multi-use, city wide recreational facility.  When upgraded, it will include not only a new Football field, but a new regulation sized running track.
According to the most recent U.S. Census, the City of Revere is home to over 8,000 children between the ages of 10-19. A new stadium will help out enormously in serving the growing needs of Revere’s rising youth population. Construction would begin in July of 2013 and last through June of 2015. “The stadium is a top priority for this administration and of the Planning and Community Development Department.  I look forward to working with the State to restore the space and create a place for all of our children to play,” commented Planning Director Frank Stringi.
“I was overjoyed when we received word from the EEA that Revere was to receive funding to rehabilitate Harry Della Russo Stadium. This grant validates our hard work done on a daily basis to improve the quality of life for all Revere residents. I believe that a new state of the art facility in our downtown area will be another step towards revitalizing our central business district and that it will dramatically impact the quality and quantity of opportunities that currently exist for recreational and sports related activities for our children.” commented Mayor Rizzo.

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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Ward 5 Community Crime Watch Meeting- May 21, 2013 :: Calendar of Events :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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DATE: Tuesday, May 21st
TIME: 7:00PM-8:00PM
LOCATION: Jack Satter House – Dining Room (420 Revere Beach Blvd.)
With the support of his Neighborhood Advisory Council, the City Council, Police Department, and other community groups, Mayor Rizzo has launched an aggressive outreach campaign to help bolster Crime Watch Groups across the City.
A Community Crime Watch Meeting will be held on Tuesday May 21st at 7:00 pm at Jack Satter House dining room. This meeting is mainly for residents of Ward 5, but all are welcome. Officials from the Revere Police Department will be teaching best practices for Crime Watch formation, which are; build organizations across the city, with planning committees, coordinators, and block captains; communicate using email, phone trees, meetings, special outreach, and partnering with other community groups; identifying different tasks that people can take on.
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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City Council Meeting – April 22, 2013 :: Calendar of Events :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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April 22, 2013

5:45 P.M.   Appointment Sub-Committee

6:00 P.M.   Salute to the Flag

Roll Call of Members

Approval of the Journal of the meeting of April 2, and April 8, 2013.

12-022         Joint meeting of the utility companies.

Certificates of Commendation will be awarded to the Commission on Disability for their continuous hard work and dedication in advocating for the rights and interests of disabled residents and their families.

Public Hearings

13-087         Hearing called, as ordered, upon the proposed loan order in the amount of $2,500,000 for the replacement of various water lines, valves, and hydrants through the MWRA Local Pipeline Assistance Program.

Hearing called, as ordered, upon the request of Robert T. Mahoney, 2 Paul Street, Revere, Massachusetts, to convey two lots of land owned by Rowe Contracting, Lots 229 Ossen Street (a paper street) containing 2,783 S.F. and Lot 232 Ossen Street (a paper street) containing 2,783 S.F. for a total of 5,566 S.F. to the City of Revere in exchange for a lot owned by the City of Revere, Lot 7 Grandview Avenue containing 5,250 S.F.

C-13-04       Hearing called as ordered on the application of CBW Lending, LLC, 745 Fifth Ave. – 18th Floor, New York, NY 10151 seeking permission of the Revere City Council to operate a commercial automotive storage/parking facility at 190 VFW Parkway, Revere, MA.

C-13-05       Hearing called as ordered on the application of Louis Rubino, Trustee, Rubino Family Realty Trust c/o One Sprague St., Revere, MA 02151 seeking permission from the Revere City Council to convert an existing mixed use residential/retail nonconforming structure to a mixed residential/restaurant use to enable the appellant to operate a bistro style pizzeria with take-out at 744 Broadway, Revere, MA 02151.

C-13-06       Hearing called as ordered on the application of Frank Licata, 244 Vinton St., Melrose, MA 02176 seeking permission from the Revere City Council to modify and extend a nonconforming four (4) family structure on Lot A1 at 200 Ocean Ave, Revere, MA 02151.

C-13-07       Hearing called as ordered on the application of A.L. Prime Energy Consultant, Inc., 18 Lark Ave., Saugus, MA 01906 seeking permission from the Revere City Council to reconstruct and expand a non-conforming use and structure to enable the appellant to construct a 2,200 gsf retail convenience store and 10 gasoline pumps on Lot 215-4 at 655 Revere Beach Parkway, Revere, MA 02151.

C-13-08       Hearing called as ordered on the application of Paul Buonfiglio, 245 Revere St., Revere, MA 02151 seeking permission from the Revere City Council to convert a pre-existing nonconforming structure from four (4) residential units and one (1) commercial unit to five (5) residential units and one (1) commercial unit on Lot 7 at 245 Revere St., Revere, MA 02151.

C-13-09       Hearing called as ordered on the application of Van Wagner Communications, LLC, 800 3rd Avenue, 28th Floor, New York, NY 10022 seeking permission from the Revere City Council to modify a nonconforming use, an existing billboard, on Lot 1 at 40 Lee Burbank Highway, Revere, MA 02151

C-13-10       Hearing called as ordered on the application of Van Wagner Communications, LLC, 800 3rd Avenue, 28th Floor, New York, NY 10022 seeking permission from the Revere City Council to modify a nonconforming use, an existing billboard, on Lots 1 and 4 at 1141 Revere Beach Pkwy., Revere, MA 02151

CZ-13-01    Hearing called as ordered on the application of Black Marble Motorcycles, LLC, 1760 Revere Beach Parkway, Everett, MA 02149; Squire, LLC, 84 Clifton St., Belmont, MA 02478; and Wesley, LLC, 84 Clifton St., Belmont, MA 02478 seeking to amend the zoning ordinances of the City of Revere as follows:

“Section 1.  Title 17, Chapter 17.16, Section 17.16.040 Generally – Table of Uses of the Revised Ordinances of the City of Revere, Sub-Section D – Business Uses and Consumer Services is hereby amended by adding Class I and Class II motor vehicle sale use as available uses by special permit in the Industrial Park (IP) zoning district.”

Committee Reports

Report of the Appointment Sub-Committee

Communications

Comm. from the Mayor relative to National Missing Children’s Day Proclamation.

C-13-06       Comm. from Site Plan Review relative to recommendations for the special permit of 200 Ocean Ave.

C-13-05       Comm. from Site Plan Review relative to recommendations for the special permit of 744 Broadway.

C-13-04       Comm. from Site Plan Review relative to recommendations for the special permit of 190 VFW Parkway.

C-13-07       Comm. from Site Plan Review relative to recommendations for the special permit of 655 Revere Beach Parkway.

Motions

13-089         Motion presented by Councillor Powers:  That the Mayor request the MBTA to relocate bus stop at 79 Beach Street to 119 Beach Street.

13-090         Motion presented by Councillor Zambuto:  In recognition of the late Adele J. Toro’s unique contribution to the City of Revere by her untiring efforts to secure the conservation and designation of Rumney Marsh as an Area of Critical Concern, thereby preserving for all times over 2,800 acres of marshlands which the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has characterized as, “one of the most biologically significant estuaries in Massachusetts”, that the Mayor, working in conjunction with Roseland Properties, place a memorial sign honoring Adele J. Toro, on land owned by Roseland Properties, near one of the benches, on the westerly edge of the Rumney Marsh, adjacent to the easterly side of Salem Street and that an appropriate dedication ceremony be arranged during the month of June 2013.

13-091         Motion presented by Councillor Patch:  That the Mayor request Mass Highway to clean the areas on Asti and Lucia Avenues abutting Route 1.

13-092         Motion presented by Councillor Arrigo:  That Mayor request the management team of the Hill School project, in conjunction with the School Department, to appear before the City Council on a monthly basis to give the City Council an update on the construction and cost of the Hill School and other related projects.

13-093         Motion presented by Councillors Giannino and Powers:  That the Mayor request Inspectional Services to require the owner of 585 North Shore Road to address the tractor trailer tipped on its side as a matter of public safety.

13-094         Motion presented by Councillor Powers:  That the Mayor request Inspectional Services to make a determination as to the ownership of the former St. Theresa’s Church on Revere Street.  Further, that the owners be notified to clean the area around the building from cardboard and other debris.

13-095         Motion presented by Councillor Guinasso:  That the Mayor request the DPW to repair the potholes at base of the driveways of 20 and 23 Dawes Street.  Plowing over the winter has caused severe damage at these locations.  Several requests have been made for these repairs but the work has not been completed.

13-096         Motion presented by Councillor Haas:  That the Mayor request the appropriate department to remove all sneakers from telephone pole wires throughout the City.

13-097         Motion presented by Councillor Powers:  That the Mayor request MassHighway to clean the sidewalk area on Route 1A from John Avenue up to Mahoney Circle aka Bell Circle.  Further, that the areas under the guardrails that abut the marsh area also be cleaned.

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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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The meeting will be at Casa Lucia- 61 Lucia Avenue, Revere. Tickets are $20.00 per person.GUEST SPEAKER: Paul F. Evans, former Boston Police Commissioner and current Head of Security for Suffolk DownsDiscussions will include the partnership between Police and local businesses, as well as the impact of the proposed casino in terms of traffic, safety and security issues.RSVP by May 1st(781) 286-8111 (Mayor’s Office)revere_mayor@revere.org Categories:Mayor’s Office
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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City Hall Revere is located at:
281 Broadway. Revere, MA 02151
The main phone number is: 781-286-8100
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Consumer/Shred Day – July 30, 2013 :: Calendar of Events :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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281 Broadway. Revere, MA 02151
The main phone number is: 781-286-8100
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April 1, 2013 to April 1, 2013 :: Calendar of Events :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
Monday thru Thursday : 8:15 AM – 5:00 PMFriday: 8:15 AM – 12:15 PM
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PLEASE:
*Sweep all sand and debris from sidewalk*
*The City WILL NOT be posting temporary signs. Please refer to permanent signs posted on your street for parking restrictions*
*If you are planning a vacation or will not be home the day of sweeping leaveCategories:None
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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281 Broadway. Revere, MA 02151
The main phone number is: 781-286-8100
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August 29, 2013 to August 29, 2013 :: Calendar of Events :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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Invites you to our Open House Series – 3 different dates
“Reaching Out To You”
All seniors throughout the city are welcome to attend and enjoy these welcoming events!
Thursday, August 29, 2013         2:00PM -4:30PM
Thursday, September 26, 2013    2:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Thursday, October 24, 2013        2:00 PM – 4:30 PMFood (light fare)
Assorted Beverages
Musical Entertainment
Door Prizes
Raffle Prizes
50/50 Raffle
Come by and say hello to old friends
Meet new friends
Meet the staff of the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center
Take a survey and let us know how we can serve your needs betterRevere Council on Elder Affairs, Rosetti-Cowan Senior Center
25 Winthrop Ave.
Revere, MA 02151
Tel:  (781) 286-8156Categories: None Categories:None
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Translate this site with Google Translate BETA Hours of ServiceMonday-Thursday: 8:15am-5pm
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City Hall Revere is located at:
281 Broadway. Revere, MA 02151
The main phone number is: 781-286-8100
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Mayor’s Office :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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The group will be meeting with Mayor Rizzo, and other City Officials, to review the second phase of the revitalization effort. Subjects will include a proposal to remove the old Police Station on Pleasant Street to create more parking, parking alternatives to the municipal parking lot, as well as other conceptual and design issues.
Mayor Rizzo’s proposed development plan will preserve the historic character of the area while making large-scale aesthetic improvements, creating a robust commercial center that is inviting for residents and local business owners. Top priorities include building and sidewalk renovations, street scape and storefront enhancements, landscaping, lighting improvements, and more accessible trash disposal and recycling facilities. These improvements will beautify Revere’s downtown, bolster investor confidence, and promote reinvestment of consumer dollars by making Broadway a “real” choice destination.
If you would like to get involved in the revitalization of Broadway, please contact the City of Revere’s Director of Economic Development, John Festa at jfesta@revere.org or by calling 781-286-8111 Categories:Mayor’s Office Interfaith Service/VigilDateMay 7, 2013 Time 6:30 PM to 7:30 PMInterfaith Prayer Service/Vigil
(Event will take place on the steps outside of Revere City Hall, 281 Broadway, Revere from 6:30PM to 7:30PM, Tuesday, May 7th, 2013)
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Interfaith Prayer Service/Vigil
Opening Remarks by Mayor Daniel Rizzo
Remarks by Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo
Remarks by State Senator Anthony Petruccelli
Remarks by Revere Police Chief Joseph Cafarelli
Opening Prayer: Reverend Nick Granitsis, First Congregational Church
Prayer: Reverend David Martinez, Gospel Tabernacle Assembly of God
Prayer: Sophal Pat, Head Monk
Prayer: Sherif Shabaka, Al-Huda Center
Prayer: Father George Butera, St Anthony’s Church
Prayer: Reverend James E. Collins, Eagle Heights Church
(Candle Lighting Begins)
Closing Prayer: Rabbi Joseph Berman, Temple Bnai Israel
(Candles are blown out at the end of prayer)
Closing Remarks by Mayor Daniel Rizzo
In case of a need to move the location due to weather it will be held in the City Council Chambers, Revere City Hall, 281 Broadway.  Categories:Mayor’s Office Community Business Meeting DateMay 8, 2013 Time 6:00 PM to 8:00 PMPlease join Mayor Daniel Rizzo and Police Chief Joseph Cafarelli for a Community Business Meeting on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 6:00 P.M.
The meeting will be at Casa Lucia- 61 Lucia Avenue, Revere. Tickets are $20.00 per person.GUEST SPEAKER: Paul F. Evans, former Boston Police Commissioner and current Head of Security for Suffolk DownsDiscussions will include the partnership between Police and local businesses, as well as the impact of the proposed casino in terms of traffic, safety and security issues.RSVP by May 1st(781) 286-8111 (Mayor’s Office)revere_mayor@revere.org Categories:Mayor’s Office Ward 5 Community Crime Watch Meeting DateMay 21, 2013 Time 7:00 PM to 8:00 PMCOMMUNITY CRIME WATCH MEETING
DATE: Tuesday, May 21st
TIME: 7:00PM-8:00PM
LOCATION: Jack Satter House – Dining Room (420 Revere Beach Blvd.)
With the support of his Neighborhood Advisory Council, the City Council, Police Department, and other community groups, Mayor Rizzo has launched an aggressive outreach campaign to help bolster Crime Watch Groups across the City.
A Community Crime Watch Meeting will be held on Tuesday May 21st at 7:00 pm at Jack Satter House dining room. This meeting is mainly for residents of Ward 5, but all are welcome. Officials from the Revere Police Department will be teaching best practices for Crime Watch formation, which are; build organizations across the city, with planning committees, coordinators, and block captains; communicate using email, phone trees, meetings, special outreach, and partnering with other community groups; identifying different tasks that people can take on.
For more information email revere_mayor@revere.org or call 781-286-8111. Categories:Mayor’s Office Memorial Day Exercises DateMay 27, 2013 Time 11:00 AM to 12:00 PMMayor Daniel Rizzo is pleased to announce that this year’s Memorial Day Exercises will be held on Monday, May 27, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. on the lawn of the American Legion Building at 249 Broadway.
Guest Speaker for the ceremony will be Brigadier General (Retired) Thomas J. Sellars.  Brigadier General Thomas J. Sellars was born in Brockton.  He attended Stoughton High School; earned both a BS and Masters Degree in Business Administration at Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA and a Master of Science Degree in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College.  He enlisted in the Massachusetts Army National Guard in September 1974, receiving his commission from the Mass Military Academy on Jul 25, 1977.  BG Sellars’ awards include:  The Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit Army Commendation Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, Iraq Campaign Medal and many other awards and decorations. Throughout his career he has held an assortment of important command and staff positions.  Brigadier General (Ret.)Sellars currently holds the position of Assistant Adjutant General and Executive Officer of the Military Division, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He is married to the former Nancy Mann of Randolph.  They have one son, Sergeant First Class Jason Sellars.
The Master of Ceremonies for the event will be Director of Veterans’ Services, Nicholas Bua.  Mr. Bua is an Air Force veteran serving in France during the Vietnam era.  He has been active in veteran’s affairs since 1980.  Appointed to the V.A. Medical Center Advisory Board, he earned his 500-hour pin.  Mr. Bua has served on many committees performing duties at both the Chelsea Soldiers Home, and the V.A. in Jamaica Plain.
The ceremony will include the laying of wreaths, musical selections, the playing of taps and a recitation of the names of Revere’s war dead from the Revolutionary War through the Gulf War.  In case of inclement weather, the ceremony will be moved inside the American Legion Hall.  Refreshments will be provided by the American Legion Post #61.
For more information please contact the Mayor’s Office at 781-286-8111 or revere_mayor@revere.org.
Categories:Mayor’s Office
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Translate this site with Google Translate BETA Hours of ServiceMonday-Thursday: 8:15am-5pm
Friday: 8:15am-12pm
City Hall Revere is located at:
281 Broadway. Revere, MA 02151
The main phone number is: 781-286-8100
Address and Directions | City Department Directory© 2012 City of Revere, MA

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Quick Links Auditor « Back to view all departmentsLaurie Giardella, City Auditor(781) 286-8131
Mission Statement
The City Auditor provides audit oversight and serves as the controller of the City to its departments and boards. The Audit Department is responsible for the development and oversight of the Annual City Budget and protects the fiduciary interests of the City by ensuring that the financial records are accurately maintained and preserved while utilizing sound audit and accounting practices in accordance with GAAP and local, state, and federal laws. In addition, the City Auditor is the Ex-Officio member of the City’s Retirement Board and has oversight over the Retirement Board Staff also located within City Hall.The audit department responsibilities includes but is not limited to the annual preparing of the Schedule A and Free Cash Certification filings, creating and filing 1099’s, working closely with the Mayor and other City Departments to set the Annual Tax Rate, developing and update of the annual Budget, monthly monitoring of actual expenditures, processing vendor invoices, submitting warrants for payment, reviewing weekly payroll, analysing and reconciling department accounts, assets, and liabilities, providing support and training for POS system and working directly with department staff to ensure accuracy of MUNIS system.NewsContact UsPublicationsDisclaimerJobsPrivacy Statement
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Quick Links City Council « Back to view all departmentsAshley E. Melnik, Clerk of Council781-286-8160 Mission Statement
It is the mission of the Revere City Council to enable the public to fully participate in the governmental process, by researching and providing accurate information and services in a professional manner, allowing the council to make informed decisions affecting the quality of life of the citizens of Revere.
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Quick Links Community Development « Back to view all departmentsFrank Stringi, City Planner(781) 286-8181
Mission Statement
The core of the Department of Planning and Community Development’s strategy and mission is to:
1. Stabilize neighborhoods through the preservation and enhancement of the community’s housing stock for people of all ages;
2. Encourage and promote job creation and retention through economic development opportunities;
3. Facilitate the provision of transportation, water supply, drainage, sewerage, schools, parks, and open space;
4. Conserve the value of land and buildings, including the conservation of natural resources;
5. Prevention of blight and pollution on the environment;
6. Encourage the most appropriate use of land throughout the city;
7. And to preserve and increase the city’s amenities.
The email that can be used in the website is fstringi@revere.orgHousing Rehabilitation & First-time Homebuyers Financing:Mark Signore & John Squibb(781) 286-8181Oceanfront Development OpportunitiesSeveral major untapped development opportunities still exist along our oceanfront. We invite you to examine the specific public offering as well as the privately owned parcels outlined in this online guide.Mission:
Create a stable community and living environment through the administration of:housing preservation programs
infrastructure, public facility and open space improvements
natural resource protection
and economic development strategies which encourage the most appropriate use of land throughout the City
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Areas in Blue on the FEMA maps are the areas of the 100 year flood plain. Any work that disturbs the ground surface in these areas or within 100 feet of these areas are required to file with the Revere Conservation Commission. Any living spaces or utilities constructed within the 100 year flood plain are required to be at least one foot above the Base Flood Elevation. Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) prepared by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Base Flood Elevation Maps) are available at the City of Revere Planning Department 281 Broadway, Revere, MA.FEMA Floodplain Maps
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FEMA Map Belle Isle East
FEMA Map Belle Isle West
FEMA Map Sales Creek East Branch
FEMA Map Sales Creek West Branch
FEMA Map Lower Beachmont
FEMA Map Chelsea River
FEMA Map Linden Square
FEMA Map Mill Creek North of Broadway
FEMA Map North Revere
FEMA Map Mill Creek South of Broadway
FEMA Map Oak Island Area
FEMA Map Revere
FEMA Map Revere Beach North
FEMA Map Revere Beach South
FEMA Map Sales Creek
FEMA Map Green Creek
FEMA Map Washington Avenue
FEMA Map Snake River Routes 1 & 16
FEMA Map Northgate
FEMA Map Wonderland Area 1
FEMA Map Wonderland Area 2
FEMA Map Kellys Meadows and Lower Revere Street
FEMA Map Point of Pines North
FEMA Map Point of Pines South
FEMA Map Key – All areas in Concom jurisdiction except .02% chance of annual flood, undetermined and undesignated (last three).
FEMA Map Brown Circle North of Route 107
FEMA Map Brown Circle South of Route 107
FEMA Map Revere Boston at Route 1AWetland Resource Area Maps
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Wetland Resource Areas Belle Isle East
Wetland Resource Areas Belle Isle West
Wetland Resource Areas Sales Creek East Branch
Wetland Resource Areas Sales Creek West Branch
Wetland Resource Areas Lower Beachmont
Wetland Resource Areas Chelsea River
Wetland Resource Areas Linden Square
Wetland Resource Areas Mill Creek North of Broadway
Wetland Resource Areas North Revere Coastal
Wetland Resource Areas North Revere Inland
Wetland Resource Areas Oak Island Area
Wetland Resource Areas Mill Creek South of Broadway
Wetland Resource Areas Revere Beach North
Wetland Resource Areas Revere Beach South
Wetland Resource Areas Sales Creek
Wetland Resource Areas Green Creek
Wetland Resource Areas Washington Avenue
Wetland Resource Areas Snake Rive Routes 1 & 16
Wetland Resource Areas Revere Boston Route 1A
Wetland Resource Areas Wonderland Area 1
Wetland Resource Areas Wonderland Area 2
Wetland Resource Areas Kellys Meadows and Lower Revere Street
Wetland Resource Areas Point of Pines North
Wetland Resource Areas Point of Pine South
Wetland Map Key
Wetland Resource Areas Brown Circle North of Route 107
Wetland Resource Areas Brown Circle South of Route 107
Wetland Resource Areas Northgate
Wetland Resource Areas Linden SquareLocus Maps
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Locus Map Belle Isle East
Locus Map Belle Isle West
Locus Map Sales Creek East Branch
Locus Map Sales Creek West Branch
Locus Map Lower Beachmont
Locus Map Chelsea River
Locus Map Linden Square
Locus Map Mill Creek North of Broadway
Locus Map Mill Creek South of Broadway
Locus Map North Revere Inland
Locus Map North Revere Coastal
Locus Map Oak Island Area
Locus Map Revere Beach North
Locus Map Revere Beach South
Locus Map Green Creek
Locus Map Washington Avenue
Locus Map Snake Rive Routes 1 & 16
Locus Map Northgate
Locus Map Wonderland Area 1
Locus Map Wonderland Area 2
Locus Map Kellys Meadows and Lower Revere Street
Locus Map Point of Pines North
Locus Map Point of Pines South
Locus Map Brown Circle North of Route 107

Locus Map Brown Circle South of Route 107
Locus Map Revere Boston Route 1A

USGS Topographic Maps
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Natural Heritage Endangered Species Program
Priority Habitats and Estimated Habitat
There is only one area in Revere that is listed by the NHESP and that is at the mouth of the Pines River. This area is a Priority Habitat of Rare Species and also an Estimated Habitat of a Rare Species.
The map of the area shown above is the Belle Isle Marsh in East Boston just on the Boston side of the municipal boundary, the center line of Belle Isle Inlet. It is also a Priority Habitat of Rare Species and also an Estimated Habitat of a Rare Species.
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Consumer Affairs :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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Quick Links Consumer Affairs « Back to view all departmentsJannine Ellis, Director(781) 286-8114
Mission Statement
Consumer Affairs Office  works with the Attorney General’s Office providing consumer information, resources and education.  This office offers a free, voluntary mediation service that tries to help resolve matters between consumers and merchants outside of court.If you believe you have been a victim of fraud, deception or unfair business practice this office can assist you in resolving a complaint through an informal process of mediation.In mediation, neutral third party-mediator-helps you and the other party try to resolve the problem through facilitated dialogue.  However, it is up to you and the other party to reach an agreement. In order to determine whether your situation is appropriate for our mediation service, you must first file a complaint with our office.  Your complaint will be reviewed, if suitable, it will be assigned to mediator.Trained mediators contact merchants in an attempt to provide effective assistance to consumers in resolving complaints.It is important to note that we cannot require a merchant to participate in this voluntary mediation program.  However, many businesses do choose to participate and as a result, mediation is able to help many individuals resolve consumer problems.Complaint forms can be obtained by calling this office at 781-286-8114 or email jellis@revere.org.Currently this office has jurisdiction over the following cities:  Chelsea, Lynn, Lynnfield, Marblehead, Melrose, Nahant, Revere, Salem, Saugus, Swampscott and Winthrop.Jannine Ellis, Director NewsContact UsPublicationsDisclaimerJobsPrivacy Statement
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If you are a UOCAVA Voter and would like to track your ballot please visit the website at http://wheredoivotema.com/track/trackmyballot.phpOn Election Day How do I find out where to vote?You have several options:1. Secretary of State’s Website2. Breakdown of Revere Polling Locations3. You may also call the office (781) 286-8200, and we will look up the information for you.What are the Polling Hours? On Election Day the polls are open from 7am to 8pm.Does the Election Department offer rides to the polls? Unfortunately, the Election Department does not have the resources to provide rides to the polls on Election Day. If you need a ride, please contact one of the candidates running for office.How will Re-Precincting affect me? Re-Precincting will be effective January 1, 2012. Although the majority of the changes will occur in Ward Six, some additional streets will be affected. Notices have been sent in February 2012 to any voter whose polling location has changed.  For information on your specific address, please contact the Election Department at 781-286-8200.
Repricinting mapWhat is an Inactive Voter? An inactive voter is a voter who has not updated their voter information with the Election Department in the current year. There are three ways that inactive voters may become active: 1. Respond to the census 2. Sign a petition and/or nomination paper 3. Vote. If you are an inactive voter on Election Day, you will need to fill out an Affirmation of Current and Continuous Residence and provide an ID to confirm that your voter information has not changed.Census Information When does the Annual City Census come out and when should it be returned?During the first week of January each year, the Election Department sends a census to each residence in the city. We request that you please update your household information upon receipt and send it back to our office as soon as possible. In the months following the first census mailing, we will send an additional census to anyone who has not yet responded. In May, we will send confirmation cards to all voters who have not replied, requesting that they attest to and/or update their information. It is very important that all residents fill out their census because it will determine how much aid our city will receive for many vital programs including the Revere Public Schools. If you have not received a Census, please call our office, and we will provide you with one.  Drop off sites are available until May 1st of each year, no postage necessary.  They are located at The Revere Public Library, 179 Beach Street, Revere Housing Authority, 70 Cooledge Street, St. Jean’s Credit Union, 184-186 Shirley Avenue, Citizens Bank, 385 Broadway, East Boston Savings Bank, 126 Squire Road, Rosetti-Cowan Senior Center, 25 Winthrop Avenue, and the Post Office Professional Building, 300 Broadway, Outer Lobby.
Please note: The City Census is not the same as the Federal Census. The Federal Census comes out every ten years, whereas the City Census comes out every January. A response to the City Census is essential in maintaining your voter status.**If you are new to the city or have not filled out your census in the current year contact the Election Department and one will be sent to you to complete and return.  **For data regarding the 2010 Federal Census go to: http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/index.xhtmlIf you have any additional questions, we are here to help you. Please contact us at (781) 286-8200.
Due to budget constraints Revere City Hall is closed the last Friday of every month.How do I vote Absentee? If you are unable to make it to the polls on Election Day and would like to vote absentee, please request an Absentee Ballot Application from the Election Department. Although we prefer you to fill out our application, we will also accept a signed, hand-written request for an Absentee Ballot with the voter’s contact information clearly provided.  The last day and hour to request an absentee ballot for the upcoming State Primary is Monday, April 29, 2013 at 12:00 p.m.When is the last day that I may register to vote before an election? Voter registration closes twenty days before an election. This date always falls on a Wednesday. For your convenience, the Election Department remains open until 8pm on that day. All changes to your voter information for the upcoming election must also be made by that date. The Pleasant Street entrance to City Hall is handicap accessible.The last day to register to vote for the upcoming State Primary is 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, 2013.Who can register to vote? In order to register to vote you must meet the three requirements listed below:You must be a United States Citizen
You must be a resident of Massachusetts, and
You must be 18 years old on or before election day
How do I register to vote? There are several ways that you can register to vote:By Mail: You may call our office (781)286-8200 and request us to send you a voter registration form to complete and return.
In Person: You may come into the Election Office at City Hall and request a voter registration.
At Other State Agencies: You can register to vote at the RMV when completing your driver’s license application or when applying for social services such as welfare, food stamps, WIC, etc.
How is my voting affected if I? …If I change my name? Whenever you change your name, you must reregister to vote under your new name. To ensure that we process your request as soon as possible, please be sure to list your former name on the voter registration card.…If I move?Whenever you move to another city or state you must reregister to vote in that city or state and note your former address on the Voter Registration Form. If you move to another residence within the same city, please call our office and request a Change of Address Card so that we can update you in our system. If you move to a new city or state but do not intend to reregister to vote, we require that you sign a written request to be deleted from our system. This can either be in the form of a letter or you can request the election office to send you a Confirmation Card.Where can I find information on different political parties? The Election Office does not offer information on the various political parties. Instead we encourage you to contact them directly:
Massachusetts Democratic Party 77 Summer Street, 10th floorBoston, MA 02110www.massdems.orgTelephone number: (617) 939-0800Fax number: (617) 426-5126
Massachusetts Republican Party 85 Merrimac St., Suite 400 Boston, MA 02114www.massgop.orgTelephone number: (617) 523-5005 Fax number: (617) 523-6311
How do I change my Party? Please call the Election Department at (781)286-8200 and request a change of party card to be completed and returned.What does Unenrolled Status mean? Unenrolled Status means that you do not belong to any Political Party or Designation. It is the new “independent” status. If you are unenrolled and choose to vote in a State Primary, you may request a ballot for one of the two political parties: Democrat or Republican.  Choosing a ballot for a specific party does not change your enrollment status. Unless you request a Change of Party card, if you are unenrolled before an election, you will remain unenrolled after the election.
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Quick Links Candidate Finance Information Election Information Election Results Election Commission « Back to view all departmentsDiane R. Colella, Commissioner(781) 286-8200 X1 CANDIDATES FOR LOCAL ELECTION, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5, 2013
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Mission Statement
The primary goal of the Election Department is to promote voter registration and participation in the voting process.  Through the Motor Voter Law, you may register to vote in person or change your voter information at any City/Town Hall in the Commonwealth, at the Registry of Motor Vehicles and at any State Agency.  If you would like us to send you a Mail-In Registration form, a Change of Party Card, or a Change of Address Card to be completed at your convenience, please call our office at (781)286-8200.
Additionally, the Election Department serves as a link to the residents of the City of Revere by conducting the annual Revere city census, which is used to provide our city with funding for Revere Public Schools, elderly housing and related benefits, veterans benefits, and state and federal funding for other vital programs.
The Election Department also provides a variety of supplemental services to assist residents within the community.  We offer proof of residency for tax abatements, proof of citizenship if applicable, life certificates, voter ID cards, and notary public services.  For fees related to these services, please contact our office.  FAQ’s Who receives UOCAVA Ballots? UOCAVA ballots are requested by Military and Overseas U.S. Citizens. To obtain a Federal Post Card Application go to FVAP.gov.
If you are a UOCAVA Voter and would like to track your ballot please visit the website at http://wheredoivotema.com/track/trackmyballot.phpOn Election Day How do I find out where to vote?You have several options:1. Secretary of State’s Website2. Breakdown of Revere Polling Locations3. You may also call the office (781) 286-8200, and we will look up the information for you.What are the Polling Hours? On Election Day the polls are open from 7am to 8pm.Does the Election Department offer rides to the polls? Unfortunately, the Election Department does not have the resources to provide rides to the polls on Election Day. If you need a ride, please contact one of the candidates running for office.How will Re-Precincting affect me? Re-Precincting will be effective January 1, 2012. Although the majority of the changes will occur in Ward Six, some additional streets will be affected. Notices have been sent in February 2012 to any voter whose polling location has changed.  For information on your specific address, please contact the Election Department at 781-286-8200.
Repricinting mapWhat is an Inactive Voter? An inactive voter is a voter who has not updated their voter information with the Election Department in the current year. There are three ways that inactive voters may become active: 1. Respond to the census 2. Sign a petition and/or nomination paper 3. Vote. If you are an inactive voter on Election Day, you will need to fill out an Affirmation of Current and Continuous Residence and provide an ID to confirm that your voter information has not changed.Census Information When does the Annual City Census come out and when should it be returned?During the first week of January each year, the Election Department sends a census to each residence in the city. We request that you please update your household information upon receipt and send it back to our office as soon as possible. In the months following the first census mailing, we will send an additional census to anyone who has not yet responded. In May, we will send confirmation cards to all voters who have not replied, requesting that they attest to and/or update their information. It is very important that all residents fill out their census because it will determine how much aid our city will receive for many vital programs including the Revere Public Schools. If you have not received a Census, please call our office, and we will provide you with one.  Drop off sites are available until May 1st of each year, no postage necessary.  They are located at The Revere Public Library, 179 Beach Street, Revere Housing Authority, 70 Cooledge Street, St. Jean’s Credit Union, 184-186 Shirley Avenue, Citizens Bank, 385 Broadway, East Boston Savings Bank, 126 Squire Road, Rosetti-Cowan Senior Center, 25 Winthrop Avenue, and the Post Office Professional Building, 300 Broadway, Outer Lobby.
Please note: The City Census is not the same as the Federal Census. The Federal Census comes out every ten years, whereas the City Census comes out every January. A response to the City Census is essential in maintaining your voter status.**If you are new to the city or have not filled out your census in the current year contact the Election Department and one will be sent to you to complete and return.  **For data regarding the 2010 Federal Census go to: http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/index.xhtmlIf you have any additional questions, we are here to help you. Please contact us at (781) 286-8200.
Due to budget constraints Revere City Hall is closed the last Friday of every month.How do I vote Absentee? If you are unable to make it to the polls on Election Day and would like to vote absentee, please request an Absentee Ballot Application from the Election Department. Although we prefer you to fill out our application, we will also accept a signed, hand-written request for an Absentee Ballot with the voter’s contact information clearly provided.  The last day and hour to request an absentee ballot for the upcoming State Primary is Monday, April 29, 2013 at 12:00 p.m.When is the last day that I may register to vote before an election? Voter registration closes twenty days before an election. This date always falls on a Wednesday. For your convenience, the Election Department remains open until 8pm on that day. All changes to your voter information for the upcoming election must also be made by that date. The Pleasant Street entrance to City Hall is handicap accessible.The last day to register to vote for the upcoming State Primary is 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, 2013.Who can register to vote? In order to register to vote you must meet the three requirements listed below:You must be a United States Citizen
You must be a resident of Massachusetts, and
You must be 18 years old on or before election day
How do I register to vote? There are several ways that you can register to vote:By Mail: You may call our office (781)286-8200 and request us to send you a voter registration form to complete and return.
In Person: You may come into the Election Office at City Hall and request a voter registration.
At Other State Agencies: You can register to vote at the RMV when completing your driver’s license application or when applying for social services such as welfare, food stamps, WIC, etc.
How is my voting affected if I? …If I change my name? Whenever you change your name, you must reregister to vote under your new name. To ensure that we process your request as soon as possible, please be sure to list your former name on the voter registration card.…If I move?Whenever you move to another city or state you must reregister to vote in that city or state and note your former address on the Voter Registration Form. If you move to another residence within the same city, please call our office and request a Change of Address Card so that we can update you in our system. If you move to a new city or state but do not intend to reregister to vote, we require that you sign a written request to be deleted from our system. This can either be in the form of a letter or you can request the election office to send you a Confirmation Card.Where can I find information on different political parties? The Election Office does not offer information on the various political parties. Instead we encourage you to contact them directly:
Massachusetts Democratic Party 77 Summer Street, 10th floorBoston, MA 02110www.massdems.orgTelephone number: (617) 939-0800Fax number: (617) 426-5126
Massachusetts Republican Party 85 Merrimac St., Suite 400 Boston, MA 02114www.massgop.orgTelephone number: (617) 523-5005 Fax number: (617) 523-6311
How do I change my Party? Please call the Election Department at (781)286-8200 and request a change of party card to be completed and returned.What does Unenrolled Status mean? Unenrolled Status means that you do not belong to any Political Party or Designation. It is the new “independent” status. If you are unenrolled and choose to vote in a State Primary, you may request a ballot for one of the two political parties: Democrat or Republican.  Choosing a ballot for a specific party does not change your enrollment status. Unless you request a Change of Party card, if you are unenrolled before an election, you will remain unenrolled after the election.NewsContact UsPublicationsDisclaimerJobsPrivacy Statement
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Quick Links Engineering« Back to view all departmentsNicholas J. Rystrom, P.E.,- City Engineer(781) 286-8152 The Engineering Department is responsible for the oversight of all City infrastructure project (including sewer, water, drain and roads) design and development, as well as for review and approval of all private development City wide.  The Department provides engineering support to other City Departments, and maintains City records and plans related to infrastructure and development.  The Department is also responsible for correction and issuance of street addresses throughout the City.
The Engineering Department is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all residents through infrastructure maintenance, replacement and development.  The Department works specifically with the best interests of the City and its residents in mind.
Currently, the Engineering Department is working closely with the Department of Public Works and City consultants to oversee maintenance, construction and development related to satisfying and complying with the City of Revere Consent Decree that was brought against the City by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection in 2010.
PLEASE NOTE: Information provided on this page is for reference only, please contact the Engineering Department directly for official information at engineer@revere.org or by calling the Department telephone number listed aboveForms FAQ’sAs-Built Plan RequirementsDownload Proposed Site Plan RequirementsDownload Revere City Zoning Map 2012Download Local Surveyor’s ListDownload 1.) What is a flood zone and is my property located within one? The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) categorizes areas located in close proximity to bodies of water as varying in risk of flooding during common storm events.  Location of a property within the flood zones designated by FEMA will typically have an impact on land usage and insurance costs.  To determine if your property is within a flood zone, you can visit our office in City Hall or visit the FEMA website above.2.) What are the extents of my property or a property that I am interested in purchasing? The Engineering Dept. can provide reference information to residents who wish to know the approximate size and shape of a parcel of land within the City.  8 1/2″  x 11″ sized Parcel Maps (for reference only) are available for $1 at the Engineering Dept. office.  For those residents seeking to determine the exact location of a property line or land feature, consultation with a MA registered land surveyor is required.3.) When do I need a land survey? Some scenarios that may warrant a land survey are:
When purchasing or selling land
Before the land is subdivided by deed or subdivision
When a lending institution requires a mortgage loan inspection
Before building a house, fence, septic system or other improvements close to the property line
When required by the City prior to the issuance of a building or other permit
For drainage planning, topographical and subsurface utility studies
When purchasing Title Insurance
When the property line location is in question and/or an encroachment is suspected
For more information on land survey, or to find a MA registered land surveyor you can visit the MA Association of Land Surveyors & Civil Engineers website.4.) Can I build an addition, add a deck, alter my driveway or make any other changes to my property? Regulations and restrictions pertaining to development or alteration of property in the City of Revere are set forth in the City Code of Ordinances Residents seeking to make any changes to their property are required to go before Site Plan Review for consultation and approval.  Site Plan Review is held every Tuesday at 10 am in the Building Department. Review is on a first come first served basis.5.) When should I call Dig Safe? Dig Safe should be contacted prior to any/all construction. It is the law in MA to call 1-888-DIG-SAFE more than 72 hrs prior to beginning any work.NewsContact UsPublicationsDisclaimerJobsPrivacy Statement
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Quick Links Fire Department « Back to view all departmentsGene Doherty, Fire Chief(781) 284-0014 Revere Fire Department – 400 Broadway - Revere MA. – 02151
Mission:
The mission of the fire department is to provide high quality emergency and life safety services within the confines of the City of Revere, by maintaining a specialized expertise in and placing highest priority on emergency response to all life safety situations, as well as proactive customer safety services.History
The Revere Fire Department was formally organized in 1885. Milton Ray became the first Chief and a Board of Fire Engineers was appointed. In its first year, the Revere Fire Department responded to seven fires, with a total loss of $14,289. Apparatus consisted of a hook and ladder and hose carriage which were pulled by hand. In 1885, a station was built at Park Avenue and Broadway, and in 1886, stations were built in Beachmont and Crescent Beach. In 1886, horses were first used to pull the hook and ladder. The Revere Fire Department had a total compliment of sixty-three men in 1897, including the Chief, two Assistants, four permanent members and fifty-six call men. During this period, several fires along the beach occurred including the Old Cove House, the Robinson Carusoe, and the Strathmore Hotel.
The station currently on Winthrop Avenue in Beachmont was built in 1905 for $10,500. The Walden Street station was build in 1907 for $25,000, and the Central Fire Station was completed in 1912 for $40,000. The waterfront portion of the city called Revere Beach was internationally known at the turn of the century for its luxurious hotels, beautiful oceanfront and spectacular attractions. Early on, Revere firefighters became veterans combatting the grand and spectacular fires which occurred along the beach, a trend which continued over the years up until the 1970s. Open to the ocean and usually fanned by “stiff” onshore breezes, the Revere Beach fires became almost as renowned and famous as the beach itself.
Organization of the Fire Department moved swiftly and Revere was one of the first Massachusetts communities to become fully motorized by 1917. During the same year, the station at Freeman Street was built for $17,300.
In 1924, the city entered into a mutual aid agreement with Everett and Chelsea. On 4th alarms, aid was received and given to Boston, Winthrop, Saugus, and Lynn, even though no formal agreement was in effect with these communities. Large fires continued to occur along the beach, and in 1938 a station was built in Point of Pines, the last and newest of Revere’s five stations. On June 25, 1947, Revere voters voted 5 to 1 to reduce the work week to 48 hours, and the department increased in size from 73 members to 109 members. In 1949, fire alarm headquarters was constructed at Central Station. At the time, it was one of the most modern and advanced alarm systems in the nation. Other major advances in technology included 2-way radio communications, portable and self-contained breathing apparatus. The Revere Fire Department entered the 1980′s with a uniform force of 144 officers and men operating five pumps and two ladder trucks out of five stations. Under the constraints of proposition 2 1/2, difficult financial times and reduction in federal and state aid, the Revere Fire Department has been decimated to 103 uniformed personnel operating three pumps and two ladders out of three fire stations.Current
In 1949, the Revere Fire Department appointed its first Fire Prevention Inspector. Captain Mastronardi succeeded in reducing the fire loss in the city, his first year on the job. During the 1970′s, Revere as well as many other communities in the northeast, were experiencing frequent large loss suspicious fires. Insurance companies were quick in paying claims and the fires continued. Cities and towns suffered loss of tax base and worse yet, many citizens were becoming fatalities. Additionally, firefighters were suffering injuries further compounding a difficult and complex problem. In the 1980′s, an aggressive Fire Prevention and investigation effort began to diminish the fire problem. Lawmakers passed legislation mandating smoke detectors, sprinklers and other technology to prevent and provide early detection of fires. Aggressive investigation of suspicious fires resulted in convictions and insurance companies began to cooperate with fire investigations to stop payment on arson related claims and fraud.
Revere Fire, under the direction of Chief Connery, was especially aggressive and effective in investigation and prosecution of arson related fires. Investigation and fire prevention efforts succeeded in dramatically reducing the occurrence of hostile and suspicious fires in the City of Revere. Today, Revere is experiencing only 100 to 125 structural fires per year, with only 20 to 25 resulting in losses in excess of $10,000.
The Revere Fire Department currently responds to approximately 6,000 incidents per year. Nearly half are for medical emergencies. Many others are for motor vehicle accidents, and other calls for emergency assistance. The role of the fire department has changed dramatically from strictly fire fighting to more of emergency services.Future
As the fire service moves into the 21st century, fires will still occur and need to be extinguished. Increased use and transportation of highly flammable fuels, chemicals, and other hazardous materials perpetuates the need to be adequately equipped, staffed, and trained to mitigate the possible disastrous effects of accidents and fires involving these type of materials. NewsContact UsPublicationsDisclaimerJobsPrivacy Statement
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Management Information Systems « Back to view all departmentsGlen DeRosa, Director(781) 286-8140
Mission:
M.I.S. provides data processing support, planning and coordination to every department of the City. Usually not in direct contact with the public, M.I.S. is nonetheless involved, in one way or another, with almost every major activity of the City. Within available resources, M.I.S. must ensure that all City employees have access to the data needed to perform their duties in an efficient manner.
As an agent of change, M.I.S. is involved with a variety of projects using new technology. These range from Office Automation systems to Accounting systems, from various Billing systems to Geographical Information systems, from Web-based systems to PC and network systems. Quite a complex array of machines and software!
The following excerpts (from a proposed City ordinance establishing the M.I.S. department) detail the responsibilities of the Department:
“Data processing includes, without limitation, office automation systems, information systems, database management, networking, electronic data communication and other collection, organization, transmission and storage of electronic information.”
M.I.S. “shall be responsible for integrating City-wide data processing into one coherent network and information system.
“Such information system shall be for the use of any department, office, board, committee or agency of the City.
M.I.S. “shall be responsible for planning, organizing and controlling overall activities of management information systems, including systems analysis, programming and computer operation activities…and the establishment of data processing procedures and methods.
M.I.S. “shall maintain continuous control over policies and procedures, priorities and methods.
The proposed Ordinance further describes the Functions of the department:”Plan, organize and implement an integrated Information System for the City.
Provide programs or systems for the collection, processing, storage, retrieval and sharing of information for use by all departments or agencies of the City.
Coordinate, through advice, counsel or establishment of procedures and methods, the non-educational data processing operations of any other department of the City.
Advise on data processing matters, including the review, analysis, evaluation and recommendation of proposed data processing applications or equipment acquisitions.

Establish any data processing standard deemed necessary.
Maintain and safeguard data, information, programs and equipment of the department.”
Neither the Director nor any other employee of the M.I.S. department shall release any information or data collected, processed or accessed by the department. NewsContact UsPublicationsDisclaimerJobsPrivacy Statement
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Trash Holiday Schedule – Holidays that push collection back one dayCITY OF REVERE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKSThe following items are accepted ONLY at the City Yard, 321R Charger Street, on the last Saturday of the month from 7:00 A.M. until 12:00 Noon, upon payment of a designated fee.
MISCELLANEOUS
(No Charge)Waste Oil, Batteries & Anti-Freeze, Florescent Light Bulbs, Nickel Cad Batteries, Mercury Thermometers & Thermostats
ELECTRONICS
($15 Per Item)Computers, TVs, Other Electronics
PAINT
($2 Per Can)All Paint Cans Must Have Original Label
OTHER
($10 Each)Propane Tanks
BULKY ITEMS – CURBSIDE PICKUP
Refers to but not limited to: tables, chairs, sofas, love seats, bureaus, shelving, coffee tables, end tables, entertainment centers, mirrors, beds, box springs, mattresses, bicycles, lawn furniture, gas grills, microwave ovens. Limit of 3 items per month. Residents MUST PURCHASE A STICKER at the Board of Health for each item. CASH is NOT Accepted. Stickers range in price from $3 to $15 depending on the item.
NON-CRIMINAL FINES FOR TRASH
The City will issue tickets and fines for violations of the State Sanitary Code and the City Health Code. This includes violations of the trash ordinances. Fines range from $25 to $250 per offense and each day that a violation exists is considered a separate offense. Unpaid fines will be enforced by a means of a lien on real property. Violations of the City’s trash laws include:1. Trash placed outside before 5 PM on the day preceding collection (on holiday weeks, fines will be issued if trash is placed out before 5 PM of the day preceding the actual collection day)2. Dumpsters or barrels overflowing3. Accumulation of garbage or litter on property4.Commercial trash placed curbside for residential collection5. Construction, demolition debris, etc. prohibited from curbside collectionWHAT TO RECYCLE…
CO-MINGLED ITEMS
Please rinse and keep together-separate from paper. All glass bottles & jars, aluminum, tin, steel cans and lids. All plastic bottles, jars, tubs and plastic microwave trays/containers. Caps, lids, pumps, wraps, labels and detergent spouts may be left on.
NON-RECYCLED ITEMS:
Pyrex, windows, light bulbs and ceramics, paint or aerosol cans or other metal items, plastic bags, plastic toys, automotive products containers, poison or pesticide bottles, motor oil, chemical or foam containers.
MIXED PAPER and CARDBOARD
Please keep materials together and separate from co-mingled items. All paper and cardboard must be clean and dry. Flatten all cardboard, cereal and snack boxes after removing plastic-coated liners. You can also recycle newspaper, white paper, colored paper, glossy newspaper inserts, brochures, junk mail, manila envelopes, phonebooks, envelopes (with or without windows), and brown paper bags.DO NOT RECYCLE: Plastic-coated paper or tissue, pizza boxes.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
YARD WASTE: Leaves, grass and other easily raked material will be picked up every other week on your regular trash day. Brush can be no longer than 3 inches in diameter and 4 feet long. All materials must be in brown paper leaf bags or open barrels.Collection Weeks in 2010 will begin the week of April 12, 2010 and will be every other week after that until the 2nd week of December.
CHRISTMAS TREES:
Christmas trees (no yard waste) will be picked up during the first two (2) full weeks in January.
APPLIANCE PICK UP:
Capitol Waste Services of Revere will pick up discarded white goods at curbside every other Friday. Pickups are by appointment only. Residents must purchase a sticker at the Department of Public Works or the Revere Board of Health for each item. Stickers are $20 each, $12 for head of household seniors as defined by the Department of Elder Affairs.
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Quick Links Purchasing « Back to view all departmentsMarie Zelandi, Purchasing Agent(781) 286-8157
Mission Statement
The Purchasing Department is responsible for preserving and protecting the fiscal resources of the City by ensuring that the process for procuring quality goods and services is conducted in a fair, competitive and transparent manner, using objective standards for the selection of contractors and vendors, which allows for fair, impartial and uniform bidding, contract development and awarding procedures.The Purchasing Agent must ensure that the procurement of goods and services are in compliance with the applicable Massachusetts General Laws and Revere City Ordinances which govern public purchasing.Forms DPCD-2013-1002, Water Main ReplacementDownload MUN-2013-1017, Tree and/or Stump Removal and Tree TrimmingDownload NewsContact UsPublicationsDisclaimerJobsPrivacy Statement
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Quick Links Revere Retirement Board « Back to view all departmentsCarolyn Russo, Retirement Administrator(781)286-8173 The Revere Retirement Board administers retirement benefits for City of Revere employees in accordance with the provisions of G.L. C. 32, and 840 CMR.Laurie Giardella, Chair
Michael Conley, Elected MemberJohn Henry, Appointed MemberSteven Parsons, Elected MemberDavid Petrilli, Appointed MemberCarolyn Russo, Retirement AdministratorH. Joyce Gaskill, Assistant Administrator

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE REVERE RETIREMENT BOARD MEETING THAT HAD BEEN SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2013 AT 9:30 a.m. HAS BEEN CHANGED TO WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28th, 2013 AT 9:30 A.M. DUE TO A SCHEDULING CONFLICT.  WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
To all members of the Revere Retirement System:
Please be advised that effective April 2, 2013 buyback interest laws will be changing.  The interest rate for most buybacks with balances due as of that date will change from 4% to 8%, and will, in many cases cause the payment due on a given buyback to double, or even triple. If you have service for which you wish to complete a buyback, or if you have requested that a buyback be calculated for you in the past but have not yet completed the payment, please contact the retirement office as soon as possible. Please note that this new law DOES NOT apply to military service buybacks.  Thank you.

http://www.mass.gov/perac/revere/revere.htm

Site contains Revere Retirement System audit information, summaries of annual financial statements, investment performance information, supplemental regulations, etc.
www.malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/PartI/TitleIV/Chapter32
Chapter 32 of the General Laws governing Retirement and Pensions

www.lawlib.state.ma.us/source/mass/cmr/840cmr.html
840 CMR- Massachusetts regulations promulgated to further supplement and clarify provisions of G.L. C. 32

www.mass.gov/DALA
Division of Administrative Law Appeals-administrative agency responsible for scheduling and hearing appeals relative to public employee retirement issues

www.mass.gov/perac
Agency responsible for overseeing the administration of local Retirement Systems within the Commonwealth

http://www.socialsecurity.gov/planners/benefitcalculators.htm

Contains Social Security benefit estimate calculators, as well as public pension offset calculators

Forms FAQ’sGovernment Pension OffsetDownload Windfall Elimination ProvisionDownload Retirement GuideDownload Survivor GuideDownload Disability GuideDownload Retirement Check DatesDownload Retirement Board Meeting DatesDownload How does my municipal retirement allowance affect my Social Security benefits? Your municipal retirement allowance may affect your Social Security benefits in one of two ways:  The Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP), which may reduce your Social Security benefits based upon your own work history, or the Government Pension Offset, which may reduce Social Security benefits to which you may be entitled under your spouse’s work history.  The following links contain information about the offsets, and have calculators to approximate the amount of the potential reductions.
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Quick Links FAQ Solicitor’s Office Contact Information Solicitor « Back to view all departmentsPaul Capizzi, Esq., City Solicitor 781-286-8166

Mission Statement:
The City Solicitor’s Office is staffed by City Solicitor Paul Capizzi, Assistant City Solicitor Daniel E. Doherty, and Attorney Cheryl A. McCormick.  The Solicitor’s Office represents the City of Revere as a municipal corporation.  In particular, it provides legal representation to the Mayor, the City Council, all departments of the City and most of its boards and commissions. Representation includes active litigation matters as well as legal opinions. As legal counsel to the City, the City Solicitor’s Office is prohibited from providing legal representation or legal advice to members of the public.  Therefore, if citizens of the City of Revere have a private dispute, the Solicitor’s Office cannot advise them on how to proceed.

Daniel E. Doherty, Assistant City Solicitor
Cheryl A. McCormick, Attorney

Forms FAQ’sNotice of ClaimDownload WHERE CAN I RECEIVE LEGAL ADVICE FOR PRIVATE MATTERS INVOLVING TENANT/LANDLORD MATTERS?
As legal counsel to the City of Revere, the City Solicitor’s Office is prohibited from providing legal representation or legal advice to members of the public. Therefore, if citizens of the City of Revere have a private dispute, the Solicitor’s Office cannot advise them on how to proceed.  Citizens are advised to consult with a private attorney.
CAN I CUT OR TRIM THE LIMBS OF MY NEIGHBOR’S TREE?
If you believe a city tree needs to be trimmed, cut, or removed, please contact the City’s Tree Warden, Paul Argenzio, at the Department of Public Works, at 781-286-8149.
CAN I CUT OR TRIM A CITY OF REVERE’S PUBLIC SHADE TREE? No. If you believe a City of Revere tree needs to be cut, trimmed or removed, you must contact the Departmnet of Public Works. There are penalties and fines if any person other than  DPW, trims or removes a public shade tree.OTHER CONTACTS Revere Consumer Affairs’ OfficeJannine Ellis, Director(781) 286-8114
Massachusetts Attorney General’s OfficeOne Ashburton Place20th FloorBoston, MA  02108-1518617-742-2200
Greater Boston Legal Services60 Gore Street, Suite 203Cambridge, MA  02151617-603-2700
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Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service20 West StreetBoston, MA 02111800-392-6164
Boston Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service16 Beacon StreetBoston, MA 02108617-742-0625HOW CAN I GET AN INTERPRETATION? The Law Department does not provide interpretations and suggests consulting with a private attorney.HOW CAN I OBTAINA COPY OF AN ORDINANCE? http://library.municode.com/index.aspx?clientId=16060&stateId=21&stateName=MassachusettsHOW DO I MAKE A CLAIM AGAINST THE CITY OF REVERE?
We cannot formally advise anyone regarding the procedures for filing a legal claim against the City of Revere.  However, if you would like to file a claim against the City of Revere and you do not have legal representation, please follow the link provided for access to our claim form.  Please note, the City of Revere will respond within 120 days of receipt of your claim, unless circumstances preclude otherwise.  Please be as detailed as possible in your description of your claim, providing copies of any photos, receipts, or estimates, if necessary, and submit your completed claim form to the City of Revere Clerk’s Office, Revere City Hall, 281 Broadway, Revere, MA  02151.
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20% OF ALL TOILETS LEAKTOILETS USE AN AVERAGE OF 30% OF ALL INDOOR WATER USE.TOILETS BUILT PRIOR TO 1994 USE 3.7 TO 7 GALLONS PER FLUSH.REPLACING THAT OLD TOILET WITH A NEW ONE WILL SAVE YOU AN AVERAGE OF 22,000 GALLONS PER YEAR.

SHOWER & FAUCETS TIPS
THE THIRD HIGHEST USE OF INDOOR WATER IS BATHING, AND BECAUSE MOST OF US LIKE TO USE WARM WATER WHEN WE BATHE, IT’S ALSO THE SECOND HIGHEST USE OF ENERGY IN THE HOME.TAKE A QUICK SHOWER RATHER THAN A BATH AND SAVE AN AVERAGE OF 20 GALLONS OF WATERINSTALL A WATER-EFFICIENT SHOWERHEAD WITH A FLOW OF LESS THAN 2.5 GALLONS PER MINUTE.INSTALL AERATORS ON YOUR KITCHEN AND BATHROOM FAUCETS TO REDUCE INDOOR WATER USE BY 4%.TURN OFF THE WATER WHEN BRUSHING YOUR TEETH AND SHAVING AND SAVE MORE THAN 5 GALLONS PER DAY.RE-USE THE WATER THAT VEGETABLES ARE WASHED IN FOR WATERING HOUSEPLANTS OR FOR CLEANING.INSTEAD OF WAITING FOR TAP WATER TO GET COLD ENOUGH FOR DRINKING, KEEP A BOTTLE OF WATER IN THE REFRIGERATOR.

MAJOR APPLIANCES TIPS
CLOTHES WASHERS CAN USE AS MUCH AS 30-35 GALLONS OF WATER PER CYCLE, AND DISHWASHERS AS MUCH AS 25 GALLONS PER CYCLE.WAIT UNTIL YOUR DISHWASHER IS FULL BEFORE RUNNING.CUT DOWN ON THE AMOUNT OF RINSING YOU DO BEFORE LOADING THE DISHWASHER.ONLY USE THE WASHING MACHINE WHEN IT IS FULL, AND SET THE WATER LEVELS TO THE APPROPRIATE LOADS.

GENERAL TIPS
CLEAN DRIVEWAYS AND SIDEWALKS WITH A BROOM INSTEAD OF THE HOSE.CHECK FOR LEAKS IN OUTDOOR FAUCETS, PIPES AND HOSES.PREVENT THE CREATION OF LEAKS BY SHUTTING OFF AND DRAINING WATER LINES TO OUTSIDE SPIGOTS IN THE WINTER.COVER YOUR SPA OR POOL TO REDUCE EVAPORATION. AN AVERAGE SIZE POOL LEFT UNCOVERED CAN LOSE AS MUCH AS 1,000 GALLONS OF WATER PER MONTH.AS MUCH AS 30% OF WATER CAN BE LOST TO EVAPORATION BY WATERING THE LAWN DURING THE MIDDAY.
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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The City of Revere Residential water rate effective July 1st, 2011 is $3.61 per hundred cubic feet; the Sewer rate is $11.14 per hundred cubic feet, a combined total of $14.75 per hundred cubic feet. The Commercial Rates are as follows:  $5.26 per hundred cubic feet; the Sewer rate is $15.82 per hundred cubic feet, a combined total of $21.08 per hundred cubic feet.
The City of Revere has the water at Revere Beach tested on a regular basis to be sure it is safe to swim in during the summer months. During the summer months the results will be posted here on a weekly basis.

Each year the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority produces a consumer water quality report to update people in its service area on the high quality of MWRA water and to highlight any prescient issues, or highlights. Please follow the link to review these results. http://www.mwra.state.ma.us/water/html/awqr02.htm1-½FOR WATER SAVING DEVICES THAT WILL ASSIST IN LOWERING YOUR WATER CONSUMPTION , CALL The MWRA AT (617) 242-SAVE (7283)

We bill City wide for water four times a year, January, April, July, October. We test thirteen (13) sites throughout the city every week year round for the quality of water.  The results are alwaysvery good. we also test for lead at twelve sites, the results have been the past few years below the DEP action level, (safe).
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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We would like to take this opportunity to inform ALL the citizens of Revere about the return of our Columbus Day Parade on; Monday, Oct .14, 2013. It will surely be a truly Wonderful and Fun event for people of ALL ages. Please take the opportunity of getting involved by either:  participating in,  or donating to, this worthwhile celebration.  You may get involved by contacting the Revere City Hall at 781-286-8119 or revere_mayor@revere.org, or the Revere Chamber of Commerce at 781-289-8009. We very much look forward to being a part of this day that will showcase all the beautiful things that the City of Revere has to offer. On behalf of ALL the citizens & the City Revere, we ALL thank you for your support!The Parade will be preceded by a breakfast the Sunday before the Parade to help raise funds for the event. If you would like to get involved or learn more about the breakfast and parade please reach out to Nicholas Bua, Co Chairman at 781-286-8119 or email revere_mayor@revere.org.
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781-286-2226Website: www.reverehistory.orgBRIEF HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
The City of Revere is situated in eastern Massachusetts (Suffolk County) and borders Winthrop, East Boston and Chelsea to the South, Everett and Malden to the West, Saugus and Lynn to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. It comprises 10.0 square miles, although 4.1 miles are open water and wetlands and not suitable for development. Of the 5.9 miles of developed land, 70% is used for housing. Revere is located approximately 5 miles from downtown Boston.
Revere’s first inhabitants were Native Americans who belonged to the Pawtucket Tribe and were known as the Rumney Marsh Indians. The leader, or sachem, of the Pawtuckets was Nanepashemet of Lynn.
Before colonization of the area by the English, the Indians were ravaged by war and plague, which greatly reduced their numbers. The neighboring Taratines, living east of Penobscott, waged the war, which lasted many years, and the numerous raids conducted by this tribe took their toll on the local Indians. In 1616, an epidemic, probably smallpox, which was more devastating than the wars, swept the region killing thousands in its wake. Nanepashemet retired to the Mystic River in what is now Medford, but was found murdered in 1619 at his fort on the brow of Rock Hill overlooking the river.
Three sons succeeded him in his reign. One of them, Wonohaquaham, also called Sagamore John, had jurisdiction over the Indians at Winnisemmit (later Chelsea) and Rumney Marsh.
Much like today’s vacationers, the Indians would camp next to the seashore during the warmer months where food was more plentiful. For entertainment, different tribes were challenged to compete in various events and games of skill held on the sandy beaches, to contend for pelts and wampum placed on a pole. The Indians, who had a simple lifestyle and culture, had no concept of ownership of land, especially land that was always open and free to them. It was only after they had sold their land to the English that they realized it would interfere with their hunting and fishing.
White men first discovered Rumney Marsh when Captain John Smith   (this was a different Captain John Smith) explored the coast of New England in 1614. It was part of the first permanent settlement in Boston Harbor at Winnisemmet (now known as Chelsea) by Samuel Maverick in 1624.
The early colonists of Massachusetts Bay found the local natives to be a pleasant, attractive people. Often, the Indians, with their intimate knowledge of the vast yet unexplored wilderness, would help the settlers in their struggle to survive.
During King Phillip’s War, the local friendly Indians were placed on what is now Deer Island where many of them perished. Later, some of the Indians on the island were enlisted to help the colonists defeat the other warring tribes. The first Indian deed given in Revere was recorded in 1685, and although early historians claim that the sale of land by the natives was equitable for both sides, this was not always the case. All of what is now Nahant was purchased for a new suit of clothes.
The Indians could not adapt to the White man’s civilization whose numbers were increasing at a constant rate, and the race lapsed into obscurity, being practically starved out of existence, although as late as the 1890′s Native Americans could still be seen hunting seals in Boston Harbor. Now, one can only imagine these children of the forest and marshes as they frolicked along the sandy beaches on a pleasant summer day with the gulls gliding overhead and the sun setting upon a wild untamed land which today is Revere.
Rumney Marsh was originally divided and allotted to twenty-one of Boston’s most prominent citizens. By 1639, the original 21 allotments had been consolidated into seven great farms.
Farming was, and continued to be, the principal industry of Winnisemmet, and Rumney Marsh in particular.
On September 25, 1634, Rumney Marsh was annexed to Boston, which had received its name only four years earlier. Winnisemmet and Pullen Point (which was later to be known as Winthrop) were also annexed to Boston. The first County Road in North America stretched across Rumney Marsh from the Winnisemmet Ferry to Olde Salem in 1641. Many travelers, attracted by the fertile soil and lovely crescent beach returned here to settle.
In 1739, Rumney Marsh, Winnisemmet and Pullen Point were set off from Boston and established as the Town of Chelsea. Revere was the largest of the three settlements, and therefore was selected as the Town Centre.
In its early years, such famous and controversial people as Captain John Smith, Governor Winthrop and, of course, Paul Revere, visited the Town. George Washington is said to have dined at the home of Isaac Pratt. Revere played a role in the American Revolution as the site of the first naval battle in 1775 at Rumney Marsh.
Winnisemmet grew more rapidly than the other two towns. By 1846, 2,100 people lived in Winnisemmet and only 900 in Rumney Marsh and Pullen Point combined. Rumney Marsh and Pullen Point were set off and incorporated as the Town of North Chelsea. In 1850, nearly the entire population of Rumney Marsh was employed in farming. Even the Marsh was harvested, producing “salt hay” for livestock.
In 1852, Pullen Point was set off from North Chelsea and established as the Town of Winthrop. That same year, Chelsea became a city. In 1871, North Chelsea adopted the name of Revere. The population was 1,197. The name of the Salem Turnpike, which had been completed in 1803, was changed to Broadway.
The completion of the Eastern Railroad, in 1838, (later to become the Boston & Maine) and the Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn railroad (the Narrow Gauge) in 1875 signaled the beginning of rapid population growth for the town and the development of the Beach as a summer resort. They increased accessibility of Revere Beach, which became famous as a resort. By 1885, ten years later, the town had increased to 3,637 people, more than tripling in size over 15 years. By 1890 the population grew to 5,668.
From the time of Revere’s incorporation as a City in 1915 until the present, Revere’s growth continued and all its farmlands are now developed. Rapid growth and residential development occurred after World War II and into the 1950s.
In 1906, Revere’s greatest attraction ever, Wonderland Park, opened. Situated approximately where the Wonderland Dog Track is today, it was one of the nation’s earliest and most spectacular fantasy amusement parks. Similar in concept to Disneyworld, it opened and closed long before Walt Disney ever dreamed about Mickey Mouse. It covered 25 acres of land and featured such attractions as a Wild West Show with over 100 cowboys, Indian raids, a circus, and a scenic railway. Its most spectacular feature was “Fighting the Flames”, a re-creation of a great city fire. The park suffered financial difficulties and closed in 1911. It lasted only five years, but its impact is still felt today, in name and in area.
During the two World Wars, service men from all over the United States and from the allied nations spent many of their off duty hours here enjoying Revere’s pleasurable hospitality. Thus did Revere become famous worldwide.
Nothing is more closely identified with the City of Revere than its stretch of sand and water: Revere Beach. In its hey day, it was known as the Coney Island of New England. More than 250,000 bathers would relax along Revere’s shores on hot summer afternoons.
The Narrow Gauge roadbed was originally on the crest of the Beach along what later became the boardwalk on the East Side of the Boulevard. The Beach itself became covered with small bathhouses, eating places and small buildings. The Great Ocean Pier was constructed in 1881 along with the opening of the Pines Hotel. By this time, the Beach had become a lively and heavily used resort area, but because of the closeness of the tracks to the water at high tide and the number of beach structures, it was not safe.
In 1896, the Beach was taken over by the Metropolitan Park Commission (which was later to become the Metropolitan District Commission). That year, the process of clearing the beach of the buildings and moving the tracks of the Narrow Gauge back to the alignment now used by the MBTA Blue Line began. On July 12, Revere Beach was opened as the first public beach in the nation. Thanks to landscape architect Charles Eliot’s design, Revere Beach was “the first to be set aside and governed by a public body for the enjoyment of the common people”. An estimated 45,000 people showed up on opening day to see and enjoy Revere Beach.
The use of Revere Beach as a pleasure resort actually goes back to 1834 when the first small tavern was built in the Point of Pines. Sportsmen, who found excitement in duck hunting on the salt marshes or in fishing offshore, followed their activities with a well-prepared chowder in the tavern at the end of the day.
In 1881, a company of prominent Massachusetts men, among them the ancestors of former United States Senators Leverett Saltonstall and Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. formed a company and purchased 200 acres of land in the Point of Pines. They invested $500,000 in a complete summer resort with hotels, bandstand, racetrack, amusements, piers and bathhouses. They provided gaslight illumination through beautiful arches above the walks and driveways, using gas jets and special globes. Over 2,000 people were present at opening ceremonies for the Pines Hotel, considered the largest on the Atlantic coast.
At the other end of the beach, at the foot of Beachmont Hill was he Great Ocean Pier, which extended 1,450 feet out to Cherry Island Bar, completely roofed over to within 200 feet of the end. It was used as a dance pavilion, a sumptuous cafe and a large skating rink, all on a grand scale, with steamer service every half-hour to Boston and Nahant. The foundation required 2,000 piles; 1,200 yards of canvas covered the piazza and 500,000 shingles were used on the various roofs.
The main entrance to the beach was at Revere Street. A visitor had a number of choices as to where he or she would spend the holiday or vacation. Each presented its own assortment of pleasures but all shared the rolling surf, the beauty of the open sea, the cooling breezes and the view of the crescent shaped beach which extended 4.5 miles from end to end.
From its inception, Revere Beach was “the people’s beach”, used mostly by the working class and the many immigrants who chose to settle in the area. Visitors were described in 1909 as “industrious, well-behaved and a really desirable class of people, of many nationalities to be sure, but neighborly and polite…with one another.”
When people reminisce about Revere Beach however, it is not the sand and surf they remember most. It is the amusements. The Whip, the Ferris Wheel, Bluebeard’s Palace, the Fun House, Hurley’s Dodgems, the Pit, Himalaya, Hippodrome, Sandy’s, the Mickey Mouse, the Virginia Reel and many more provided hours of enjoyment for residents and visitors alike. Of course, the biggest attraction was the Cyclone, among the largest roller coasters in the United States. Opened in 1927, its cars traveled at a speed of 50 miles per hour and its climb reached a 100 feet.
In addition to the sand, surf and amusements, there were two roller skating rinks, two bowling alleys, and numerous food stands. There were also the ballrooms, including the most famous, the Oceanview and the Beachview, each the site of many dance marathons which were popular in the 1930s
The Beach began to deteriorate in the 1950s, and by the early 1970s had become a strip of honky tonk bars and abandoned buildings. The “Great Blizzard of ’78″‘ proved to be the final death knell for the “old” Revere Beach, as many of the remaining businesses, amusements, pavilions and sidewalks and much of the sea wall were all destroyed. The Beach was the focus of a major revitalization effort by the MDC and the City in the 1980s and was officially reopened in May 1992. It now boasts high rise housing units, a resanded beach, restored pavilions and a renovated boulevard. On the weekend of July 19, 1996, Revere commemorated the centennial of the first opening of Revere Beach with a spectacular, three-day celebration.
Today, with a population of almost 43,000 people, Revere is a densely populated residential community with little industry. Its beach is still used by large numbers, but not to the extent that it was in the early 1900s. The MBTA Blue Line replaced the Narrow Gauge and it continues to serve the community as a link to Boston. Revere has a long, proud history and is looking forward to a bright, optimistic future.

(The above is an excerpt from “A Profile of Revere”, 1996 Monograph)
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Mayor Rizzo has formed three advisory groups in order to create a voice for public input during the decision making process. If you have ideas or would like to get involved with any of these groups please email revere_mayor@revere.org.
New Revere Residents Committee (NRRC)
Revere is one of the fastest growing cities in the State of Massachusetts, with particular growth within minority and immigrant communities. We are proud of the fact that people are continuing to choose Revere as a destination to live, work and raise a family.
The New Revere Residents Committee’s (NRRC) goal is to educate new citizens on educational, employment, and housing opportunities. Currently the administration is working to engage with leaders and residents from various immigrant groups to hear and document their concerns, gather information related to model policies, and develop a plan to establish an Office of New Revere Residents.
Revere Neighborhood Advisory Council (RNAC)
The mission of The Revere Neighborhood Advisory Council (RNAC) is to represent the interests of Revere’s diverse neighborhoods in the development and implementation of governmental policies that impact the quality of life for our residents.
RNAC is an advisory group to the Mayor, and his administration, on matters that affect citizen’s welfare. RNAC provides feedback to the Mayor and administration regarding concerns and perceived impacts of decision making upon the neighborhoods. Membership within RNAC shall consists of six members appointed by the Mayor, whose terms will expire in two years.
Broadway Advisory Council (BAC)
Mayor Rizzo campaigned on a promise to change the face of Broadway through a well thought out, community guided revitalization process. In order to make certain the business community along Revere’s central business district has a voice in the process, the Mayor has established a Broadway Advisory Council (BAC) to offer input and advice with respect to this important project.
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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2nd Annual Revere City-Wide Fitness Challenge :: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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There will be three overall winners based on weight loss, inches, and body fat. Participants will weigh-in at the beginning and then at the end of the event. All the activities will be open to residents of all ages and fitness levels, with some activities especially designed for seniors. Participants under 18 must be accompanied by a parent at Challenge events.
“I am extremely excited for the 2nd Annual fitness challenge. Last year showed that when a community comes together, they can be unstoppable. I can’t wait to see the amazing transformations! This event proves that you will never regret doing something good for yourself. I know this year will be just as successful as the last, and everything that we’ve been working so hard to organize will prove that you don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great,” commented Jodi Reath founder of Millions of Muscles Fitness.
The organizations participating in the Challenge this year are Millions of Muscles Fitness, Revere on the Move, Revere Karate Academy, Revere Recreation Department, Zumba with Vanessa Fabro, Planet Fitness, Strength Discover, Hot Yoga Flow, Greater Boston Fitness, Sheila Rosanio School of Dance, Boston Fight Center, and the Revere Senior Center. Classes and activities will include, Family Boot Camp, Urban Trail Walks, Cardio Kickboxing, Stadium Walks, Zumba, Circuit Training, Yoga, and gymnastics.
Activities will run nearly every day of the week during the 6 week period. The calendar of events will be available online at: https://www.facebook.com/reverefitchallenge . Residents can pre-register for the Challenge by sending an email to reverefitchallenge@gmail.com or calling 339-226-1283.
“I am so excited to see that this event is going into its second year. The Challenge helps to bring the community together in a healthy and positive way. A big thank you goes out to all of the fitness organizations across the city that are volunteering their time and energy in order to make the 2nd Annual Revere City-Wide Fitness Challenge a success,” commented Mayor Rizzo.
If you have any questions about the challenge itself or would like to pre-register for specific events please email reverefitchallenge@gmail.com. You can also find more information and updates on Facebook by following “Revere’s FREE City Wide Fitness Challenge.”  Categories:Mayor’s Office
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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CategoriesAll News Categories AssessorAuditorBenefitsBuilding DepartmentCity ClerkCity CouncilCollectorConservation ComissionConsumer AffairsDepartment of Public WorksDirector of FinanceDisabilityElder AffairsElectionEngineeringFire DepartmentHealth DepartmentHousing AuthorityInspectional ServicesMayor’s OfficeResident InformationRetirementSolicitorTreasurerVeteran’sWeights and MeasuresArchive August 2013 (1)July 2013 (7)June 2013 (7)May 2013 (4)April 2013 (12)March 2013 (8)February 2013 (3)January 2013 (2)December 2012 (8)November 2012 (4)October 2012 (7)September 2012 (5)March 2012 (1) News 3rd Annual Revere Shines Citywide Cleanup Brings Out Hundreds of Residents, Businesses, and Community Groups April 30, 2013 This year’s Annual Clean-Up Day, “Revere Shines” which was held this past Saturday was a huge success! More than 500 volunteers across the city helped clean up parks, school playgrounds, islands, and streets. After the clean-up, the volunteers came back to the American Legion Hall for a barbeque and a celebration of all their hard work. All of this would not have been possible without the support of the City Council, local businesses, community groups, and the residents of the City of Revere.
As part of the cleanup, the city partnered with the MBTA in holding a large scale recycling event that took place at the Wonderland Parking Lot located on Ocean Avenue.  Hundreds of Revere residents, and people from the surrounding communities, took advantage of this free recycling program. TV’s were accepted at a cost of 35 cents a pound. The Mayor’s Office is currently working with the MBTA to assess the effectiveness of the recycling program and will provide more details as to the possibility of future events as information becomes available.
We would like to thank our business sponsors who helped make this event possible with their generous donations: Global Petroleum, Capital Waste, A.L. Prime Energy, Arrow Sweeping, Action Emergency Services, Northern Tree Service, Cataldo Ambulance, Bianco Meats, Kayem Foods Incorporated, East Boston Savings Bank, People’s United Bank, LaJoya Auto Body, Law Offices of Palmer & Levine, DiPietro Family Dental, Burnett/Moynihan Lumber, Thrifty Car Rental, Massport, Stop & Shop (Suffolk Downs), Walgreens, Casa Lucia Function Facility, BJ’s Wholesale, Margarita’s Restaurant, Showcase Cinemas/Revere and NECCO.
In addition, this event would not have been the success it was without the help and participation of many local businesses and community organizations. We’d like to thank the City Council, School Committee, The Neighborhood Developers, Beachmont Improvement Committee, Revere Beautification Committee, Revere Beach Partnership, Laborers Local 22, Suffolk Downs, Stop & Shop at Suffolk Downs, NECCO, Walgreens on Broadway, Citizens Bank, Kelly’s Roast Beef, The Seacoast School, The Garfield Middle School, The Interact Club, The Immaculate Conception School, Tabernacle Gospel Church, St. Jeans Credit Union, Massachusetts General Hospital, Women Encouraging Empowerment, CAPIC, Comfort Inn, Margarita’s, The Kiwanis Club, Metro Credit Union, People’s United Bank, RHS Softball, Revere Pop Warner, MGH Youth Zone, St. Mary’s Church, and Wayne Alarm who all provided volunteers.  In addition, we would not have been nearly as successful had it not been for the hundreds of other Revere residents that also came out during the day to help clean up our community.
“It was really encouraging to see so many residents, local businesses, and community groups out this past Saturday working towards the common goal of keeping our city clean. Each year Revere Shines has continued to grow. When we work together, we achieve a lot.  I look forward to working with the people of Revere going forward on new, and innovative community initiatives that can improve the quality of life in our community,” commented Mayor Rizzo.
If you would like to get involved in upcoming community events please contact the Mayor’s Office at 781-286-811 or email revere_mayor@revere.org. Together we can continue to work as a community to make Revere a great place to live, work, and raise a family.  Categories:Mayor’s Office
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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The main phone number is: 781-286-8100
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Broadway Advisory Group to Meet on May 1st to Discuss Revitalization Efforts along the Cities Central Business District :: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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The group will be meeting with Mayor Rizzo, and other City Officials, to review the second phase of the revitalization effort. Subjects will include a proposal to remove the old Police Station on Pleasant Street to create more parking, parking alternatives to the municipal parking lot, as well as other conceptual and design issues.
Mayor Rizzo’s proposed development plan will preserve the historic character of the area while making large-scale aesthetic improvements, creating a robust commercial center that is inviting for residents and local business owners. Top priorities include building and sidewalk renovations, street scape and storefront enhancements, landscaping, lighting improvements, and more accessible trash disposal and recycling facilities. These improvements will beautify Revere’s downtown, bolster investor confidence, and promote reinvestment of consumer dollars by making Broadway a “real” choice destination.
“As a business owner on Broadway and past President of the Chamber of Commerce, I know how important a bustling and vibrant down town is to our community. The Broadway Advisory Groups acts as a sounding board for our development plan in the downtown area. We cannot hope to change the face of our central business district without having business owners, and other community stakeholders, at the table during the revitalization effort. My administration will continue to seek out ways to get the public involved in the  policy making process as much as possible,” commented Mayor Rizzo.
If you would like to get involved in the revitalization of Broadway, please contact the City of Revere’s Director of Economic Development, John Festa at jfesta@revere.org or by calling 781-286-8111

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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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The main phone number is: 781-286-8100
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City Officials to Hold Community Crime Watch Meeting on May 21s :: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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CategoriesAll News Categories AssessorAuditorBenefitsBuilding DepartmentCity ClerkCity CouncilCollectorConservation ComissionConsumer AffairsDepartment of Public WorksDirector of FinanceDisabilityElder AffairsElectionEngineeringFire DepartmentHealth DepartmentHousing AuthorityInspectional ServicesMayor’s OfficeResident InformationRetirementSolicitorTreasurerVeteran’sWeights and MeasuresArchive August 2013 (1)July 2013 (7)June 2013 (7)May 2013 (4)April 2013 (12)March 2013 (8)February 2013 (3)January 2013 (2)December 2012 (8)November 2012 (4)October 2012 (7)September 2012 (5)March 2012 (1) News City Officials to Hold Community Crime Watch Meeting on May 21s April 18, 2013 Since taking office Mayor Rizzo has been committed to working with Chief Cafarelli, the City Council, and other community groups to expand, and reinvigorate, Crime Watch groups across the City of Revere. Large scale Community Crime Watch meetings have been held in nearly every Ward in the City in order to provide residents an access point to the Police Department. The establishment of a Neighborhood Substation on Broadway has also helped to promote community involvement and access to public safety.
Recently, a Community Crime Watch meeting was held at the American Legion Building on Broadway for residents of Ward 4. Over 50 residents were in attendance where they learned best practices for crime prevention and Crime Watch formation. Since that meeting, small groups of residents have been holding independent Crime Watch meetings in order to create a better sense of safety in their neighborhoods and our community.
The next Community Crime Watch meeting will be held on Tuesday May 21st at 7:00pm in the Jack Satter House Dining Room located at 420 Revere Beach Blvd. The meeting is mainly for residents of Ward 5 however all are welcomed to attend. Police officials will be talking about public safety and how you can do some very simple things to help keep you free from crimes that seem to increase with summer months fast approaching.  It is also a great way to meet your neighbors and talk about these very important quality of life issues.
“Community Crime Watch meetings have been a great way for citizens to meet police officials and learn about the many ways to keep their home safe. We will continue to hold these meetings across the city with the hope that they will help to reinvigorate Crime Watch groups. Ensuring that our residents live in a safe community is my number one priority,” commented Mayor Rizzo.
If you would like to learn more, or get involved with Crime Watch activities, please contact the Mayor’s Office at revere_mayor@revere.org or call 781-286-8111. Together, we can make Revere a safer and more integrated community.
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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CategoriesAll News Categories AssessorAuditorBenefitsBuilding DepartmentCity ClerkCity CouncilCollectorConservation ComissionConsumer AffairsDepartment of Public WorksDirector of FinanceDisabilityElder AffairsElectionEngineeringFire DepartmentHealth DepartmentHousing AuthorityInspectional ServicesMayor’s OfficeResident InformationRetirementSolicitorTreasurerVeteran’sWeights and MeasuresArchive August 2013 (1)July 2013 (7)June 2013 (7)May 2013 (4)April 2013 (12)March 2013 (8)February 2013 (3)January 2013 (2)December 2012 (8)November 2012 (4)October 2012 (7)September 2012 (5)March 2012 (1) News REVERE SENIOR CENTER TO HOST “REACHING OUT TO YOU” OPEN HOUSES August 5, 2013Read More Categories:Mayor’s Office MBTA Blue Line Service Update for Saturday August 10 -Sunday August 11, 2013July 29, 2013Read More Categories:NoneREVERE BEACH FARMERS MARKET RETURNS TO BANDSTAND LOCATION 2-6PM July 22, 2013Read More Categories:NoneNATIONAL NIGHT OUT CELEBRATION ON MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 2013 July 15, 2013Read More Categories:Mayor’s Office REVERE BEACH NATIONAL SAND SCULPTING FESTIVAL BOSTON STRONG THEMED CENTERPIECE TRIBUTE SCULPTURE July 15, 2013Read More Categories:Mayor’s Office The 10th Annual Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting FestivalJuly 5, 2013Read More Categories:Mayor’s Office MBTA Blue Line Upcoming Service AlertJuly 1, 2013 Shuttle buses replacing Blue Line service from Sat Jul 06, 2013 through Sun Jul 07, 2013 from Airport-WonderlandStart of day Sat 7/6/13 until end of day Sun 7/7/13Affected stops: Wonderland Station Revere Beach Station Beachmont Station Suffolk Downs Station Orient Heights Station Wood Island Station Airport Station Shuttle buses will replace Blue Line trains between Airport and Wonderland Stations on 7/6 & 7/7. All stops are accessible for persons with disabilities.Read More Categories:NoneMayor Dan Rizzo Rallies Revere Business Owners to ‘Get Your Business Online’ July 1, 2013Read More Categories:None2013 Special State Election Results, Senator in Congress, June 25, 2013 June 26, 2013 Senator in Congress, June 25, 2013 Read More Categories:NonePATRICK ADMINISTRATION AND CITY OF BOSTON ANNOUNCE 54 MUNICIPALITIES PARTICIPATING IN COMMONWEALTH CONNECT APPJune 19, 2013Read More Categories:Mayor’s Office1234567| Next >
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Fitness Night for Pablo:: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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CategoriesAll News Categories AssessorAuditorBenefitsBuilding DepartmentCity ClerkCity CouncilCollectorConservation ComissionConsumer AffairsDepartment of Public WorksDirector of FinanceDisabilityElder AffairsElectionEngineeringFire DepartmentHealth DepartmentHousing AuthorityInspectional ServicesMayor’s OfficeResident InformationRetirementSolicitorTreasurerVeteran’sWeights and MeasuresArchive August 2013 (1)July 2013 (7)June 2013 (7)May 2013 (4)April 2013 (12)March 2013 (8)February 2013 (3)January 2013 (2)December 2012 (8)November 2012 (4)October 2012 (7)September 2012 (5)March 2012 (1) News Fitness Night for PabloApril 25, 2013 Come and show your support for the family of Pablo Zapata, a 5th grade McKinley School student who was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident last weekend – on Sunday, April 28, 2013 at 7:00 P.M. at the Rumney Marsh Academy. A Fitness Fundraiser of zumba/kickboxing will be held. The class is free but donations are accepted at the door. A memory board for Pablo’s family will also be available for signing at this time. Categories:None
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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IRS Announces Three-Month Filing, Payment Extension Following Boston Marathon Explosions :: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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This relief applies to all individual taxpayers who live in Suffolk County, Mass., including the city of Boston. It also includes victims, their families, first responders, others impacted by this tragedy who live outside SuffolkCounty and taxpayers whose tax preparers were adversely affected.
“Our hearts go out to the people affected by this tragic event,” said IRS Acting Commissioner Steven T. Miller. “We want victims and others affected by this terrible tragedy to have the time they need to finish their individual tax returns.”
Under the relief announced today, the IRS will issue a notice giving eligible taxpayers until July 15, 2013, to file their 2012 returns and pay any taxes normally due April 15. No filing and payment penalties will be due as long as returns are filed and payments are made by July 15, 2013. By law, interest, currently at the annual rate of 3 percent compounded daily, will still apply to any payments made after the April deadline.
The IRS will automatically provide this extension to anyone living in SuffolkCounty. If you live in SuffolkCounty, no further action is necessary by taxpayers to obtain this relief. However, eligible taxpayers living outside SuffolkCounty can claim this relief by calling 1-866-562-5227 starting Tuesday, April 23, and identifying themselves to the IRS before filing a return or making a payment. Eligible taxpayers who receive penalty notices from the IRS can also call this number to have these penalties abated.
Eligible taxpayers who need more time to file their returns may receive an additional extension to Oct. 15, 2013, by filing Form 4868 by July 15, 2013.
Taxpayers with questions unrelated to the Boston tragedy should visit IRS.gov, or contact the regular IRS toll-free number at 1-800-829-1040. Categories:None
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Lead Paint Removal Low Interest Loans:: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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MassHousing will also continue to offer a preventive loan at a 2% interest rate to qualified borrowers of owner-occupied properties who do not have a child under the age of six; and an interest rate of 5% to qualified owner investors.
Should you have any questions regarding this program or are seeking applications to participate in the program, please contact the Department of Planning and Community Development and speak to either Mark Signore at (781) 286-8187 or John Squibb at (781) 286-8184. Categories:Mayor’s Office
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Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Mayor Rizzo Announces the Opening of the Revere Police Department Community Resource Office :: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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The mission of the Community Resource Office (“CRO”) is to develop crime prevention initiatives by working closely with the neighbors and businesses in identifying problems, establishing a partnership with them to help address these problems, and employing a  philosophy of “problem oriented policing” to help solve problems for the long term.  This satellite office will be open for “non emergency” residential and business issues.  Please continue to contact the main police office or call 911 in the event of an emergency.  The CRO will partner with city officials to address issues throughout neighborhoods in our community.  In addition, patrol units will be walking, driving, and riding bicycles on Broadway to once again, continue to foster a partnership with local business owners and put police presence back in our central business district.
A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at the new Revere Police Department Community Resource Office on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 6:00 P.M. – all are invited and welcome to attend.
If you would like to contact the Community Resource Office regarding any non-emergency issues or to get involved with Crime Watch activities, please contact the office at (781) 629-3627 or Officer Salvati at jsalvati@reverepolice.org.  Let’s all continue to work together to make Revere a safer and more integrated community.  Categories:Mayor’s Office
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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The main phone number is: 781-286-8100
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Mayor Rizzo Establishes a “Broadway Advisory Council” to Promote Communication During Revitalization Process :: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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Some of the members of the advisory board include; Revere City Councilor Anthony Zambuto, Chairman of the City Council’s Economic Development and Planning Committee, Tom Yourowski, Owner of the Jewelry Box, Bill Goldberg, Owner of the Citizens Bank Building, Jeff Howe, Manager of Citizens Bank, Anthony Delvecchio, and both Laura D’Amico and Bob Upton, representing the Revere Chamber of Commerce, among others.
Mayor Rizzo’s proposed development plan will preserve the historic character of the area while making large-scale aesthetic improvements, creating a robust commercial center that is inviting for residents and local business owners. Top priorities include building and sidewalk renovations, street scape and storefront enhancements, landscaping, lighting improvements, and more accessible trash disposal and recycling facilities. These improvements will beautify Revere’s downtown, bolster investor confidence, and promote reinvestment of consumer dollars by making Broadway a “real” choice destination.
“As a business owner on Broadway and past President of the Chamber of Commerce, I know how important a bustling and vibrant down town is to our community. Beyond promoting job growth, this revitalization will be the cornerstone of future community-led public-private partnerships in our city,” commented Mayor Rizzo.
If you would like to get involved in the revitalization of Broadway please reach out to the City of Revere’s Director of Economic Development, John Festa at jfesta@revere.org or by calling 781-286-8111
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Mayor Rizzo Speaks to Water Resources Coalition :: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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CategoriesAll News Categories AssessorAuditorBenefitsBuilding DepartmentCity ClerkCity CouncilCollectorConservation ComissionConsumer AffairsDepartment of Public WorksDirector of FinanceDisabilityElder AffairsElectionEngineeringFire DepartmentHealth DepartmentHousing AuthorityInspectional ServicesMayor’s OfficeResident InformationRetirementSolicitorTreasurerVeteran’sWeights and MeasuresArchive August 2013 (1)July 2013 (7)June 2013 (7)May 2013 (4)April 2013 (12)March 2013 (8)February 2013 (3)January 2013 (2)December 2012 (8)November 2012 (4)October 2012 (7)September 2012 (5)March 2012 (1) News Mayor Rizzo Speaks to Water Resources Coalition March 19, 2013 This past Wednesday Mayor Rizzo was a featured speaker at the Massachusetts Water Pollution Control Association’s (MWPCA’s) Annual Legislative Meeting. The event was co-sponsored by the New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) and the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC). The event provided a forum where issues related to wastewater and stormwater infrastructure were addressed by elected state and municipal officials, utility managers and regulators. With reductions in funding at the federal level and states challenged with budget shortfalls, cities and towns are forced to meet more stringent water quality requirements with less resources. Impacts on water and sewer ratepayers of the Commonwealth have never been greater.
Mayor Rizzo was able to speak to the group for over 20 minutes regarding the situation the City of Revere is facing regarding the consent decree from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).  Revere, due to this order, must make extensive and costly improvements to its sewer and stormwater systems that continue to show signs of inadequacy. Currently there are a number of House Bills being debated in the Legislature that would help to provide further relief to ratepayers in Revere. Mayor Rizzo used the event to continue his efforts to lobby State and Federal authorities for relief and assistance with meeting the requirements of the consent decree.  Categories:None
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Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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The main phone number is: 781-286-8100
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CategoriesAll News Categories AssessorAuditorBenefitsBuilding DepartmentCity ClerkCity CouncilCollectorConservation ComissionConsumer AffairsDepartment of Public WorksDirector of FinanceDisabilityElder AffairsElectionEngineeringFire DepartmentHealth DepartmentHousing AuthorityInspectional ServicesMayor’s OfficeResident InformationRetirementSolicitorTreasurerVeteran’sWeights and MeasuresArchive August 2013 (1)July 2013 (7)June 2013 (7)May 2013 (4)April 2013 (12)March 2013 (8)February 2013 (3)January 2013 (2)December 2012 (8)November 2012 (4)October 2012 (7)September 2012 (5)March 2012 (1) News Mayor Rizzo to Hold a Public Meeting on Ongoing Water and Sewer Infrastructure Improvements May 7, 2013 On June 12, 2013, Mayor Rizzo, along with City of Revere officials, will hold a public meeting to discuss the City’s ongoing water and sewer infrastructure improvements. The meeting will take place at 6:00 p.m. in the Lecture Room at the Rumney Marsh Academy at 140 American Legion Hwy.The City and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have entered into a Consent Decree to detect and eliminate illegal sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) in the City over the next 10 years. The improvement projects will target sources of inflow and infiltration (I/I) within the City’s aging sewer and drainage system(s). These improvements are expected to total more than $100 million.
The upcoming meeting is part of Mayor Rizzo’s efforts to educate City residents on the Consent Decree requirements and ways to reduce water and sewer costs.  During the meeting, the Mayor will discuss the completed and planned improvements, as well as the project’s long-term goals and its benefits for the public.
“I know that during difficult economic times, we are all struggling to pay our bills. I hope that in the future these issues will be alleviated,” says Mayor Rizzo. “We are holding this public meeting to give the residents of the city the ability to understand the infrastructure improvements that are occurring. I hope residents will come out to the meeting on June 12, 2013, to learn more about the important work that is underway to improve the quality of our city.”
For more information regarding the public meeting, and the water and sewer work being completed in the City, please contact the Mayor’s Office at 781-286-8111 or revere_mayor@revere.org or visit www.revere.org.
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Mayor Rizzo to Hold Candlelight Vigil on May 7th In Memory of those Impacted by the Boston Marathon Bombings :: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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The vigil will take place on Tuesday, May 7th, at 6:30PM, on the front steps outside of Revere City Hall.
If you would like more information or would like to get involved with the service please contact the Mayor’s Office at 781-286-8111 or revere_mayor@revere.org
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Mayor Rizzo Works with Community Organizations, City Council, and RPD to Expand Crime Watch Groups Throughout the City:: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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CategoriesAll News Categories AssessorAuditorBenefitsBuilding DepartmentCity ClerkCity CouncilCollectorConservation ComissionConsumer AffairsDepartment of Public WorksDirector of FinanceDisabilityElder AffairsElectionEngineeringFire DepartmentHealth DepartmentHousing AuthorityInspectional ServicesMayor’s OfficeResident InformationRetirementSolicitorTreasurerVeteran’sWeights and MeasuresArchive August 2013 (1)July 2013 (7)June 2013 (7)May 2013 (4)April 2013 (12)March 2013 (8)February 2013 (3)January 2013 (2)December 2012 (8)November 2012 (4)October 2012 (7)September 2012 (5)March 2012 (1) News Mayor Rizzo Works with Community Organizations, City Council, and RPD to Expand Crime Watch Groups Throughout the CityOctober 11, 2012 With the support of his Neighborhood Advisory Council, other community groups, The City Council, and the Police Department, Mayor Rizzo is planning an aggressive outreach campaign to help bolster Crime Watch Groups across the City. City Officials, community activities, and members of the Revere Police Department, will be going into different sections of the City over the coming months to educate residents about Crime Watch.
The first of these meetings will be Tuesday November 13th at 6:00pm in the Paul Revere School Auditorium. The meeting is for residents from mainly Wards 2 and 3, but all residents are welcome to attend.
Officials from the Revere Police Department will be teaching best practices pertaining to Crime Watch formation, which are; Build organizations across the city with planning committees, coordinators, and block captains; Communicate using email, phone tree, meetings, special outreach, and partnering with other community groups; Identifying different tasks that people can take on.
“Public Safety continues to be my number one priority as Mayor of the City of Revere. I hope that people will come to this Kick-Off meeting so we can work to build Crime Watch groups in every neighborhood,” commented Mayor Rizzo.
According to the National Crime Prevention Council:• Six out of ten people belong to Neighborhood Watch Groups where it is available. • Neighbors who know and look out for each other create the strongest features of safer neighborhoods• Crime Watch unites the community around a common goal and increases neighborhood cohesion• Reduces fear of crime in the community• Provides basic skills to all members on preventing crime.
If you would like to learn more, or get involved with Crime Watch activities, please contact the Mayor’s Office at revere_mayor@revere.org. Together we can all work together to make Revere safer and more integrated community. Categories:Mayor’s Office
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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MBTA Blue Line Service Update for Saturday August 10 -Sunday August 11, 2013:: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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CategoriesAll News Categories AssessorAuditorBenefitsBuilding DepartmentCity ClerkCity CouncilCollectorConservation ComissionConsumer AffairsDepartment of Public WorksDirector of FinanceDisabilityElder AffairsElectionEngineeringFire DepartmentHealth DepartmentHousing AuthorityInspectional ServicesMayor’s OfficeResident InformationRetirementSolicitorTreasurerVeteran’sWeights and MeasuresArchive August 2013 (1)July 2013 (7)June 2013 (7)May 2013 (4)April 2013 (12)March 2013 (8)February 2013 (3)January 2013 (2)December 2012 (8)November 2012 (4)October 2012 (7)September 2012 (5)March 2012 (1) News MBTA Blue Line Service Update for Saturday August 10 -Sunday August 11, 2013July 29, 2013 Shuttle buses replacing Blue Line service from Sat Aug 10 through Sun Aug 11 between Airport and WonderlandAffected stops: Wonderland Station Revere Beach Station Beachmont Station Suffolk Downs Station Orient Heights Station Wood Island Station Airport StationAccessibility: All station stops are fully accessible.Last updated: Aug 5 2013 8:43 AMClick here for more information:  Categories:None
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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City Hall Revere is located at:
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The main phone number is: 781-286-8100
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MBTA Construction Advisory-Ocean Avenue & Revere Beach Blvd.:: News :: City of Revere Text Size: -A A+Visiting City Hall
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CategoriesAll News Categories AssessorAuditorBenefitsBuilding DepartmentCity ClerkCity CouncilCollectorConservation ComissionConsumer AffairsDepartment of Public WorksDirector of FinanceDisabilityElder AffairsElectionEngineeringFire DepartmentHealth DepartmentHousing AuthorityInspectional ServicesMayor’s OfficeResident InformationRetirementSolicitorTreasurerVeteran’sWeights and MeasuresArchive August 2013 (1)July 2013 (7)June 2013 (7)May 2013 (4)April 2013 (12)March 2013 (8)February 2013 (3)January 2013 (2)December 2012 (8)November 2012 (4)October 2012 (7)September 2012 (5)March 2012 (1) News MBTA Construction Advisory-Ocean Avenue & Revere Beach Blvd.September 26, 2012 A temporary bypass will be implemented to divert traffic on Ocean Avenue around the construction zone:Revere Beach Boulevard will become a two-way street between Chester Avenue and the State Police Station
Southbound traffic on Ocean Avenue will be diverted to Revere Beach Boulevard at State Police Station.
Northbound traffic on Ocean Avenue will be diverted to Revere Beach Boulevard at Chester Street.For MBTA commuters:MBTA commuter parking lots will remain open.
MBTA bus route 411 will be detoured off of Ocean Avenue.  Buses travelling from the Jack State House inbound towards Malden center will take a right onto Revere Street, left onto North Shore Road servicing the busway at Wonderland Station.  Buses will then continue south on North Shore Road and will take a right onto Beach Street. Categories:None
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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The main phone number is: 781-286-8100
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CategoriesAll News Categories AssessorAuditorBenefitsBuilding DepartmentCity ClerkCity CouncilCollectorConservation ComissionConsumer AffairsDepartment of Public WorksDirector of FinanceDisabilityElder AffairsElectionEngineeringFire DepartmentHealth DepartmentHousing AuthorityInspectional ServicesMayor’s OfficeResident InformationRetirementSolicitorTreasurerVeteran’sWeights and MeasuresArchive August 2013 (1)July 2013 (7)June 2013 (7)May 2013 (4)April 2013 (12)March 2013 (8)February 2013 (3)January 2013 (2)December 2012 (8)November 2012 (4)October 2012 (7)September 2012 (5)March 2012 (1) News Message From Mayor Rizzo Regarding The Five Schools BondsMarch 12, 2013 This past weekend, City and School officials, along with our bond counsel, outside auditors, and other financial consultants working on behalf of the city, hosted a financial summit to discuss the five bonds authorizations that were up for a public hearing before the City Council this past Monday night.  There, Councilors learned what was contained in each order, and what the implication of these bonds would mean to the taxpayers.  For over three hours, Councilors questioned the various participants about the impacts approving these bonds would have on our community.  This meeting can be seen on Revere TV Channel 9 or by visiting their website at www.reveretv.org. I hope you get a chance over the coming days to watch the meeting where lots of useful and meaningful information came to light.
As a result, this past Monday night, in front of over 200 residents, parents, teachers, and school officials, the Revere City Council authorized over $50 million in bonds for the construction of a new school, stadium, roads, and parks, with over 60 percent of those funds coming back to the city in the form of grants, thereby saving the city over $30 million.
The approval of these bonds accomplishes many things; it will create and build a new state of the art Harry Dello Russo Stadium, a new Sergeant James J. Hill School (formerly known as the McKinley School), develop parkland in West Revere by designing and building a new softball field and two new little league fields.  It will also provide funding for the necessary land takings, and finally, if approved, provide a source of revenue to refurbish the existing McKinley School building that could ultimately be used for School Administration, as well as other public and private uses.
The positive vote taken to replace the stadium with an all new state of the art facility will be one of the best multiuse facilities of its kind in the region and will have a lasting impact on our community.  In addition, it will help anchor our central business district and create business development opportunities for generations to come.
The McKinley School (now known as the Sergeant James J. Hill School) was approved and is being designed and built to hold 690 students at a cost of just over $42 million with close to 70 percent coming from grants through the Massachusetts School Building Authority. The new “Hill School” will also be a world class facility that is desperately needed in order to meet the ever-growing needs of our student population.
The land acquisitions, along with the costs for refurbishing the ball fields at St. Mary’s, were also approved. These new facilities located at St. Mary’s will be another way that we can provide premier recreational activities for our children.
It is my hope that the Council will continue their work towards revitalizing our central business district by approving the final bond of $2.5 million to refurbish the “old” McKinley School in order to turn it into a useful municipal office building. This too can  help anchor our new downtown area.
Over 13 years ago, I personally made a promise to support and see through completion, the construction of five new schools; we all have a shared commitment and I believe, an obligation to the children of this community to do all we can to provide the necessary tools that will give each and every child the best chance for success in life.  Good public schools across our city, especially in our central business district, will have a positive impact on our local economy for years to come. Property values will be influenced by the new schools and it is my hope that local business interests will also be attracted. The new recreational facilities at Harry Della Russo Stadium and the new ball fields at St. Mary’s will give our children room to play and grow.
Since taking the office of Mayor back in January of 2012, I have been committed to continuing the work, started by past administrations.  I will maintain that commitment, as well as continuing to promote initiatives that I feel will make Revere a better place to live, work, and raise a family.
Thank you,
Daniel Rizzo
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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My thoughts are with the victims and their families, and I hope that you and your loved ones – and our residents – are safe and sound.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to my office, or me, if you need anything.Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Tom Menino have announced the formation of The One Fund Boston, Inc. to help the people most affected by the tragic events that occurred in Boston on April 15, 2013.I wish you strength and peace,-Mayor Rizzo Categories:Mayor’s Office
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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“Revere is one community. We are all neighbors here whether your family has been here for generations or are newcomers to this country. We want to create an atmosphere of openness and tolerance from City Hall throughout every neighborhood.”
The Mayor wants to reinforce his one community message with programs that promote inclusion and respect for cultural diversity. Meeting participants discussed ideas to increase cross cultural understanding among neighbors and ensure welcoming services throughout City Hall. Categories:Mayor’s Office
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Revere is truly one of the east coast’s hidden gems!  Situated just 5 minutes from Logan International Airport and downtown Boston, Revere is perfectly situated to meet the needs of the residential and business traveller alike.  We are proud of our pristine 2.5 mile crescent shaped beach, America’s first public beach and now, a National Historic Landmark.  We are home to a diverse population of 55,000 people who call Revere home and offer many amenities to help make certain that Revere stays an attractive place to live and raise a family.  As host to three stops on the MBTA Blue Line, commuters have easy high speed rail access in and out of Boston. Parents of young children will appreciate our first rate school system and stable crime statistics. With 4 newly built schools and a 5th on the way, as well as a new Police Station and 2 new Fire Stations, we are in the process of redeveloping Harry Dello Russo Stadium; it will soon become an all new state of the art facility that will host Football games, Track meets, and a wide variety of other sporting and recreational activities.

Business and Investment opportunities are unparalleled- with direct oceanfront access, and several large parcels ready and ripe for development, our Economic Development and Planning Departments are committed to minimizing the red tape and rather, offer assistance and expertise on how to make your project most successful.

In summary, Revere is certainly a “city on the rise”- a great place to live, work, and play.  I hope you’ll take advantage of all Revere has to offer.  You’ll be glad you did.

Dan Rizzo
MayorCity Launches CodeRED High Speed Notification Service The City of Revere has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system will allow for the City to quickly deliver emergency messages and important municipal information to targeted areas or to the entire City. Residents will be able to receive the notices by land-line phones, cellphones, emails and text messages.Learn More and Sign UpRewards For Recycling Our curbside recycling program is designed to preserve our natural resources and help lower our cost of trash disposal. Capitol Waste Services is pleased to assist Mayor Dan Rizzo in his continuing efforts to increase recycling in the City.Learn More
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Commonwealth Connect
Please do not use this form to report an emergency.  Please dial 911 for any emergencies.
Use the form below to report:Street Light
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Commonwealth Connect is a collaborative effort between the City of Revere and the City of Boston. You can report issues to the City of Revere via this web page. A mobile Commonwealth Connect solution is available for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad on the App Store and iTunes. It is available for the Android platform on Google’s Play Store. Visit the “Links to Downloads” section towards the bottom of this page.
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Quick Links Verizon Contact Information « Back to view all departments The following Verizon contact numbers will help residents and our municipality deal with telecommunications related issues over the winter months. Verizon’s toll free number 1-800-VERIZON (1-800-837-4966) and website www.verizon.com/support .
To Report Service Related Issues Customers can contact Verizon at 1-800-VERIZON (1-800-837-4966) or online at www.verizon.com/support to report any service-related issue.

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