South End Landmark District Commission | Boston.gov
Attention: This hearing will be held virtually and not in person. To participate please go to our Zoom meeting link, or call 929-205-6099 and enter Meeting ID: 871 0155 8033 #. You can also submit written comment via email to [email protected] or via Twitter @bostonlandmarks.
Actived: Tuesday Sep 1, 2020
Boston Resiliency Fund grantees | Boston.gov
The Boston Resiliency Fund’s grantmaking focuses on our city’s most vulnerable individuals who have been most affected during the COVID-19 crisis. The Fund’s priorities are to provide: food to Boston's children, families and seniors, support to first responders, front-line workers and healthcare workers so they can effectively do their jobs and promote public health, and technology to
The City of Boston is in Step 1 of Phase 3 of the state's COVID-19 reopening plan. We continue to update City-specific guidance on our reopening website. Schools We are moving forward with a phased-in plan to start the school year, with all students starting fully remote on September 21. The first
15 Pearl Street Apartments - Boston.gov
6. The lottery consists of a blind selection, from a container, of coupons bearing applicant identification numbers. The order in which your coupon is drawn, plus your preference category, if any, determines your ranking for a particular unit type. 7. Priority for the accessible units will be for families which require physical accommodations.
How to complete an Energy Action and Assessment | Boston.gov
Every year, large- and medium-sized buildings report their annual energy and water use. This is a requirement of the Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure Ordinance (BERDO). Unless you receive an exemption, the due date for completing an Energy Action is on May 15 in the fifth year that your building is covered by BERDO. Please review this list to confirm your due date.
Boston Common | Boston.gov
Founded in 1634 Here the Colonial militia mustered for the Revolution. In 1768, the hated British Redcoats began an eight-year encampment. George Washington, John Adams and General Lafayette came here to celebrate our nation's independence. The 1860s saw Civil War recruitment and anti-slavery meetings. During World War I, victory gardens sprouted. For World War II, the Common gave most of its
Age Strong Commission | Boston.gov
For us, strength comes in many forms. Strength of community. Of cultures. Of experiences. Strength to embrace new chapters and opportunities. We believe that Bostonians who are 55+ make our City strong and vibrant. Our mission is to enhance your life with meaningful programs, resources, and connections so we can live and age strong in Boston together.
Parks and Recreation | Boston.gov
We create and maintain clean, green, safe, and accessible open space in more than 2,300 acres of park land throughout Boston. Our department is responsible for 217 City parks, playgrounds and athletic fields, two golf courses, 65 squares, 17 fountains, 75 game courts, 16 historic and three active cemeteries, urban wilds, four High School Athletic Fields, and approximately 125,000 trees, all
How to pay a parking ticket | Boston.gov
You can use our online search to pay by your ticket or notice number. You can also search for your plate or registration number online if your car is registered in Massachusetts. For online payments, we only accept debit or credit cards from Mastercard, Visa, Discover, or American Express. ticket