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The City of Revere is conveniently located on the Blue Line, with stops at Wonderland, Revere Beach, Beachmont.

Please visit the MBTA web site directly.

Revere Chamber of Commerce

Please visit the Chamber of Commerce‘s site directly.

Revere Beach Partnership

Please visit the Partnership‘s web site.

Revere Public Library

Please visit the Revere Public Library‘s web site.

Revere Public Schools

Please visit the Revere Public Schools web site directly.


Community Action Programs, Inter City, Inc. (CAPIC) is a private, non-profit corporation chartered in 1967 and designated to identify and eradicate the root causes of poverty in Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop. The organization is governed by an eighteen member community-based Board of Directors that represents public, private, and low-income sectors of the communities we serve. In addition, CAPIC provides housing services to the residents of East Boston through our local program and twenty-five other communities regionally, as well as Weatherization services to eighteen local communities. Since its inception, CAPIC has grown to meet the changing needs of the communities we serve, supporting self-sufficiency efforts of people struggling economically and emotionally.

Today, as a growing private non-profit, assisting more than 5,000 low-income individuals and families annually, CAPIC continues to implement its philosophy of self-sufficiency through a service delivery structure that provides innovative, practical, and timely programs and services which emphasize developing problem-solving skills for people and communities. CAPIC has an annual operating budget of over $8 million and receives grant income from federal, state and local governments, as well as private foundations.

CAPIC programs include:

  • Head Start
  • Child Care Services
  • Housing and Homeless Services
  • Community Services
  • Fuel Assistance
  • Weatherization
  • Self-Sufficiency Counseling
  • Domestic Violence Counseling
  • Emergency Services
  • Chelsea City Wide Special Summer Camp
  • Public Safety Initiatives
  • Infant/Toddler Program

Learn more on their website.

Revere Cares

Please check out the Revere Cares web site for more info.

Revere 311

Please visit the Revere 311 Site for more information.

Snow Emergency Information

The City of Revere and The Revere Police Department make every effort to announce snow emergencies in a safe and timely manner. In the event of a snow emergency, a PARKING BAN will go into effect on the following streets:


Beach St: Both Sides
Bellingham Ave: Northerly Side of Street
Bradstreet Ave: Odd Side
Broadway: Both Sides
Campbell Ave: Westerly Side of Street (Even)
Central Ave: Both Sides
Crescent Ave: Northerly Side of Street (Even)

Crest Ave: Northerly Side of Street (Even)
Cushman Ave: Both Sides
Endicott Ave: Northerly Side of Street (Even)
Hichborn St: Westerly Side of Street (Even)
Highland Ave: Easterly Side of Street (Odd)
Malden St: Both Sides

North Shore Rd: From Revere Beach Parkway to Kimball Ave Both Sides
Park Ave: Both Sides
Revere St: Both Sides
Sargent St: Both Sides
Shirley Ave: Both Sides
Sumner St: Easterly Side of Street (Franklin to Shirley-Odd)
Thornton St: Easterly Side of Street (Odd)
Walnut Ave: Easterly Side of Street (Even)

Warren St: Northerly (Odd)

Washington Ave: Both Sides

Winthrop Ave (1): Odd from Beach St to Winthrop Pkwy

Winthrop Ave (2): Even Broadway to Beach St


What do yo do if your vehicle is towed?

If your vehicle is towed, THE REGISTERED OWNER must come to the police station to obtain a release form. You must have the following:

  • License plate number
  • Make and model of the vehicle
  • The street it was towed from
  • A second licensed driver (to drive you to the tow yard)

Please have all of the above when you come to the station. Once you have the release, you will need to go to one of three tow yards to get your car

Helpful Hints

  • Prepare for the storm by getting your vehicle off the street and parking it on private property. The less vehicles on the street, the more efficient the plowing clean up will be
  • Home and Business Owners are responsible for shoveling the sidewalk in front of their property in a timely manner after the storm. If this is not done, the city reserves the right to remove it at your expense
  • Do not shovel snow onto the street
  • Before a storm, check in with elderly neighbors to inquire if they need anything (food, medicine). After the storm, assist them in shoveling their sidewalk and walkway so that they can leave their house, or, in the event of an emergency, medical personnel and quickly access the residence
  • Unless it is absolutely necessary, stay indoors and allow the state and city plows to clear the roadways