This is a special page for Coronavirus updates from the Mayor's Office
Esta é uma página especial para atualizações do Coronavírus do escritório do prefeito
Esta es una página especial para actualizaciones de Coronavirus de la Oficina del Alcalde
Ceci est une page spéciale pour les mises à jour du Coronavirus du bureau du maire
Visit Mass.gov for the latest information on the Coronavirus: https://www.mass.gov/resource/information-on-the-outbreak-of-coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19
COVID 19 Online Recovery Resources
Baker-Polito Administration Announcments
Massachusetts Department Of Public Health
Ways to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 by CDC.GOV
U.S. Depart Of Housing And Urban Development Announcements
Brockton Public Library
The Mayor has ordered that the convenience fees for online bill payments be temporarily waived due to the Coronvirus. To pay online go to our Pay a Bill page.
In light of the public health crisis, the City of Brockton has decided not to place the $30.00 Demand fee on the Motor Vehicles excise bills due March 23, 2020 until April 27, 2020. This will allow taxpayers additional time to pay their bill online or by mail. To pay online go to our Pay a Bill page.
Small Business Administration.
MassHire Greater Brockton
National Restaurant Association
Brockton Mayor Robert F. Sullivan Declares All City Buildings be Closed.
Please be advised that under Governor Baker’s orders to close all non-essential businesses, City buildings will be closed to the general public starting tomorrow, Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 at noon. If you need any essential City services during this time, please contact the Mayor’s Office at 508-580-7123 to set up an appointment to come into City Hall or any other City buildings. Those without an appointment will not be able to access City Hall or the municipal buildings. If you need to pay bills, please do so through the U.S. mail or by using the City’s website (www.brockton.ma.us). The Mayor has instructed that there will be no convenience fee charges for online payments made directly through the City’s website. Please do not use the Kelly & Ryan website. Additionally, late payments on excise tax will be waived through, Monday April 27th. Public schools, the Council on Aging, and the Library all remain closed until further notice.