About Mayor Robert F. Sullivan

Mayor Robert F. Sullivan

Robert F. Sullivan has served as a Councilor At-Large since 2006 after being elected in November of 2005.

He was unanimously elected to the position of City Council President in 2008, 2014 and 2017, and again in 2019 when Council President Moises M. Rodrigues became Mayor following the death of Mayor Bill Carpenter.

Born in Brockton on April 27, 1970 and raised in Ward 2 on Wellington Street, he is the son of Robert and Susan Sullivan. His Dad worked in the City as a high school history teacher and his Mom a registered nurse.

He attended Brockton public schools (Whitman Elementary School, West Junior High) and graduated from Brockton High School in 1988. He graduated from Boston College (1992), obtained his law degree from the New England School of Law (1996), and received an M.B.A. degree from Boston College (2001).

Robert volunteers his time as a Board Member for the Good Samaritan Medical Center (Brockton, MA). In addition, he coaches youth basketball (Brockton Community Schools), baseball (Brockton West Youth Baseball League), and soccer (Brockton Youth Soccer Association).

He is a member of the Brockton Democratic City Committee and the Brockton Historical Society.

Councilor Sullivan, an Attorney, lives in Ward 1 with his wife, Maria (Luizzi) Sullivan, and their three children.

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5 hours ago

City of Brockton

Mayor Sullivan’s Virtual Town Hall will air TONIGHT on Brockton Community Access after the school committee. Thank you for your patience!! ...

6 hours ago

City of Brockton

Please see Mayor Sullivan’s update for today with John McGarry from the Board of Health. Please note that while yard waste pick up will continue, it may be delayed and the City will be limited pickup to 8 bags and 2 barrels per week. ...

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Thank you for always keeping your citizens informed in such a professional and articulate manner!😊

Your doing a great job Mr Mayor

They need to all wear masks and gloves ,you never know who a carrier is, it could be anyone just play it safe and stay 6 feet away, wear mask and gloves and stay home so we can get rid of this horrible virus

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1 day ago

City of Brockton

Tomorrow at 1:00pm, join us for a free webinar! "How Not to Lose Your Business Momentum in Times of Crisis: Rev-Up the Marketing Tools in Your Virtual Tool Box"

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