Brockton News

Brockton designated as Age Friendly by AARP

Click here to find out more about City of Brockton’s Council on Aging and the ongoing projects the Action Team is currently working on.  Read More

COVID 19 Online Recovery Resources

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: AA Online meetings NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS: Virtual NA meetings online NA meeting search SMART RECOVERY: SMART Recovery online community Private, convenient, online recovery supportRead More

Portland and Crescent Street Traffic Interruption

To the Residents of Portland Street from Crescent Street to end of roadway, The city's contractor, T.L. Edwards will be starting the reconstruction of the roadway weather permitting, on or about June 15, 2022. The hours of operation are from 7AM to 5PM. Please make sure all vehicles are removed from the roadway. This work…Read More

Quarterly Billing Change

Please be aware of a change in appearance of our quarterly billing. As opposed to the usual double window envelope with the City of Brockton information in the top left corner and the account owner's name below, the envelopes used this quarter have a single window with the account owner's information and will display PO BOX…Read More

Notice of Traffic Interruption

To the Residents of North Cary Street from East Ashland Street to Ames Street, The city's contractor, T.L. Edwards will be starting the reconstruction of the roadway weather permitting, on or about June 1, 2022. The hours of operation are from 7AM to 5PM. Please make sure all vehicles are removed from the roadway. This…Read More

Utility Bills

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE MAY 2022 UTILITY BILLS ARE GOING TO BE ISSUED LATER THAN USUAL. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE & UNDERSTANDING AT THIS TIME. ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT 508-580-7143Read More

New Telehealth program for new COVID-19 treatment, “Paxlovid”

New Telehealth program for new COVID-19 treatment, "Paxlovid". Massachusetts has launched a new free telehealth program to help residents easily access COVID-19 treatment The COVID-19 telehealth program is a quick, easy and free way for individuals to see if Paxlovid is an appropriate treatment for them. Paxlovid is a COVID-19 treatment pill taken orally that…Read More

Spring into Wellness

English: Mayor Robert Sullivan's Wellness Trust Team, in conjunction with the Brockton Public Schools, is hosting "Spring Into Wellness" on Sunday, May 22, 2022, from 1 PM to 4 PM, at the Arnone Elementary School (located at 135 Belmont St.). This resource fair will have various non-profit organizations and programs to educate Brockton residents about…Read More

City of Brockton Launches E-Permitting System

The City of Brockton has announced it is institutionalizing an e-government platform, in line with Mayor Robert Sullivan's goal to modernize city government. The platform, titled "Citizenserve," is designed to bring the City forward into the digital age, providing the opportunity for Brocktonians to submit online license and permit applications rather than solely having the…Read More

Dog Licenses

Mayor Sullivan would like to remind everyone that Dog Licenses must be renewed by April 30. Licenses are Free if you are over 70 years of age. For all others it is $10 if your dog is Spayed or Neutered, $24 if they are not. You must have a current rabies certificate and documentation of…Read More

Knox Box Lender Program

The Brockton Rotary Club, in conjunction with the Brockton Council on Aging, Old Colony Elder Services and the Brockton Fire Department is offering a Knox Box Lender program to qualified Brockton residents.  This program allows the Brockton Fire Department to gain rapid access without causing damage to your residence. KnoxBox Lender Program Information Knox Box…Read More

ARPA Grant Program Deadline Extended

The Mayor's Office announces the ARPA Grant Program Deadline has been extended to 11:45 PM on Friday, February 4th.  To apply, please visit https://brockton.ma.us/government/mayors-office/arpa-grant-program/.Read More