Brockton News: Public Notices

Water Shut Off Notice

Montello St – from Plain St to Grove Street Garfield Street Perkins Ave – from Main St to Montello St Temple St – from Main St to Montello St  The water will be shut off for the purpose of working on the water main.  This will occur on Tuesday, June 18, 2024 between the hours…Read More

Juneteenth Trash Schedule

Due to the Juneteenth Holiday on Wednesday, June 19, trash and "B" week recycling will be delayed by one day ONLY on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Monday and Tuesday will have their normal collection schedule. The Recycle Depot will be closed on Wednesday, June 19. Please call 508-580-7827 with any questions.Read More

Buckle Up Brockton

On May 16, Mayor Robert Sullivan attended the kick-off press event for the Buckle Up Brockton campaign at Boulangerie Saint Antoine, 364 North Main Street. This campaign, initiated by Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) and Travelers Marketing, is a multi-year campaign to increase seat belt usage in the City of Brockton. The campaign will include sponsorship…Read More

Take home a piece of Brockton history!

The City salvaged and cleaned bricks from the old Brockton High School building to distribute to former students or anyone who admired the building. The bricks are located at the Recycle Depot, 300 Oak Hill Way. Stop by between the hours of 8:30 am and 3:00 pm Monday through Friday to pick one up, or call 508-580-7827 for…Read More

Brockton Safety Action Plan

Brockton Safety Action Plan - Final Each crash statistic represents a human life. Past fatal and serious injury crashes have affected families and communities across Brockton. The City of Brockton is acting now in response to Brockton’s high number of fatal and serious injury crashes, starting with Brockton’s Safety Action Plan. The City of Brockton…Read More

Downtown Water Main Replacement Project

Construction of upgrades and improvements to the City of Brockton’s water distribution system in Warren Avenue (West Elm Street to Pleasant Street), Green Street (Warren Avenue to Main Street), Frederick Douglass Avenue, L Street, and West Elm Street (Warren Avenue to Main Street) is scheduled to occur this spring and summer. This project will include…Read More

DPW Office Temporary Relocation

PLEASE BE ADVISED: The DPW office is temporarily located in the Mayor's Office, first floor of City Hall. 508-580-7135 POR FAVOR, SEJA AVISADO: O escritório do DPW está temporariamente localizado no escritório do Mayor, no primeiro andar do Edifício da Câmara Municipal. TANPRI AVANZE: Biwo DPW la chita tanporèman nan Biwo Majistra a, premye etaj…Read More

Mayor Sullivan Addresses the Chamber of Commerce

On Thursday, February 15, Mayor Sullivan was honored to present to the attendees at the Metro South Chamber of Commerce luncheon a speech with accompanying power-point slides entitled, "Championing the Future: Mayor's Message of Progress.” The presentation featured updates on the ARPA-funded municipal renovation projects, the Public Safety Building, Brockton Hospital/Signature Healthcare, Good Samaritan Medical Center, Marvelous Marvin…Read More

Mayor Robert Sullivan and City Elected Officials Take the Oath of Office

On Monday, January 1, 2024, Mayor Robert Sullivan, members of the City Council, and members of the School Committee were sworn in for the next two-year term at the 2024 Inauguration Ceremony held at City Hall. The event was presided over by City Clerk Timothy Cruise. United States Congressman Stephen Lynch, who has always been…Read More

Winter Parking Ban begins December 1, 2023

English Haitian - French Haitian - Creole Spanish Portuguese Cape Verdean Creole CITY OF BROCKTON TRAFFIC COMMISSION WINTER PARKING BAN PARKING BAN HOURS:  Midnight (12:00 a.m.)  to 7:00 a.m.  MONTHS OF PARKING BAN:  December 1st  to April 1st NO PARKING on the EVEN NUMBERED SIDE of all streets except those streets restricted to one side…Read More