Brockton News

FY 19 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program Announced

The City of Brockton is eligible for $74,624.00 in grant funding from the FY 19 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program funds from Dept. of Justice/Bureau of Justice Assistance that can be used for the following purpose areas:  Law Enforcement Programs Prosecution and court programs Prevention and education programs Corrections and community corrections…Read More

StormWater Management Program for Public Comment

Please send all comments on the StormWater Management Program to Chike Odunukwe. StormWater Management ProgramRead More

Mayor’s Pothole Hotline

You can report potholes by calling (508) 897-1306 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just leave a voicemail giving the exact location, including the street address. In addition, you can use our SeeClickFix app to send it online or through your phone.Read More

Brockton Needle Hotline

The City of Brockton has a hotline telephone number for anyone who finds improperly discarded needles - 508-583-2323. This number directs you to the Brockton Fire Dept. dispatch and if you find a needle that you would like to have removed, a member of the Brockton Refuse Dept. or Brewster Ambulance will come to remove…Read More

Single Stream Recycling Program

The New City of Brockton Single Stream Recycling Program begins on April 2, 2018. Recycling will be collected every other week (A Week and B Week). Please check here to see which week your recyclables will be collected: Recycle Collection Schedule Recycling Week A or B by Street Visit the Trash and Recycling page or view our video for…Read More

Greening the Gateway Cities Program

The Department of Conservation and Recreation is currently implementing an energy efficiency program in certain parts of Brockton to increase tree canopy cover to reduce energy costs for homeowners, residents, and businesses. For more information contact your local DCR office at 617.626.1503 or at wildlandstrust.org/greening-the-gateway-citiesRead More

Announcing New Enhanced Online Bill Pay Services

The City of Brockton’s Online Bill Pay Services will look a little different the next time you go to pay online. The new system offers added enhancements and new features that will make paying and viewing your tax and utility bills online with City of Brockton more convenient and helpful. Customers may register to receive…Read More

Champion Plan – Leap into Recovery

The Champion Plan launches February 29, 2016. Walk into the Brockton Police Department and get Access to Treatment for a Substance Use Disorder. Sundays Closed Mondays 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM Tuesdays 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM Wednesdays 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM Thursdays 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM Fridays 9:00 AM until 7:30 PM…Read More

MassDevelopment selects Brockton for a TDI Fellow

MassDevelopment selects Brockton for a TDI Fellow. The three year engagement will bring a mid-career Fellow to Brockton to implement the Downtown Action Strategy and Urban Revitalization Plan. “This is great news for the City of Brockton, it shows that MassDevelopment and the real estate development community takes us seriously, that we have an actionable…Read More

Brockton Champion Model

Mayor Carpenter and other partners have been working on the implementation of a program to launch in January where individuals with Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) can walk into a Brockton Fire or Police Station and get help into treatment after being transported to a comfortable location (TBD). We are working diligently on the details, but…Read More