Brockton News

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

Updated City Ordinances

Attached are the updates for the fees listed in the city ordinances.  Please use this as a reference until the new forms are available. Updated City OrdinancesRead More

Ralsco Park Legal Notice

Final Notice and Public Explanation of a Proposed Activity in a 100-Year Floodplain; Notice of Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds Ralsco Park, 389 Warren Avenue, Brockton, MA These notices shall satisfy three separate but related procedural requirements for activities to be undertaken by the Brockton Redevelopment…Read More

Good Samaritan Medical Center shares National Poison Prevention Alerts

In recognition of the close of National Poison Prevention Week, Good Samaritan Medical Center has compiled a list of the top five poison alerts communities should be on the lookout for. “Most people think of poisonings as something dramatic involving a toxic substance ingested accidentally,” said Dr. Rick Herman, Chair of the Emergency Department at…Read More

Brockton Electric Plant Settlement Agreement

Attached you will find the documents of the agreement between Brockton Electric Plant and the City of Brockton. Agreement for the Sale of AWRF Effluent Settlement Agreement Council Letter Compliance Document Watch the Mayor's Press Conference about the agreement on YouTubeRead More

Gateway to College at Massasoit

Massasoit Community College is offering a Gateway to College for those between 16 and 21 that have not or think they will not graduate from High School. Call 508.588.9100 x 1691 to apply, or go to See the attached document for more information:  Gateway to College FlyerRead More

Opioid Addiction Information

Opioid Addiction/Good Samaritan Video Mayor's Opioid Overdose Prevention CoalitionRead More