Brockton News

How to report potential hazards

How to Report Potential Hazards in Brockton’s Public Spaces RESIDENTS SHOULD NEVER ATTEMPT TO HANDLE POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS ITEMS ON THEIR OWN. USE THE INFORMATION BELOW TO PROPERLY REPORT ANYTHING THAT REQUIRES IMMEDIATE REMOVAL. Did you stumble across an item that may be dangerous? Do not touch it. Use this list to report it to the…Read More

Traffic Updates

Get up-to-the-minute traffic information, including road closures in Brockton, on the Waze app! The City of Brockton has partnered with Waze to bring you the latest traffic updates.Read More

Free COVID-19 Test Kits Available

As COVID-19 diagnoses are on the rise, we need to remain diligent with testing to avoid spreading the virus. You may get four free at-home test kits at You may also get free test kits at Brockton City Hall 8:30-4:30 Monday through Friday. Call 508-580-7123 for more information.Read More

Public Safety Building Construction Update October 2, 2023

The careful and meticulous process of clearing the new Public Safety Building site is nearing the end. If you drive by the West Elm Street façade, you will see that the remaining elements of the old Brockton High School’s front entrance have been covered up, keeping them safe to remain in place while the new…Read More

Frontier League Baseball

The Frontier League announced today that its Board of Directors has issued membership for a new team that will play at Campanelli Stadium in Brockton beginning with the upcoming 2024 season.Read More

Snow Plowing

The City of Brockton is actively looking for more contractors to help us for the upcoming plowing season. See the updated Snow and Ice Control Agreement listed below for more information. SNOW REMOVAL CONTRACT (NEW RATES 11-1-23)Read More


The City’s trash hauler, Republic Services, informed us late last evening that due to excessively contaminated recycling loads, Casella and Waste Management will no longer accept contaminated recycling from the City of Brockton at their facilities. This could have a severe impact on the City as there is no other destination to dump the city's…Read More

“Our Brockton” Features the City’s Social Services

Watch the 46th episode of “Our Brockton” to see how Mayor Robert Sullivan’s Director of Social Services Jazmine Bradsher works with Father Bill’s and Mainspring’s Senior Program Director John Lanham and Housing Resource Center Director Joshua Brown to support our most vulnerable citizens. More

Digital Access Survey

Mayor Robert Sullivan is seeking the community's input regarding your experience with digital access.  Digital access for all residents of Massachusetts, particularly those disproportionately impacted, is imperative. We invite you to take 5 minutes to share your voice, experience and needs related to digital access through the Digital Equity Survey here.Read More

Annual Water Quality Report

The Annual Water Quality Report for the City of Brockton can be found here: Annual Water Quality ReportRead More