Brockton News

List of owners of Abandoned Checks

The City of Brockton has produced a list of the names of persons appearing to be owners of checks issued by the Coty of Brockton, which have not been cashed and are deemed abandoned. Owners of checks issued by the City of Brockton that are deemed abandoned Please address all inquiries in writing no later…Read More

Special Hearing on Tax Rates

There will be a Special Meeting for determining the percentages of the local tax levy for FY2022 on November 22, 2021 at 6:00 PM in Council Chambers at City Hall. Event Calendar Listing FY2022 Tax Rate ClassificationRead More

Yard Waste

Yard Waste will be collected every week  through December 17. Please place yard waste curbside in paper bags or 32 gallon barrels weighing less than 50 pounds. Sticks and branches less than 3 feet long and less than 3 inches thick may be tied in bundles weighing less than 50 pounds for collection. During times…Read More

National Grid Statement

National Grid is continuing to respond to outages and restore power to our customers and communities across Massachusetts. As of 10 a.m. today, we have restored over 444,000 customers across New England, and are doing everything we can to connect the remaining customers. We have 3,665 field-based personnel as part of our emergency response operations…Read More

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

American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Public Input Survey

The funding afforded to the City of Brockton through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to invest in our community. As a result, it is imperative that those in the community have the opportunity to make their voices heard on potential uses of funding. The City of Brockton is seeking your…Read More

The Diversity & Inclusion Mural scheduled for October 10 has been Postponed

The Diversity and Inclusion Mural @ the Howard School 837 North Main Street, Brockton, MA has been POSTPONED. The new Mural Date has yet to be determined.  Please stay tuned for further notification from the Brockton Public School Department. We apologize for any inconvenience, and look forward to painting this mural with you soon!Read More

Join the Planning Board or Conservation Commission

The City of Brockton is encouraging residents to apply to join both the Conservation Commission and the Planning Board! Information on duties and requirements is in the flyer below. Please send an email with your cover letter and resume to Brady Winsten ([email protected]). Thank you!Read More

Scheduled Streets for Reconstruction Work

City of Brockton Upcoming Streets Scheduled for Reconstruction Work Please be advised that the following is the list of streets scheduled to be worked on this fall:   Newbury Street (from West Elm St. to Spring St.) Brookville Avenue North Bassett Road Lincoln Street Liberty Street Dudley Ave & Blueberry Circle Addison Avenue Ames Street…Read More

Mayor’s Mask Mandate

As of Monday, August 2nd, masks and/or face coverings are once again required by both employees and visitors at all City buildings. The Mayor has reinstated the mask mandate at all City buildings in an effort to minimize and mitigate the spread of the virus and the new Delta variant. To view the Mayor's letter…Read More