The mission of the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Building is to provide the city with a commemorative monument to the patriotism of service men and women from Melrose who died for their country. It is also a cultural center for the community. It continues for the usage of meetings of the veterans and for commemorative ceremonies marking certain dates in the history of the Veterans of the United States as well as inaugural ceremonies for the city of Melrose.
Amid rising COVID-19 cases across the state, Mayor Paul Brodeur announced that masks will be required in all municipal buildings beginning Monday, August 16th. Masks must be worn by all employees and visitors. This mandate follows the CDC guidance that individuals should mask in public indoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status, in areas with “substantial” or “high” transmission. Middlesex county is an area with substantial transmission. Municipal buildings include: City Hall, 562 Main St., the City Yard, 72 Tremont St., the Council on Aging, 235 W Foster St, the Fire Department, 576 Main St., Memorial Hall, 590 Main St., Melrose Public Library 56 W. Foster St. and the Police Department, 56 W Foster St.
Please contact the Executive Director of Memorial Hall for details and rental information
|Kathy Pigott-Brodeur||Executive Director||(781) 979-4185|