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Mayor Brodeur Opposes MBTA Cuts

                                                                                                 November 9, 2020 VIA FIRST-CLASS MAIL and... more ››

City waives fees for liquor license holders; cites impacts of Covid

The Melrose Liquor Licensing Commission voted Nov. 3 to waive 2021 renewal fees for licenses, which regulate the sale of alcohol at dining... more ››

Baker-Polito Administration Announces Targeted Measures To Curb Rising COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations

BOSTON — Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced a series of targeted measures to disrupt the increasing trend of new COVID-19... more ››

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Election Day is Tomorrow! Nov. 3 -- All voting will take place at the Middle School Gymnasium Complex

For all Melrose Voters choosing to vote in-person on Election Day, voting will take place in the... more ››

Melrose University

Are you a college student stuck at home because of Covid-19? Tired of having to try to find space at home where you can study in peace?... more ››

Melrose Makes Event - Saturday, November 7th from 11AM to 2PM!

Mayor Paul Brodeur is thrilled to invite the community to a socially-distant celebration of public art in Melrose!

Early Voting for November 3 Presidential Election Begins Oct. 17

Early Voting for November 3 Presidential Election Begins Oct. 17Registered Melrose voters can once again participate in... more ››

Melrose Community Power

Ambitious Campaign for Clean Energy Relaunched

 Melrose’s Community Electricity Aggregation Relaunches as Melrose Community PowerNew name and logo... more ››

What will Melrose look like in 30 years?

Imagine it’s 2050 and Melrose has reached its goal to be Net Zero. What does it look like? All (or most) of our buildings, homes, and... more ››

Artist Painting a Mural

City of Melrose Announces Artists Selected for Public Art Projects

Photo Credit: Silvia López Chavez 

Need School Supplies? Let us know!

The pandemic has had significant negative financial impacts on families throughout Massachusetts as well as here in Melrose. The start of... more ››

City Hall Open to public for limited hours 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

 Health Dept is open to the public from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. Enter via the lower level door on Main Street and check-in with the Greeter.... more ››

September 1 Primary Unofficial Results

Melrose voters cast ballots in record numbers at Tuesday's primaries. ... more ››

City, Schools offer Educators, Staff Free Testing

We are so excited to welcome our educators and staff back to school in the coming days. The Melrose Public Schools and the City of Melrose... more ››

Mayor Addresses July 8 Message Board Incident

Statement of Mayor Paul BrodeurJuly 8, 2020 MPD Message Board Incident 

August 13 Update This is Mayor Brodeur.

Video Update for August 5

This is Mayor Brodeur.

Honoring Our Wounded and Fallen on Purple Heart Day

Purple Heart Day is observed on August 7 each year and is a time for Americans to pause to remember and honor the brave men and women who... more ››