New Pedestrian Safety Signals in Quincy Center

New Pedestrian Safety Signals in Quincy Center

Federal Standard Implemented As Part of Adams Hancock Green

Permanent Quincy Center Change, Friday, June 24

Permanent Quincy Center Change, Friday, June 24

Switch-over work will require detours starting at 9 p.m. Friday

The permanent transformation of traffic patterns in Quincy Center – eliminating four lanes of traffic in front of the historic Church of the Presidents – will take place beginning at 9 p.m. on Friday, June 24

Get Your Bricks!

First set of Walk of Names pick-up days on June 22, 24, and 25

With a new Walk of Names returning to City Hall as part of the Hancock-Adams Green project, original engraved bricks will be available for pick-up at Park Department Headquarters at 1 Merrymount Parkway on the following days:

Quincy Rocks!

Quincy Rocks!

Free Concert on June 24

Proposed Urban Redevelopment Plan Update

Revised framework for next steps in downtown development

A copy of the latest amendment to the City's Urban Revitilzation and Development Plan is available. It creates the framework for the next set of potential major redevelopment projects in Quincy Center, with a focus on the Hancok Parking Lot. 

2017 Budget Book

2017 Budget Book

Ross Garage Closes May 23

Coming Soon: Presidents No Longer In Traffic Pattern

Coming Soon: Presidents No Longer In Traffic Pattern

Adams Green Traffic Changes Set For Spring


Quincy Center Update

New signal at intersection of Hancock and Quincy Center T station set to go live

The new traffic signals installed at the insersection of Hancock Street and the Quincy Center MBTA driveway are scheduled to be fully functional during the week of March 

National Grid selects Quincy for Community Energy Efficiency Initiative

National Grid selects Quincy for Community Energy Efficiency Initiative

Mayor Koch Announces Quincy Saves Program

To boost home energy efficiency, Mayor Koch announced the City’s new Quincy Saves program, to encourage residents to take measures to reduce the electricity and natural gas used in your homes, while reducing drafts, energy bills and the possibility of ice dams in the winter. 

2016 Property Tax Information

2016  Property Tax Information

West of Chestnut Update

West of Chestnut Update

Contractor Launches Project Website

Mayor, Developers Announce 3 Downtown Projects

Mayor, Developers Announce 3 Downtown Projects

High-rise, hotel, and condos planned as next phase

Mayor Thomas Koch joined with three developers today to announce a proposed 15-story residential tower, a hotel, and a luxury condominium building that will anchor the next step of Quincy Center redevelopment.

City Receives $5.3 Million West Quincy Flood Relief Grant

City Receives $5.3 Million West Quincy Flood Relief Grant

Part of Mayor's Ongoing Flood Protection Capital Plan

QUINCY – Congressman Stephen F. Lynch and Mayor Thomas P. Koch today announced a $5.3 million federal grant to pay for a new flood-protection pump station in a West Quincy neighborhood with a decades-long history of severe flooding when the Furnace Brook overflows.