MAPC to Host Public Forum on Quincy Housing Goals

MAPC to Host Public Forum on Quincy Housing Goals

On Wednesday, July 8th from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at the Central Middle School Cafeteria, 875 Hancock Street, the Metropolitan Area Planning Council will be seeking the public’s input to better understand local housing issues and establish housing goals for the City of Quincy.

Register to Vote Online

Register to vote online at https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ovr

Adams Green/Downtown Construction Update

Scheduled Work for Week of June 29

Farmers' Market Open

Farmers' Market Open

The 33rd annual Quincy Farmers' Market will be open on Fridays 11:30-5:30, June 26 - November 20, rain or shine.

Located at the John Hancock Municipal Parking Lot on Chestnut St and Hannon Parkway

Adams Green/Downtown Construction Update

Work Schedule for Week of May 31

The May 31 work schedule for the Adams Green project and other downtown-related projects can be found here. 

Proposed FEMA Flood Maps Now Available Online

Workshop Meeting May 27

A digital version of proposed FEMA flood maps is now available via the City's GIS Property Viewer here.  Under the maps tab, use the "thematic overlay" menu, select "2015 proposed flood maps" to view the redrawn maps.

 

Adams Green Update

Scheduled work for week of May 3

West of Chestnut Update

West of Chestnut Update

Contractor Launches Project Website

Adams Green/Downtown Construction Update

Work Schedule for Week of May 10

FEMA Map Update

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.

2015 Property Tax Information

2015 Property Tax Information