Adams Green Gets Underway

Adams Green Gets Underway

Wider Sidewalks, Safer Crosswalks, Smarter Traffic Pattern

Adams Green traffic improvements will start with the demolition of traffic islands in the areas encircling the First Parish Church – on Washington Street, Temple Street, and Coddington Street. 

Hancock Cemetery Restoration

Hancock Cemetery Restoration

Historic Gravestones Protected, Preserved, and Repaired

Mayor Thomas Koch and Planning Director Dennis Harrington formally kicked off the first major preservation project the historic Hancock Cemtery in many years that will see some 260 grave markers restored. 

New FEMA Update

New FEMA Update

Latest Information On Federal Flood Map/Insurance

Major Faxon Park Upgades Continue

City/State Partner For Playground Overhaul

10 Updated Things To Know About Quincy Center

10 Updated Things To Know About Quincy Center

From next steps, to what's been done, to the protections for the City, here's what you need to know about Quincy's downtown revitilization plan. 

New Sterling Gets Vital State Vote

New Sterling Gets Vital State Vote

Moving forward on next major school project

Mayor Thomas Koch and Superintendent Richard DeCristofaro met Wednesday with members of the Massachusetts School Building Authority, which issued a critical preliminary vote that will begin formal planning for a Sterling Middle School project.

 

 

Boathouse Donation Spurs Quincy Point Park Rebirth

Boathouse Donation Spurs Quincy Point Park Rebirth

Jay Cashman and City in Partnership

The donation of a historic Coast Guard boathouse to the City by Quincy native and business leader Jay Cashman will form the centerpiece of a major public-private partnership that will dramatically improve a fledgling rowing program and community boating for the City’s young people.

 

Mayor Koch Appoints 15 Patrol Officers

Mayor Koch Appoints 15 Patrol Officers

Police ranks now at highest level in years.

Mayor Thomas Koch today appointed 15 new police officers in an addition aimed at  expanding the Quincy Police Department’s day-to-day ability to dedicate public safety resources where they are needed across the City.

 

February Full of events at Crane Library Children's Room

February Full of events at Crane Library Children's Room

Mayor Koch Focuses On City's People At Inaugural

Mayor Koch Focuses On City's People At Inaugural

Speech highlights Quincy's "human capital"

Mayor Thomas P. Koch was inaugurated to his fourth term in office during a ceremony at the new Central Middle School on Monday, using his Inaugural Address to discuss the people and groups that are the "granite foundation of our community." 

 

Winter Is Here

Winter Is Here

Remember Snow Parking Rules

Mayor Unveils NQHS Campus Plan

Mayor Unveils NQHS Campus Plan

New Teel Field As Centerpiece

Mayor Thomas Koch unveiled a North Quincy High School campus expansion proposal that will see a rebuilt Teel Field become the centerpiece outdoor athletic facility in the northern portion of the City.

Police Add New SUV Cruisers

Police Add New SUV Cruisers

The Quincy Police Department is changing out its fleet of police cruisers with a newly styled Ford SUV that will make for better driving during winter months, officials said.

Historic City Hall Restoration Begins

Historic City Hall Restoration Begins

It is likely the oldest functioning City Hall in America, and starting September 23,  it will undergo an extensive renovation aimed at restoring it to its orginal stature and preserving it for future generations. Mayor Koch's restoration plan for the 1844 building includes renovations to the granite structure's facade and roof as well as a total overhaul of its long-deteriorating interior.

CPA Funds 21 Projects This Year

Mayor Thomas Koch announced today that 21 projects, ranging from park improvements to historic renovations, will be underway this year thanks to funding through the Community Preservation Act.