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July 13, 2018
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Bulky Item Trash Pickup is Now ‘Stickerless’

Effective as of Monday, July  9, residents no longer need to visit the Inspectional Service Department during City Hall hours to schedule a trash pickup for their “bulky items.”

Traditionally, city ordinance requires stickers to be purchased in advance for the removal of bulky items such as mattresses, furniture and other enumerated items. Residents no longer will need a sticker to have items picked up and can now schedule the pickup online at www.revere.org/permitting.

Residents can go the city web site and after creating an account, navigate to “Apply for a Permit” with the type “Bulk Item Pickup.” After completing the application, residents will receive an email with a date and time the items will be picked up.

Applications must be completed by 2 p.m. the day before a Tuesday through Friday pickup, or 10 a.m. on Friday for a Monday pickup. Otherwise your items may be scheduled for the following week.

For residents who do not have access to a computer or smart phone, applications can be submitted in-person at Inspectional Service’s computer kiosk located on 249R Broadway. The Mayor’s 311 Constituent Services is ready to answer any questions residents may have as the City transitions to this “stickerless” program.

 

Members Only Sand Sculpture Bike Ride July 21

Join the Bike to the Sea on a ride from Malden to Revere Beach members only ride.
If you are not a member, you can become one. (see contact info below)
Ride is limited to 25 participants.

Pre-registration is required.
Deadline for registration is July 15. The ride will start at ll a.m. on July 21.Additional ride details will be communicated via email prior to event date.
Rain Date Sunday, July 22
For more information

Contact:

Jay Cobau, 339-224-2448
jay@biketothesea.com,

http://reverebeachpartnership.com/sand-sculpting-festival/.

 

MASSPORT AIRPLANE NOISE COMPLAINT LINE

Residents who are being disturbed by airplane noise are encouraged to call the MassPort Noise Hotline 24 hours a day. The phone number is (617) 561-3333.

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