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Welcome to the official website for the City of Worcester, MA - the great city in the heart of the Commonwealth and New England. Worcester has transformed itself into a progressive and vibrant city with an active diverse culture, multi-billion dollar public/private investment, a robust healthcare and biotechnology industry and nationally recognized colleges and universities. Worcester is a smart choice...

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myWorcester E-Citizen Crowdsourcing LogoCity of Worcester's Online Crowdsourcing! Food trucks and mobile food vendors have gained popularity nationwide and we would like your input. Our new myWorcester website provides the chance to participate in an online Crowdsourcing discussion. Now is your chance to lend your opinion on Worcester's mobile food choices! Visit myworcester.worcesterma.gov today to get involved!

Recreation Worcester is a free summer program for youth ages 7-13. It includes five weeks of free, supervised, drop-in recreation programs at 11 parks across the City. Learn More...

Construction Activity - Week of August 3rd - The Department of Public Works & Parks (DPW&P) advises motorists that there will be traffic delays at the following locations where resurfacing or sewer related construction activity will take place during the week of August 3, 2015. Full story...

Clean Living Forum to be Held August 5th - The month of August is typically the worst time of year in Central Massachusetts for opioid overdoses. As part of its efforts to fight this summer spike, the City of Worcester is partnering with the Worcester Bravehearts, Saint Vincent Hospital and Spectrum Health Systems for a day of discussion focused on opioid addiction, treatment and the many paths to recovery. Full story...

Find Your Local Neighborhood Watch Meeting - Did you know that Worcester has 52 neighborhood watch meetings across the City? Full story...

City Manager Augustus Names Deputy Chief to Replace Retiring Fire Chief Dio - City Manager Edward Augustus today announced that Deputy Chief Geoffrey Gardell will assume command of the Worcester Fire Department when longtime Chief Gerard Dio retires on August 15th. Full story...

Construction Activity - Week of July 27th - The Department of Public Works & Parks (DPW&P) advises motorists that there will be traffic delays at the following locations where resurfacing or sewer related construction activity will take place during the week of July 27, 2015. Full story...

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