Edward M. Augustus, Jr., City Manager
Welcome to the City of Worcester! Our vision is to be the country's most vibrant and livable mid-size city. Each and every day, there are four goals my administration keeps in mind in every decision we make:
Using these benchmarks, we provide efficient and effective municipal services to the residents of Worcester in a customer-friendly, transparent and inclusive environment while working to improve the quality of life of all by creating a thriving, vibrant, and safe place to live, work, play, and study.
A memorial honoring fallen Worcester firefighter Christopher Roy will be unveiled on Monday, December 9 at 6 p.m. at the Webster Square Fire Station.
Posted: Friday 12/06/19
City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. has announced that David M. Moore will retire as City Solicitor.
Posted: Wednesday 12/04/19
A Declared Winter Parking Ban has been lifted as of 6 p.m. on December 4.
Posted: Monday 12/02/19
When: Saturday 12/07/19 1:00 PM
Where: Worcester Common Oval, 455 Main Street
When: Sunday 12/08/19 9:00 AM
Where: Union Station, 2 Washington Square
When: Monday 12/09/19 10:00 AM
Where: Worcester Senior Center, 128 Providence Street
When: Monday 12/09/19 5:30 PM
Where: City Hall, Levi Lincoln Chamber, 455 Main Street
When: Monday 12/09/19 6:00 PM
Where: City Hall, Esther Howland Chamber, 455 Main Street
Investing in Education
The City of Worcester is committed to improving public schools' infrastructure to help students with their goal of academic excellence. With two major school construction projects in the works and others recently completed, we are dedicated to advancing Worcester's future.
Youth Violence Prevention Initiative
The Worcester Youth Violence Prevention Initiative (WYVPI) is the City's response to address youth violence comprehensively, holistically and collectively.
After ailing for decades, the heart of the Commonwealth arises with a strong, steady beat. The Red Sox minor league team is moving to town. Airlines are back at the City's once-empty airport. Boston workers are moving an hour away from their jobs as they discover Worcester's real estate bargains, restaurants and nightlife. At long last, it's safe to say this rusted old industrial city has a new luster.
City Hall Room 306
455 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.