From voting to planting at a community garden, there are dozens of ways to get involved and better your community.
Attend a meeting and find out how government works first-hand. Meetings are held at Boston City Hall. You can also watch live online.Watch a hearing
Neighborhoods across the City boast community gardens and plots of every size.
Neighborhood Crime Watch
Address problems across the City through partnerships with police and other agencies.
Opportunities for older people
We can connect you to a variety of volunteer opportunities based on your interests, location, and preferred time commitment.
The Mayor’s Office of Civic Organizing hosts annual Love Your Block cleanups and offers mini-grants for beautification projects. We also support year-round cleanups by lending tools and coordinating City services.Love Your Block cleanups Civic Organizing Services
These groups connect volunteers with opportunities throughout Boston.
Let us know what matters to you.
SPARK Boston is made up of engaged and active young adults who want Boston to be the best place possible for 20-34 year olds.Spark Boston
The best way to have your voice heard in government is to actively vote.
Register to vote in upcoming Massachusetts elections, or make changes to your party enrollment, name, address, and more.
Enter your residential address and a city or town in Massachusetts to find your polling location.
Poll workers staff the City’s 255 precincts on Election Day.
City Hall to Go Truck
We’re bringing City Hall to your neighborhood with our bright and friendly mobile City Hall truck! City Hall on the Go will visit Boston’s neighborhoods throughout the year. We offer a select menu of City services directly to constituents.City Hall to Go Truck