For most residents, traveling downtown to Boston City Hall can be a long way to go. Boston is, after all, a city that stretches across nearly 50 square miles. Many people need a personal interaction to get direct services, ask a question or get information, so Boston is continuing to take City Hall to the neighborhoods during the month of February. Important services where and when you need them!
The BYCF Condon Community Center is scheduled to host the “City Hall To Go” Truck on the fourth Thursday of this month. The next stop here in the Condon Lobby is Thursday, Feb. 25, from 3 to 6 p.m. All Boston residents are welcome.
Some of the many services available are: pay a parking ticket, dispute a parking ticket, apply for residential parking permit, request a birth, death, or marriage certificate, get an e-library card, pre-register for school, pay property taxes, get a dog license, notary, register to vote, file personal exemptions, sign-up for snow and street cleaning alerts, register for summer jobs, First Night buttons and much, much more.
Please note that the vehicle does not take cash payments. All requests for official documents will be processed promptly. Birth, marriage, death, and residency certificates, and parking permits will be mailed.
For complete information, visit cityofboston.gov/cityhalltogo.