Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced a new feature in the City of Boston’s City Hall To Go truck: “Chief Chats,” a time designated for City officials to answer questions and address concerns of Boston residents.
Felix Arroyo, Chief of Health and Human Services, will appear the following week on June 21st in Hyde/Jackson Square in Jamaica Plain.
“City Hall To Go is one of many programs that the City of Boston has created that encourages participatory democracy,” said Mayor Walsh. “With the truck in the community, residents will be able to engage directly with members of my Administration, and to reach necessary city services in a convenient and local access point.”
Since City Hall To Go has been on the road, the program has participated in neighborhood events, developed a weekly schedule, and provided constituents with an easier way to conduct city business. The program has expanded to offering 47 different city services, which involve every department within
the City of Boston, including joint efforts with the Department of Animal Care & Control, Parks and Recreation, and the Office of Emergency Management. The program will continue to grow, evolve, and serve as an effective way to maximize outreach to Boston’s residents.
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