On October 15, the City of Boston will host the next event in its “Chief Chat” series aboard the City Hall To Go Truck. City Hall to Go is a mobile office, which offers many city services to Boston residents in their local neighborhoods, including resident parking permits, voter registrations, and recycling stickers, among others. The program now offers 47 different city services across a number of City departments, and continues to grow and maximize outreach to Boston’s residents. Since its inception, the City Hall To Go program has participated in neighborhood events, developed a weekly schedule, and provided constituents with an easier way to conduct city business. For more information about City Hall to Go, visit http://www.cityofboston.gov/cityhalltogo/.
WHO: William “Buddy” Christopher, Inspectional Services Commissioner
WHAT: “Chief Chat,” during which residents can raise concerns and ask questions of City of Boston officials
WHEN: Wednesday, October 15, 4:00PM – 7:00PM
WHERE: Hanover & Prince Street, North End