Whether you’re looking to move here or start a new business, here are some city resources to help you.

311 is an easy-to-remember telephone number that connects you with highly-trained Constituent Service Center representatives who are ready to help you with requests for non-emergency City services and information.

For more information please visit: 24-HR Mayor’s Hotline – Boston 311

The City of Boston website that provides the Assessing Online application which brings direct access for taxpayers, homeowners, real estate and legal professionals as well as business owners to property parcel data including assessed value, location, ownership and tax information for each piece of property in the city.

For more information please visit:

Have questions about specific business matters? We can provide answers about permitting and licensing in Boston, or about developing your business plan, or selecting a location, or other critical business-related matters. Our experts will repond to your inquiry quickly and confidentially.

For more information please visit: Boston Business Hub

Get to know Boston’s unique neighborhoods through overviews, development projects, planning initiatives, events, research, news, and more.

For more information please visit: South Boston Waterfront

The Office of the City Clerk serves as an important link to residents, visitors and to municipal government providing services essential to the day-to-day needs of the general public and city agencies.

For more information please visit: City Clerk’s Office Website

The Boston City Council is the Legislative body of the City, the City Council serves as the link between the citizens of Boston and their municipal government.

For more information please visit:Boston City Council Directory
As Boston’s first citywide plan in 50 years, Imagine Boston 2030 will create a framework to preserve and enhance Boston, while embracing growth as a means to address our challenges and make the city stronger and more inclusive.

For more information please visit:Imagine Boston 2030

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) is the municipal preservation agency for Boston’s historic buildings, places, and neighborhoods.

For more information please visit:City of Boston Landmarks Commission

The Office of the Parking Clerk (OPC) is responsible for the collection and adjudication of fines and fees resulting from the issuance of parking tickets. OPC is also responsible for the development and maintenance of the Resident Permit Parking Program. This program is designed to give residents a better chance of finding on-street parking in their own neighborhoods.

For more information please visit:Office of the Parking Clerk

Neighborhood liaisons, members of the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services (ONS), facilitate the delivery of services in collaboration with city departments and serve as a primary contact for constituents to communicate with the Mayor’s Office.

For more information please visit:South Boston Neighborhood Liaison