Inspired by food trucks, our bright and friendly mobile City Hall truck is about serving city residents where they live, work and play. City Hall To Go will visit Boston’s neighborhoods throughout the year and offer a select menu of city services directly to constituents. The truck may also be a feature at special events, block parties and street festivals, and provide seasonal services as resident needs shift throughout the year.
For most residents, City Hall, Citizens Connect and cityofboston.gov are and will remain the frontline of city service. But for some, travelling downtown to City Hall can be a long way to go. Boston is, after all, a city that stretches across nearly fifty square miles. Still, many people want or need a personal interaction to get direct services, ask a question or get information, so the City of Boston is taking City Hall to them.
The City Hall To Go truck will be visiting neighborhoods beginning in 2012. Staff will be connecting with residents and gathering input on the types of services Bostonians want the truck to offer. If you have ideas for the City Hall To Go truck, please share them through our brief survey or visit the truck when it’s in your neighborhood.
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The City Hall To Go truck design was inspired by Boston’s diverse neighborhoods. The map encircling the truck takes a viewer from west to east, along actual city streets, while the skyline celebrates Boston’s thriving urban center.
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