Intergovernmental Relations

Intergovernmental Relations coordinates the City's dealings with the federal, state, and other local governments, seeking to foster constructive links between the City and these entities. The department keeps the Mayor informed about intergovernmental issues and assists him in representing the City's interests in these matters. In addition, the office serves as a liaison between the Administration and the Boston City Council.

Taxi Advisory Committee

Mayor Walsh’s Taxi Advisory Committee is an appointed group of over twenty individuals comprised of industry and government stakeholders, charged with analyzing, assessing, and adjusting the City of Boston’s current rules, regulations and policies related to transportation-for-hire services. The Committee will seek suggestions from the taxi industry, stakeholder groups, and members of the public to develop a new policy on how the City operates with a diverse and innovative for-hire transportation economy.

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  • Council on Government Ethics Laws Conference Breakfast
    Mayor Walsh offers welcoming remarks at the 37th Annual Council on Government Ethics Laws (COGEL) Conference at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel. Watch Video »
  • Greater Boston Regional Economic Compact Signing
    At Quincy City Hall, Mayor Walsh signs the Greater Boston Regional Economic Compact, joining forces with Quincy, Somerville, Cambridge, Braintree, and Chelsea to take on similar challenges that all six cities are facing.Watch Video »

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