Fall River, MA

Fall River, MA

Fall River joined the Cities of Service coalition in 2010; Mayor Jasiel F. Correia II has continued the city's commitment to using service as a strategy for local improvement. Currently, Fall River is focusing on neighborhood revitalization; each year, with the assistance and participation of volunteers, the Mayor's Office coordinates efforts to clean the city. As a result, throughout the Fall River community, residents of all ages join forces with both public and private entities to beautify neighborhoods, clean parks and playgrounds and improve the quality of life for all. 

For more information, visit fallriverma.org or follow Mayor Correia II on Facebook.

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Neighborhood Revitalization

Love Your Block

Love Your Block was first implemented in Fall River, Massachusetts in 2013 as part of the city’s high-impact service initiative. To limit replication of key resources requested by neighborhoods, the city created a mobile tool library and an urban tree farm. The mobile tool library delivered tools and other cleanup supplies to neighborhoods when they were needed for revitalization projects; neighborhoods then returned the tools to the city when projects were completed. 

The City of Fall River has partnered with neighborhood associations, civic organizations, the Fall River Park Advocates, Greater Fall River Re-Creation and many other partners to beautify the city. Various cleanup efforts take place throughout the year, and  the spring citywide cleanup has grown to attract over one thousand committed volunteers.

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