Hurricane Sandy Storm Update


Boston Public Schools: Closed on Monday October 29, 2020

Boston City Hall: Open for essential employees only. Non-essential employees are asked to stay home. 

Community Centers: Curtis Hall, Hyde Park, Paris Street and Tobin are open Monday October 29, 2020 from 7:30AM-6PM. Other BCYF centers will open only in the event of an emergency. 

Boston Public Libraries: Closed on Monday October 29, 2020 

Trash & Recycling: Collection will begin at 5AM. If you can hold items until your next scheduled day, please do so. Avoid placing out barrels or bins; instead please double trash bag for collection.

MBTA: All service will be suspended as of 2PM Monday October 29, 2020. Please visit or call 617-222-3200 for more information. 

Hubway: All service will be suspended as of 10AM until further notice. Please for more information. 

Parking: Daytime posted neighborhood street sweeping cancelled Monday October 29, 2020.  

All normal parking regulations remain in effect.

Reporting Issues: For storm related issues including reports of flooding, down trees or power lines, please call the Mayor’s 24-Hour Hotline at 617-635-4500.  
Emergencies: Please call 911.


Batten down the hatches - Superstorm Sandy is headed our way

Boston Public Schools will be closed Monday, and non-essential employees will be asked to remain home from City offices. The Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF) Curtis Hall, Hyde Park, Paris Street and Tobin Community Centers will be open tomorrow from 7:30AM to 6PM to provide a safe and secure location for parents to bring their children in light of the BPS closure. Other BCYF centers will open only in the event of an emergency that necessitates it. More details here:

The Mayor’s 24-Hour Hotline at 617-635-4500 is managing requests related to the storm including downed trees and power lines; follow @notifyboston for updates.