Malden Superintendent of Schools John Oteri is pleased to report that Malden High School has signed an agreement with Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc., Merit Apprenticeship Program, to offer pre-apprentice and leadership training. ...Read More
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As communities across the nation celebrate National Community Development Week, April 2-6, the City of Malden is preparing another year of projects funded under the Community Development Block Grant program. Mayor Gary Christenson is expected to...Read More
Mayor Gary Christenson, City Councillor-At-Large Debbie DeMaria, City Councillor Ryan O’Malley and Chamber of Commerce Director Joan Ford Mongeau recently welcomed Closet Connection to 173 Pleasant Street. Originally opened in South Boston in...Read More
The authentic flavors and sounds of Mexico have made their way to 375 Main Street to the site of the former Fu Loon Restaurant. Mayor Gary Christenson, City Councillor Ryan O’Malley and new Chamber of Commerce Director Joan Ford Mongeau sampled...Read More
Two Malden students were recently recognized for accomplishments by the Malden School Committee. Alexander Vasquez, a Kindergartener at Ferryway School collected $1,310 for the Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart fundraising event sponsored...Read More
Mayor Gary Christenson recently met with Malden brothers Harrison “Harry” (12) and Heath (8) Bennett to commend them on the success of their nonprofit, Bennett Brothers Balm and to congratulate Harry on his recent win of the Prudential Spirit of...Read More
In celebration of their sixth anniversary, Malden business My Little Best Friends pre-kindergarten students sang songs for Mayor Gary Christenson and read to him. My Little Best Friends, located at 384 Main Street, provides multi-lingual...Read More
On March 13th the City Council will host its first off-site Committee of the Whole Meeting in the “Great Room” of the former Masonic Building, located directly across the street from MATV at 126-150 Pleasant...Read More
Mayor Gary Christenson is reaching out to Malden residents in an effort to fill the vacancy of associate member of the Planning Board. The nine-member Planning Board is the primary special permit granting authority under the City's zoning...Read More
Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended the Grand Opening Celebration of Beacon Sales located at 197 Commercial Street. Beacon Sales, established in 1928, is a distributor of residential and commercial roofing and exterior building materials...Read More
Mayor Christenson’s 2018 Summer Youth Employment Program application process begins on Wednesday, February 28th! Applications must be filled out online on the City of Malden website under “employment” beginning Wednesday,...Read More
Please take notice that municipal offices in City Hall will close Monday, February 19th for the President's Day holiday.
Please note that February 19th-23rd is Malden Public School's February vacation week!
Continuing the on-going efforts to restore the streets that were disturbed by waterworks improvements in locations across the City between 2011 and 2015, construction on streets included in the 2018 Roadway Improvement Program is...Read More
Elie and Jean Pierre El Hachem and their family waited 11 years to obtain green cards and immigrate to this country where their parents wanted them to complete their educations and gain meaningful employment. The two young men supported...Read More
Mayor Gary Christenson and Ward 4 City Councillor Ryan O’Malley congratulated Malden business Pho Bistro on winning their second Best of Boston Award. The downtown Malden eatery which serves a wide variety of pho and other Vietnamese specialties...Read More
Please take notice that municipal offices in City Hall will close Monday, January 15th for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday.
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Mayor Gary Christenson will hold his second “City of Malden Live” quarterly meeting on Thursday, January 18th from 6-8 PM at the Beebe School Auditorium, 401 Pleasant Street. State Senator Jason...Read More
The City will provide curbside pick-up of Christmas trees the week of January 8 through January 12, 2018. Trees should be placed curbside on your regular trash day. Since the trees will be recycled for...Read More
Please take note of the municipal office hours for December 26th through January 1st.
List of City Services Open / Closed for the Holiday
Jim Sherman from Malden Boy Scout Troop 603 reached out to Mayor Christenson and Veterans Services Director Kevin Jarvis to let them know that he would be coordinating the Malden effort of “Wreaths Across America” at the Forest Dale Cemetery. Boy...Read More
Please take note of the municipal office hours for December 22nd through 25th.
List of City Services Open / Closed for the Holiday
This past October, the Malden Fire Department held a series of events in honor of National Fire Prevention Week to remind residents about ways they can prevent fires in their homes. Fire Prevention Week is observed every October in remembrance of...Read More
Santa Claus took time out of his busy schedule at the North Pole to visit his Malden headquarters at Pine Banks Park last weekend. This was Santa’s 68th Annual trip to see the good little boys and girls of Malden and Melrose! Santa visited with...Read More
The City of Malden is pleased to announce that the 2018 Inaugural Ceremonies will take place on Tuesday, January 2nd at 6 PM at Malden High School, Jenkins Auditorium, 77 Salem Street. Members of...Read More