Who We Are & What We Do
The Charlestown Neighborhood Council is established to increase effective communication between our neighborhood, Ward Two – Charlestown, and the government of the city of Boston, its departments and agencies. It provides structured participation in city government decisions affecting land use, development, service delivery and other issues relating to the quality of life in Charlestown. Through this process, the Charlestown Neighborhood Council joins together with city government to promote the well being of Charlestown and its people and ensure neighborhood participation in municipal affairs.
Furthermore, the Charlestown Neighborhood Council shall, from time to time, provide a forum for both state and federal officials, departments and agencies to present, discuss and receive input from the people of Charlestown on matters affecting our community.
Areas of Interest
Land use and
First Vice Chair
Second Vice Chair
Meet Your Representatives
The Charlestown Neighborhood Council is composed of 23 Charlestown residents broken down as follows:
8 members are elected by their respective precinct of Ward Two, Charlestown, serving a term of three years.
8 members are elected by all precincts of Ward Two, Charlestown, to serve a term of three years in an At-Large position
7 members are representatives of Charlestown non-profit organizations. These organizations are individually selected by the elected members of the Charlestown Neighborhood Council for a term of three years.