FY21 Annual Action Plan – DRAFT

The Draft for the FY21 Annual Plan has been posted below today, May 10th, 2021. The public comment period is now open for the following 30 days. Comments can be submitted by commenting on this post or sending us a message. Make sure you are following our social media pages and the notifications are turned on so you don’t miss out on any updates. There will also be a Public Meeting held on May 19, 2021 for those who’d like to join.

The public comment period gives members of the community a chance to weigh in on upcoming plans within the community. This gives the BRA an opportunity to hear what you have to say. Don’t miss out on this chance to let us hear from you! Please note registration is required.

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Brockton Area Branch NAACP Tenant Rights & Responsibilities

Brockton Area Branch NAACP Tenant Rights & Responsibilities – a 90-minute workshop that provides an overview of best practices, legal rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords. The workshop will be led by our panel of experts with topics such as types of tenancy, managing landlord/tenant communication, evictions and many others.

This workshop will be moderated by Patricia Jackson from the Brockton Redevelopment Authority. It will take place via Zoom on May 6, 2021 at 4:00pm.

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BRA Scavenger Hunt

As part of this year’s National Community Development Week, we are excited to announce our first ever virtual scavenger hunt! You will have between Monday, April 5th and Thursday, April 8th to complete as many tasks as possible. The top three people with the most points will win a prize. Winners will be announced on Friday, April 9th. Whether you live, work, shop or play in Brockton or you’re welcome to participate! Be sure to follow our page & turn on the notification so you can get access to the scavenger list. Invite your friends!

Download the scavenger list below.

Get the facts & get your child tested!

Are you looking to De-Lead your Property?

The Brockton Redevelopment Authority (BRA) is committed to reducing childhood lead poisoning and has resources available to abate lead-based paint in the city of Brockton. BRA is now offering free assistance up to $15,000 per a unit to remove the dangerous lead hazards. The Lead Based Paint Hazard Control Program can provide additional helpful information about lead poisoning prevention and determine if you qualify for no-cost grant funds to help make your home lead-safe!

 Get your Home Tested. Before buying an older home (especially one built prior to 1978), ask for a lead inspection.

Get your Child Tested. Even if your young children seem healthy, ask your doctor to test them for lead exposure.

To schedule a free lead inspection or for more information about the program please contact our office at 508-586-3887 EXT. 2 or EXT. 6

Mayor Bill Carpenter Garage


“Mayor Bill Carpenter Parking Garage” is a state of the art, gateless, license plate recognition, 415 space parking facility in the heart of the Brockton Revitalization District. The Garage is within a half block of the Brockton commuter rail station and the nearby Brockton Area Transit (BAT) Intermodal Transportation Centre. This catalytic development has spurred significant investment and interest in our downtown district. From the development of the Petronelli Building located across the street to 19-31 Main Street and the development of several City and privately-owned parcels.