Sketched in 1781 by Des Barres, the above-work titled "Boston Road to Dorchester", depicts the view of Boston from our neighborhood.
Welcome to the John W. McCormack Civic Association! The purpose of our volunteer Association is to help maintain and improve the quality of life in our North Dorchester neighborhood by working in partnership with the city government, local businesses and other community organizations to bring about civic betterment and social improvements for the good of our residents and the welfare of our community.
You are invited to browse our website to find out more about our Association, our work and how you can become more involved in making your neighborhood an outstanding place to live, work and enjoy.
You can help us create a safer neighborhood for everybody!
The Association is working closely with local law enforcement agencies and your elected representatives to help keep our neighborhood a safer community for everyone to enjoy.
You are invited to help as well. If you see a crime or anti-social behavior such as prostitution, panhandling and illegal drug activity taking place, you should do any of the following to report it, anonymously.
- Call 9-1-1
- Call 1-800-494-8477
- Text 'TIP' to 27463 (CRIME)
You are also welcome to join the Public Safety Committee. This committee acts as a forum to support community partnerships to prevent crime and the fear of crime in the neighborhood. The committee focuses on neighborhood priority issues such as prostitution, panhandling, illegal drug activity, burglary, home invasion, car theft and other public safety concerns. The committee works with the Boston Police Department, Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Police and other law enforcement officials to problem solve, share information and address issues.
Sign up today and help us keep our neighborhood a safe place to live!
You can help keep your neighborhood beautiful and in working order
Citizens Connect is the City of Boston's award-winning effort to empower residents to be the City's "eyes and ears." You can alert the City of Boston to neighborhood issues such as potholes, damaged signs, and graffiti, to name a few.