City of


45 School St. Brockton, MA 02301
Phone: 508-580-7123


Robert Sullivan

Municipal Election:

November 4, 2025
Nov., 1st Tuesday following 1st Monday (odd years)

City Council:

Shirley Asack
Jean Bradley Derenoncourt
Philip Edward Griffin
Winthrop Farwell, Jr.
Thomas Minichiello, Jr.
John Lally
Susan Nicastro
Moises Rodrigues
Maria Tavares
David Teixeira
Jeffrey Thompson


Population Density4,944
Registered Voters62,097
Income Per Capita$24,130
EQV Per Capita$100,460
Owner-occupied Housing Unit Rate56.8%
Median Value of Owner-occupied Housing Units$307,600
Median Gross Rent$1,311
Total Households35,092
Average Household Size2.92

Municipal Finances

Residential Tax Rate$12.98
Commercial Tax Rate$26.02
Average Tax Bill$5,055
Total Expenditures$418,953,137
Total Tax Levy$166,843,753
State Aid$256,604,133
Local Receipts$18,301,200
City Hall of Brockton

City Hall

Wants you To KNOW

The “City of Champions” is a majority-ALANA (African-American, Latinx, Asian and Native American) community of 106,000 residents with acclaimed schools, parks, museums, new housing and thriving businesses, all connected to Boston via commuter rail.


Form of GovernmentMayor – Council
Incorporation Date1821
Chief Municipal OfficialMayor
Legislative BodyCity Council
Size of Council11
Length of Mayoral Term (years)2


Area21.3 mi2
Public Roads290.3 mi
Regional Planning AgencyOld Colony Planning Council


U.S. Senate (statewide)

Edward J. Markey
Elizabeth Warren

U.S. House

Stephen Lynch

Mass. Senate

Michael Brady

Mass. House

Gerard Cassidy
Michelle Dubois
Rita Mendes

Income Per Capita

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