Boston College Neighborhood Council

The Council was formed as a condition of a special permit in 1993, when the Fulton Hall was constructed.  Their primary function is to discuss issues and provide input to Boston College regarding ongoing campus construction and renovation, future plans, changes in policies that affect construction and renovation, traffic and traffic management, parking and parking management, busses, student behavior, special events and athletic events and other activities that affect surrounding neighborhoods. 

The group meets four times a year and includes the following representatives:

1 from Boston College Chestnut Hill campus neighborhood (appointed by City Council)
1 from Boston College Law School campus neighborhood (appointed by City Council)
1 from Newton Centre neighborhood east of Centre Street (appointed by City Council)  Boston College representatives including the Director of Community Relations, Law School Administration, Vice President for construction on request of the Planning Director
1 from the Newton Planning & Development Department, who Chairs the meeting 
1 City Councilor each from Wards 2 and 7

For additional information please call 617.796.1120.
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2017/02/15

Agenda(96.5 KB)

2016/04/26

Minutes(4.28 MB)
Agenda(113 KB)

2015/06/17

Minutes(684.2 KB)
Agenda(113.3 KB)

2014/10/01

Minutes(118.4 KB)
Agenda(114.6 KB)

2014/02/27

Minutes(196.7 KB)
Agenda(114.5 KB)

2013/09/12

Minutes(162 KB)
Agenda(113.4 KB)

2013/06/13

Minutes(289.2 KB)
Agenda(113.5 KB)

2013/03/14

Minutes(117.3 KB)
Agenda(114.5 KB)

2013/01/30

Minutes(122.7 KB)
Agenda(113.4 KB)

2012/09/19

Minutes 9/19/12(113.2 KB)
Agenda 9-19-12(113.2 KB)

2012/05/09

Minutes 5-9-12(201.6 KB)
Agenda 5-9-12(116.3 KB)

2012/01/18

Agenda 1-18-12(115.6 KB)
Minutes 1-18-12(104.1 KB)
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