Always paying attention.
Even before there was a Boston Logan, our nearest neighbor, East Boston, was where travelers and immigrants from Europe arrived by sea. Today we uphold and continue that tradition, while paying attention to the quality of life around us and our role as an economic engine for Massachusetts.
Very few large airports and seaports in the country share the close proximity that Massport does to more than 35 bustling urban communities around Boston Harbor, or the towns around Hanscom Field and Worcester Regional Airport.
As a good neighbor, we’re always listening. We’re deeply committed to the success of these vibrant neighborhoods, and we strive to be a model for how airports, seaports and their neighboring communities can work together to address challenges and create opportunities, from our ongoing collaboration with neighborhood residents, local organizations and elected officials, to the Massport Community Advisory Committee.
Massport is pleased to participate in and sponsor community organizations and activities that bring residents together, support children and families, and help to strengthen our neighboring communities.
Working in concert with government, community and civic leaders throughout Massachusetts and New England, Massport is an active participant in efforts that improve the quality of life for residents living near Massport’s facilities and who make sacrifices every day so that Massport can deliver important transportation services to families and businesses throughout New England.
Sustained and thoughtful neighborhood collaboration, advancing technologies and our own commitment to the well-being of the communities around us have resulted in important progress on noise.
Information on Roseland Property Company's 'Portside at East Pier' development in East Boston and the Thomas Butler Freight Corridor.
View public notices for upcoming meetings here.
Our role as a good neighbor wouldn’t be complete without supporting the young people who live around us.