The city is seeking input from Revere’s newer residents about the types of public workshops they would like to see offered. With the help of a volunteer committee, city officials have been exploring the creation of an Office of New Revere Residents that would serve as a resource to recent arrivals on issues ranging from how to participate in the community to how to obtain services. As part of that effort, the city has launched a survey to gauge the interest of newer residents in different types of informational workshops. Potential topics include voting; residency and citizenship; housing; starting a business in the city; volunteer opportunities; managing household finances, where to take adult education and English as a Second Language courses; and obtaining services for children and families. The survey, which is offered in Arabic, Spanish, and Haitian Creole in addition to English, is available at revere.org, and in paper form from the mayor’s office.