The Board of Assessors is charged with accurately determining the value of all real and personal property located within the City of Everett for the purpose of taxation.
The City Clerk is also the Chief Election Official, Clerk of the Board of Aldermen, and City Archivist.
The City Solicitor’s Office is responsible for providing representations and advice to the City, the mayor and its officials in numerous areas.
Constituent Services & 311
The Mayor’s Office of Constituent Services serves as a liaison between residents of Everett and City departments.
Council on Aging
Discover information related to the Council on Aging, as well as events and activities sponsored by the council.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
To cultivate, advance and foster a culture of belonging in the City of Everett where all people who live, work, and visit have equitable access to the resources and opportunities the City offers.
The mission of the 911 Communication Center is to provide the citizens of Everett with a reliable, state of the art 911 Emergency Telephone System.
Everett Community Television (ECTV) is a municipal station established to manage and operate the Public (Channel 3), Educational (Channel 15), and Government (Channel 22) access channels of the Everett, Massachusetts cable television system.
The Registrars of Voters are responsible for procedures relating to the registration of voters, develop and maintain annual list of voters, and conduct the annual census of residents of the City.
Increasing opportunities for Everett residents to eat healthy and be active in the places they live, learn, work, and play. The program’s aim is to make the healthy choice the easy choice by improving access to nutritious food and physical activity in the community.
Health & Wellness
Access information about health and wellness services.
Through regulatory enforcement, policy development, and coalition building the Everett Health Department’s mission is to prevent disease and injury, promote wellness, and protect the personal, community, and environmental health of all Everett residents.
The Human Resources Department is responsible for ensuring that employees are hired, compensated and managed properly and fairly, for providing assistance to other departments and the oversight of all personnel related functions.
The Office of Human Services helps Everett residents with many types of assistance. The main purpose of the office is information and referral.
The mission of the Department is to provide and enhance technology platforms that support the City’s main functions and increases governmental efficiency for the Everett residents.
Our primary mission is to safeguard the public, promote the health, safety and welfare for the residents of the City of Everett.
Read a welcome message from the mayor, and find information on the current mayor and their administration.
Find information on parking policies, tickets, and parking ordinances.
Planning & Development
The Department of Planning and Development (DPD) is committed to enhancing the vibrancy and stability of the City of Everett for all residents.
The Everett Police Department is a full-service, professional law enforcement agency providing coverage 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The Department of Public Works (DPW) is responsible for a variety of City services.
Community Recreation is responsible for providing fun, creative, and inclusive activities for families to participate in at the Everett Community Health and Wellness Center.
The Everett Retirement System is 1 of 106 contributory retirement systems in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is subject to the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 32.
Community Recreation is responsible for providing fun, creative, and inclusive activities for families to participate in at the Everett Community Health and Wellness Center. The Department of Veterans Services is a state mandated service, which provides services to the veterans, spouses of veterans, and their dependents.