To enforce in a fair and equitable manner the parking regulations of the City of Everett.
The parking clerk is an appointee of the mayor, with the approval of the city council. The power and duties of the parking clerk are outlined in the Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 90, sec 20A1/2. In short, the parking clerk maintains and records all parking violations, applies payment and late fees as deemed on parking violations and holds hearings where parking violators can be heard. The parking clerk also issues residential parking stickers and visitors placards.
Director of Parking
45 Elm Street
Everett, MA 02149
Monday & Thursday, 8am to 7:30pm
Tuesday and Wednesday, 8am to 5pm
Frequently Visited Pages
Tickets & Payments
You have 21 days following the date of issue to pay a parking violation. Your payment may be made by mail or personally at the office of the Parking Clerk room 13 Everett City Hall, 484 Broadway. The office accepts payment in cash, money order, check (unless ticket is on registry hold), credit or debit. Please keep in mind; if paying by credit or debit a 3.5% service fee (starting at a $3.00 minimum) will be added to your total. Payments can also be made online at Kelly Ryan.
If a payment is not received within 21 days, an overdue notice is mailed to the registered owner with an additional late fee of $5. Failure to pay the overdue notice by the due date will result in the non-renewal of the license and/ or registration of the registered owner. In addition, at that time another late fee of $10 is charged plus a surcharge of $20 for the registry handling.
To dispute a parking ticket, you must submit a written request no later than 21 days from the date of said violation. Once your request is filed, you are entitled to a hearing. Please be aware that failure to appear at this hearing will result in immediate withdrawal from the appeal process.
Residential Parking Permits
Residential parking stickers are issued to residents of Everett and are required for each registered vehicle in order to park on Everett streets or in municipal parking lots. Parking stickers shall be attached to the inside of the front windshield on the driver’s side lower left hand corner, so that they are clearly visible through the windshield. The parking stickers are valid until December 31st of the current year.
Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce that the city will be installing new Smart Parking Meters beginning on Tuesday, May 30th, 2017. Looking to the future, the DeMaria administration considers the parking kiosks to be a positive addition for Everett businesses. The new kiosks will operate Pay-by-Plate mode, meaning the public enters their license plate number into the kiosk, then pay for the amount of time they want using coins or credit card, providing drivers with sufficient time visiting shops and restaurants.
How Do I Pay?
The new Smart Parking Meters will accept only credit cards and coins. Please do not use any bills. The rates will not be changed.
Where Will They Be Located?
The new Smart Parking Meters will be located in municipal parking lots in Everett Square. Below is a map that points out to the specific locations.
Parking Meter Parking Permit
Eligible individuals may purchase parking stickers from the Parking Clerk. Vehicles bearing a current, valid sticker would be exempt from parking meter fees in designated areas for each month for which a parking sticker is purchased and affixed to the vehicle.