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EVERETT MATTERS
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  1. New COVID Testing Site added, for Everett Residents only.

    Beginning Thursday, Jan. 28th 2021, the City of Everett will be offering a new COVID-19 testing site for Everett residents ONLY. It will be available Thursdays ONLY from 8 AM - 12 PM at the Norwood St. Parking Lot. Read on...
  2. Senior Shopping Day!

    Thursdays at the Connolly Center. Open the link for more details. Read on...
  3. 2021 Resident Parking Stickers are available now!

    Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce the official start date for the 2021 Residential Parking Sticker Program and would like to remind residents of the method for obtaining residential parking stickers. Apply online within> Read on...
  4. New COVID Testing Site Updates for 2021

    Beginning January 4th, COVID Testing will be moved indoors full time to the Recreation Center at 47 Elm Street. Monday - Thursday, 7am - 7pm (with a 1 hour break between 1pm - 2pm). and Friday & Saturday 12pm - 6pm. Read on...
  5. 2021 Snow Season Parking Regulations and Restrictions

    Mayor Carlo DeMaria & the Everett DPW, would like to remind residents of the current ordinances regarding snow regulations and parking restrictions. For this snow season (2021), from December 2020 – April 2021. Please adhere to all restrictions. Read on...
  6. Snow Season Well Underway - City Well Equipped

    The Snow Season is now upon us and the City of Everett has long ago completed its snow removal and emergency preparations for the winter season and is well prepared for the snow and cold weather. Read on...
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OUR LOCAL HIGHLIGHTS

Everett Spotlights
The Fiscal Year 2020 Public Social Services request for proposals is now available.

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    Everett Celebrates Black History Month

    As part of Everett’s celebration of Black History Month, our Public Information Officer Vanessa Alvarado will be interviewing local black business owners and highlighting their business and story. First up, Lou Diamond’s Barbershop located at 207 Elm St. Read on...
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    BostonBRT’s “Love Your Neighborhood” Free Contest Gives Back to Everett Residents & Local Businesses

    Ten lucky winners will each receive $100 per week for 6 weeks to spend at their favorite places to eat and drink in Everett. Entries will be accepted from Feb. 1st until March 10th in four different languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese and Haitian). Read on...
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    The City of Everett has joined the NEXTDOOR social media network

    The City of Everett has joined a new social media network, Nextdoor! Nextdoor is a trusted and secured social networking service tailored to the needs of local neighborhoods. Read on...
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    Story Time with Mayor DeMaria

    In the month of February, Mayor DeMaria will begin hosting a virtual story time through Zoom. He will be reading a classic children’s story to the Everett children on the first Wednesday of each month at 3:30pm. Read on...
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    New COVID Testing Site for Everett Residents Only

    Beginning Thursday, Jan. 28th 2021, the City of Everett will be offering a new COVID-19 testing site for Everett residents ONLY. Read on...
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    Confused on which side to park during a parking ban? Find your answers here!

    We know it can be a little confusing, knowing which side to park on and why during parking bans and/or snow emergencies. So, we thought we would take a minute and explain how it is decided and what constitutes how a “snow season” is declared. Read on...
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    2021 Resident Parking Stickers Available Now

    Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce the official start date for the 2021 Residential Parking Sticker Program and would like to remind residents of the method for obtaining residential parking stickers. Apply online within> Read on...
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    Instruction for the proper use of face masks.

    Face masks can be very effective against the COVID-19 virus, but only if used properly. Please take a minute to watch the video within and learn all there is to know about masking properly. Read on...
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    Put a Freeze on Winter Fires!

    Home fires occur more in the winter months than in any other season. Inside you will find valuable tips and information on how to keep you and your family safe, while staying cozy and warm this winter. (Multi-language downloadable PDF's, included) Read on...
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    Learn how to protect yourself and others from germs.

    Learn to combat germs during the COVID-19 pandemic, and acquire the knowledge of how germs affect our everyday life. Keep your family safe by following a few simple guidelines. Read on...
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    2021 Snow Season Parking Regulations and Restrictions

    Mayor Carlo DeMaria & the Everett DPW, would like to remind residents of the current ordinances regarding snow regulations and parking restrictions. For this snow season (2021), from December 2020 – April 2021. Please adhere to all restrictions. Read on...
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    COVID-19 Testing Site Updates for 2021

    Beginning January 4th, COVID Testing will be moved indoors full time to the Recreation Center at 47 Elm Street. Monday - Thursday, 7am - 7pm (with a 1 hour break between 1pm - 2pm). and Friday & Saturday 12pm - 6pm. Read on...