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  1. Gov. Baker reveals phase one guidelines for the reopening of Massachusetts

    Based on the statement given on Monday, May 18th, by Governor Baker and Lieutenant Governor Polito, here are the guidelines for the Phase 1 reopening of Massachusetts. Read on...
  2. Everett Food Establishments providing plenty of services!

    Food establishments in the City of Everett are offering plenty of services during this difficult time. You will find a list of all options and services being offered, within. Read on...
  3. City of Everett and CHA announces new COVID-19 testing site for all residents.

    City of Everett and the Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) today announced that, beginning Wednesday, April 29, COVID-19 testing will be available to CHA patients and residents of Everett and Malden, via a stand-alone testing center at 195 Canal St. Malden. Read on...
  4. Everett Board of Health issues Executive Order, requiring face coverings in all public businesses.

    The City of Everett Board of Health, as of April 20, 2020 has issued an executive order requiring face coverings be worn in all businesses and workplaces within the City of Everett. Please see full order within for details. Read on...
  5. State of Emergency Declared for City of Everett, beginning March 20, 2020 at 6p.m.

    Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Department of Health and Human Services have declared a state of emergency for the City of Everett beginning Friday, March 20, 2020 at 6p.m. You will find the official declaration and the defined emergency order within. Read on...
  6. Mayor DeMaria keeps the city running strong, despite building closures..

    Inside you will find a comprehensive working mission plan of what is being done by Mayor DeMaria's administration and city government here in Everett during this difficult time. All departments are working remotely to keep the City up and running strong. Read on...
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The Fiscal Year 2020 Public Social Services request for proposals is now available.

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    Virtual City Hall Art Gallery

    Please join us in perusing the second exhibit of the City Hall Gallery! Due to the closure of municipal buildings, the gallery is wholly virtual. The upside is that folks far and wide can take a walk through our gallery! Please feel free to share! Read on...
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    City of Everett Fire Hydrant Flushing.

    Please be aware that from now until June 19th, the City of Everett will be conducting fire hydrant and water main flushing throughout the entire city. Read on...
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    CHA announces new COVID 19 Testing site for Everett Residents (by appointment)

    The City of Everett and Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA)announced today that, beginning Wednesday, April 29, COVID-19 testing will be available to existing CHA patients and members of the communities of Everett and Malden via a stand-alone testing center. Read on...
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    Face coverings required in all Everett businesses, per Board of Health Executive order.

    The City of Everett Board of Health, as of April 20, 2020 has issued an executive order requiring face coverings be worn in all businesses and workplaces within the City of Everett. Please see full order within for details. Read on...
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    Sign Up for CodeRed notifications today!

    Receive vital information from the City of Everett via Phone, email, or text. Opt for any of these formats or all three. You may also opt for emergency only notices. TDD formatted for the hearing impaired. Stay in touch by letting us reach out to you. Read on...
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    Official Statement from Mayor DeMaria, Saturday, March 21, 2020

    As a City, as a state, as a nation, and as an international community, we are faced with an unprecedented time. Day-by-day, hour-by-hour, the responses to the COVID-19 pandemic are evolving, which I know is having a tremendous impact on all of you.... Read on...
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    2020 Yard Waste Schedule

    Everett Pride.....Spring time is here.....let’s keep our properties clean and tidy! Take note of the 2020 Yard Waste schedule here. Read on...