Home
Everett Facts
Demographic & historical facts about Everett
Services A-Z
A list of available services
Residents Links
Helpful links for Everett Residents
Business Links
Helpful links for Everett Businesses and those seeking to do business in Everett
Departments
Links to City Departments
Citizen Support Center
Request information, submit requests for service or comments for review.
Online Documents
Quickly find city documents located in a single place with a handy search feature.

Community Calendar
See what's going on including schedules or government meetings and City & community events.

 

Please take our
Gardening Survey








 
 


E-Mail Us at Energize.Everett@ci.everett.ma.us

Energize Everett’s mission is to create a healthy community by promoting and supporting an environment where all have access to healthy food and numerous places to easily enjoy physical activity.

To affect policy and environmental change aimed at increasing healthy eating and active living in Everett, the following projects will be completed between 2009 and 2011:

Healthy Food

  • Increase access to and affordability of healthy food for all Everett residents Ensure that Everett Farmers Market accepts SNAP, EBT/Access Cards and WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program vouchers
  • Expand Schoolyard Garden Program by adding two more elementary schools and integrating into afterschool curriculum
  • Establish alliance of community growers and develop plan for distributing produce to public service venues, local retailers, and food pantries
  • Assess local food retail environment and explore possible local government incentives for new and/or existing food retailers to offer healthier food and beverage choices

Recreation and Transportation

  • Improve built environment to increase opportunities for active transportation and diverse recreational opportunities for all residents
  • Extend length of Northern Strand Community Trail in Everett and Malden and make connections to local points of interest
  • Increase hours of availability and variety of programming throughout recreational facilities in Everett to reach a diverse population of community members
  • Develop infrastructure improvement plan informed by community walking audits
  • Implement Safe Routes to School Program in all Everett Public Schools to encourage more students walking and biking to school


The Farmers' Market is back starting June 18th.
Click HERE for more info!!!


Helpful Links


Copyright 2006, City of Everett. All rights reserved.
484 Broadway• Everett, MA 02149 • (617) 389-2100 • webmaster@ci.everett.ma.us