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In an effort to continue to beautify and prepare our neighborhoods for the spring and summer months, Mayor DeMaria, the Department of Public Works and the Office of Planning and Development recently coordinated the planting of trees across the City.
Every dollar spent on planting and caring for a community tree yields benefits that are two to five times the investment. These benefits include cleaner air, lower energy costs, improved water quality and storm water control and increased property values....
As part of Mayor DeMaria’s efforts to bring more public art to the City of Everett, the Mayor’s Office working with the Advanced Art class at Everett High School will begin a public art mural on a retaining wall on the Northern Strand Community Trail.
Under the direction of Ms. Annette LeRay and Mr. Evan DeMarzo the students will be creating a 50-foot mural to bring art into the community and provide another clean, colorful space to the city of Everett.
The mural began as a collaboration between the May...
Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce that Saturday, May 20th is the first Annual Kids to Parks Day in the City of Everett.
. The event will take place at Swan Street Park at 11:00AM and will include relay races, games, and snacks and ice cream. YMCA, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, and many other City organizations will be in attendance.
Kids to Parks Day empowers kids and encourages...
The end of the school year brings many celebrations and excitement for students and families in Everett.
In just a few short weeks we’ll celebrate the graduating Class of 2017 and students will be attending prom and other year-end parties. As a community it is important to honor these traditions and make them memorable events while also a safe and ...
On Tuesday, May 9th Mayor Carlo DeMaria submitted a written testimony to the Department of Public Utilities on proposed regulations regarding transportation network services.
On Tuesday, May 9th Mayor Carlo DeMaria submitted a written testimony to the Department of Public Utilities on proposed regulations regarding transportation network services. The proposed regulations are being written to implement the Massachusetts Genera...
On Thursday, May 11th Mayor Carlo DeMaria toured the training facility for the New England Center for Arts & Technology (NECAT).
On Thursday, May 11th Mayor Carlo DeMaria toured the training facility for the New England Center for Arts & Technology (NECAT). NECAT is a career-directed educational non-profit serving resource-limited, chronically unemployed and underemployed adult...
On Thursday, May 11th Mayor Carlo DeMaria joined YouthBuild Boston Executive Director, Ken Smith, regional officials from the federal Occupational Safety and many others at an in-progress affordable housing building site in Roxbury.
On Thursday, May 11th Mayor Carlo DeMaria joined YouthBuild Boston Executive Director, Ken Smith, regional officials from the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration, representatives from Suffolk Construction, and many others at an in-progre...
The City of Everett's proposed budget for FY '18 is now available online.
As we continue to modernize the City, these Smart Meters will be super beneficial to our community through its efficient and easy-to-use system to pay for the meter. The only form of payment accepted is credit cards and coins - no bills. The rate will rem...
City of Everett
Dates for 2017 Yard Waste
Yard Waste will be collected on your trash/recycling day.
All dates are WEEK OF:
April – 17
May – 1, 15, 29
June – 12, 26
July – 10, 24
August – 7, 21
September – 4, 18
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As we continue with the new year, the Everett Health and Wellness Center has new updates frequently! The first is our new classes - 1. Body Bottle: This 45-minute workout will be a high-calorie burning and high-energy class, inspired by the styles of Mart...
The Everett 311 app will also enable you to report quality of life problems to the city, such as graffiti and potholes, and even lets you connect to pay your bills - straight from your phone!
Download the Everett 311 app today!
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