Beverly Information

Increasingly, our society has been moving online. As this trend continues, more and more information about city services and agencies becomes available to Web surfers seeking to learn more about the area in which they live. I have gathered links to many of these resources for Beverly, that you may use this page as a starting point for your exploration of our city.

City of Beverly
The official Web site for our city offers information on city services, including a City Hall Directory and guidelines for recycling.

Beverly Public Library
A community resource that provides our City with a wealth of information, education, and special programs to enhance our cultural awareness.

Beverly Fire Department
Out there on the front lines, protecting our homes and responding to numerous medical aid calls, the Beverly Fire department is second to none, and has one of the few professional dive teams in the state.

Beverly Police Department
Bevery's finest offers a comprehensive Web site featuring every aspect of law enforcement.

Beverly Council on Aging
Beverly has a large senior citizen population, whose needs deserve to be addressed. They have contributed much to this community and continue to do so. The goals of the Council on Aging and its Senior Community Center are “to promote and support the social, physical, mental, and economic well-being of Beverly's senior citizens.”

Beverly Recreation Department
The Beverly Recreation Department offers a variety of programs “designed to improve the quality of life for Beverly residents of all ages ... through play, education and community-wide special events.”

Beverly Harbormaster
The Beverly Harbormaster’s Department help keep our coastline safe and well-managed. Among the site’s offerings is information on mooring, weather, tides, and boating laws and regulations.

Beverly Public Schools
Education, without a doubt, is the number one issue on the streets today. People are demanding a quality education for their children, and rightfully so, for education is the source of all progress for the next generation.
This Web site is the online presence of Primary Research Through the History of Beverly, a course taught by W. Dean Eastman at Beverly High School. Students are encouraged to research their City that they may learn more about the contexts of history as a whole.

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