Everett is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, near Boston. The population was 38,037 at the 2000 census.
Everett is the only remaining city in the United States with a bicameral legislature, which is composed of a seven-member Board of Aldermen and an 18-member Common Council.
Everett was originally part of Charlestown, and later Malden. It was named after Edward Everett, a politician and educator. George Washington also visited the city on top of hospital hill and now is named George Washington hill.
Government Type: Mayor, Bicameral legislature
Incorporated: 1870 as a Town, 1892 as a City
Land Size: 3.36 square miles
Population: 38,037 people. (38th in Mass.)
Pop/Land: 11,320.54 people per square mile. (6th in Mass.)
City of Everett websites
Everett information from state agencies:
- Community Profile (DHCD)
- Everett Public Library Information
- Everett School and District Profiles
- Helpful Telephone Numbers
- Local Area Unemployment Statistics/Employment and Wages
- Local Cultural Council
- Massachusetts Department of Education School listings
- State Aid – Cherry Sheet FY2007
- State Aid – Cherry Sheet FY2008
- State Aid – Cherry Sheet FY2009
- State Aid – Cherry Sheet FY2010
- State Legislators