COVID-19

COVID-19 Community-Level Data Map

Based on the average daily cases per 100,000 residents, the Commonwealth has designated each city or town as a higher risk (red), moderate risk (yellow), or lower risk (green) community. Communities with fewer than 5 cases are not given a designation. On the Community Level Data Map from Mass.gov, click on a community to see key COVID-19 statistics.


ReopenBeverly Website

ReopenBeverly.com is a new website that will help you navigate Governor Baker’s phased approach to reopening in the City of Beverly. Here you’ll find phase by phase information on which businesses, services, and public areas are open in Beverly, and the rules and regulations that currently apply as you begin to visit them again. It’s also a quick reference guide where Beverly businesses can find information and links to state mandated safety protocols/standards, COVID Orders, general business guidance, and more.


Parking at Our City Parks and Beaches

As you head out to the Beverly parks and beaches, please note the posted signage. Many streets have been temporarily changed to allow Beverly resident parking only. Orange signs reading, “Resident Parking Only” on Lothrop Street and the surrounding streets indicate that the parking is reserved for all residents of Beverly. The parking lot at Lynch Park is temporarily limited in capacity and only available to residents. The parking lot at Dane Street Beach is temporarily closed to all. Additional handicapped accessible parking spaces have been made available along Lothrop Street. These measures are intended to prevent overcrowding at the parks and beaches, encouraging a safe and healthy environment.

These measures are necessary to comply with the Governor’s order on Beaches. With a requirement of twelve feet between beach blankets and six feet between any two individuals, we cannot enjoy our beaches in the same fashion we did last summer. Unavoidably right now, fewer people will be allowed on the beaches. If beaches get too crowded, people will be turned away. Limiting parking is necessary until further notice. We thank you in advance for thinking of others’ health and for your compliance with these temporary measures.

Any Beverly resident who believes they were wrongly ticketed in one of our temporary “Beverly Resident Parking Only” zones should call City Hall at 978-605-2333.


Reopening Massachusetts

The Baker-Polito Administration’s comprehensive plan to safely reopen the Massachusetts economy, get people back to work, and ease social restrictions while minimizing the health impacts of COVID-19.


Other Important Links


Have a COVID-19 Related Question?

Please read through the City of Beverly’s Frequently Asked Questions below to find your answer. if your question is not available below, please send your question to Ask City Hall.


Frequently Asked Questions

What City of Beverly municipal buildings are currently closed to the public? 

  • Beverly City Hall (191 Cabot Street)
  • All Beverly Public Schools
  • Beverly Public Library (32 Essex Street, 24 Vine Street)
  • Beverly Council on Aging (90 Colon Street)
  • Beverly Municipal Inspections at GAR Hall (8 Dane Street)
  • Beverly Recreation Department offices at Lynch Park
  • Beverly Police station lobby
  • All Beverly Fire stations

When will municipal buildings and offices be open?

City of Beverly municipal buildings are closed to the public through the summer at which point the City will reassess the situation.

When will the Beverly public schools reopen?

Beverly public schools shall not reopen for normal operations this academic school year, (per Governor Baker’s amended order).

How can I pay my bills if City Hall is closed?

The City of Beverly offers online bill pay for most transactions. Please use this option as much as possible for paying bills.  Bill payments can also be mailed or dropped off at the back entrance of City Hall.  There is a dropbox there for bill payments.

Will there be any changes to trash and recycling curbside services?

Trash and recycling: weekly curbside pickup will continue as usual.

  • Two 32 gallon barrels (40lbs each) of trash
  • One blue overflow bag
  • Unlimited recycling (dual stream)
  • One bulk item

How do I schedule a municipal inspection?

Municipal inspections will continue to process permits and conduct inspections wherever possible, see department page for more information.

What do I do in the case of an emergency or a fire?

In an emergency, call 911, the Beverly Police and Fire are operating as usual, however the police station lobby and the fire stations are closed to the public.

What if I have a question for the police, but it’s not an emergency?

Please call the non-emergency phone number at 978-922-1212

What City Clerk Services are currently available?

Online payments for the following vital records are still available via the following site: City Clerk Online Payments and Services

  • Copies of Birth Certificates
  • Burial Permits
  • Death Certificates
  • Copies of Marriage Certificates
  • New Dog Licenses
  • Renewal of Dog Licenses

What City Services have changed as a result of this pandemic?

Payment for on-street and public lot parking in the Downtown Beverly Parking District has been suspended during this unique time. For questions about parking in downtown Beverly, please visit www.parkbeverly.com.

The September 1 state primary nomination papers will need to be mailed to: City Clerk, Beverly City Hall, 191 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA  01915. Once received, a receipt will be mailed back to the sender.

The following City Clerk services are on hold at this time:

  • Notary requests
  • Wedding requests
  • Requests for new marriage certificates
Where can I find information on essential businesses?
A list of essential businesses, Frequently Asked Questions, and orders regarding business operations during the pandemic can be found on our website at the Essential Services Information page in the COVID-19 section.

Updated: 04/10/2020