- Departments A through K
Departments A through K
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Office
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is one of America’s most comprehensive pieces of civil rights legislation that prohibits discrimination and guarantees that people with disabilities have the same opportunities as everyone else to participate in the mainstream of American life.
The Animal Control Department works to enforce of all laws, local and state, relative to animals.
The staff of the Cemetery Department is committed to providing serene, attractive, and contemplative settings for the families of the deceased.
Learn about the responsibilities of the City Accountant.
The primary duty of the City Assessors Office is the assignment of property value to all property owners in the City according to the requirements of Massachusetts General Laws.
The Office of the City Clerk is a service department within the municipal government upon which the City Council, all City departments, and the general public rely for information regarding the operations and legislative history of the City.
The Office of the City Solicitor is the City’s law department. The Office provides legal advice and representation to the City and its officials and is responsible for all legal matters involving the City.
Collector of Taxes
The City Collector of Taxes is generally responsible for the collection and posting of all amounts due to the City.
Council on Aging
The Council on Aging works to create a friendly and safe community for Beverly seniors and their families.
The Engineering Department plans the construction of water, sewer, and drainage projects, while working with the Highway Department to construct Beverly’s streets.
The Department of Municipal Finance is responsible for all financial and accounting activities in the City of Beverly.
The Director of Grants is responsible for providing grants assistance to all City departments for researching grant funding, grant applications, and compliance of grants received along with training and support pre- and post-grant award.
The Beverly Harbormaster's Department oversees 12.5 miles of coastline, including waters in the Danvers and Bass Rivers, as well as the water surrounding Misery, Little Misery, and Bakers Islands. The Harbormaster handles all permits for vessels moored in City waters, tied at slips or seasonally rack stored on waterfront property with launching capacity.
Beverly Public Health Department website
The Human Resources Department provides the best customer service to the City of Beverly through our expertise in all areas of recruitment, hiring, benefits, employee relations, and workers' compensation administration.