• Demographics

    • Date Established: 1668
    • Population: 40,000
    • Land Mass/Area: 22.6 sq mi
    • Median Age: 38
    • Median Family Income: $67,958
    • Median Home Value: $362,200
    • Education Levels: 43.4 % have a Bachelors Degree or Higher
  • Business Overview

    • Commercial Tax Rate: $25.70/ Residential Tax Rate: $14.11
    • Cost Commercial Space:
    • Utilities: Utilities (provided by the City): Water/Sewer: Combined $9.17 per cubic foot
    • Available Parcels: Please contact Denise Deschamps, Economic Development Planner. Contact info: 978-605-2356/ddeschamps@beverlyma.gov
    • Zoning Categories: For a zoning map visit http://www.beverlyma.gov/departments/engineering/citymaps/
    • Available Economic Development Incentives: Contact: Denise Deschamps, Economic Development Planner: 978-605-2356/ ddeschamps@beverlyma.gov. HUBZone; BioReady Community; Facade and Sign Improvement Program.
    • Major Employers: North East Hospital Corporation; Endicott College; Axcelis Technologies; CPI; YMCA of the North Shore.
    • Business Groups:

      Beverly Farms Merchants Association; Beverly Main Streets; Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce.

  • Accessibility

    • Proximity to Highways: Direct access to Route 128; 95; 62; 1A; 127.
    • Miles from Boston: 25 miles north of Boston and Logan International Airport
    • Public Transportation: Commuter Rail 5 Stops, MBTA Bus, CATA (within Beverly), Beverly Regional Airport

    Additional Information

    • City Hall Hours
      Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
      Thursday: 8:30am – 7:30pm
      Friday: 8:30am – 1:00pm

      *The information provided on this community page is subject to change.  For more information about this community please check the city/town website link at the top of the page.

  • Education

    • Public Schools: 5 Elementary Schools
      1 Middle School
      1 High School
    • Private Schools: 14 Private Schools

    Community Leadership

  • Mayor Michael P. Cahill

    978-921-6000 x2333

    Beverly City Hall, 191 Cabot St. Beverly, MA 01915

    mayorcahill@beverlyma.org

  • Aaron Clausen, Director of Planning

    978-921-6000

    Beverly City Hall, 191 Cabot St. Beverly, MA 01915

    aclausen@beverlyma.gov

  • Denise Deschamps, Economic Development Planner

    978-605-2356

    Beverly City Hall, 191 Cabot St. Beverly, MA 01915

    ddeschamps@beverlyma.gov

Learn More About Beverly, MA

Beverly offers something for everyone. Our City is a desirable North Shore destination with recreation, shopping and dining options for all tastes and styles. Located on the North Shore of Massachusetts, about 26 miles from Boston, Beverly has a unique personality– small town charm coupled with a city identity. Beverly has a first class public school system, excellent access to Route 128, five commuter rail stations, a municipal golf course and airport making it an easy place to work, visit or live. Beverly is a great place to live with stable, diverse communities in picturesque settings. With miles of coastline, public parks and open spaces, Beverly is aptly called the “Garden City.” A strong partnership between business, government and community coupled with a thriving downtown and many business hubs, attracts a wide range of businesses to Beverly. Beverly is also a hub for creativity that supports many artists who own their own businesses and studios.

  • Cultural Institutions & Attractions:

    The Cabot Theatre; The Larcom Theatre; North Shore Music Theatre; Beverly Historical Society and Museum (and Visitors Center).

  • Historical Sites:

    Beverly Historical Society and Museum;  The Hale Farm; The Balch House; Long Hill Estate and Sedgwick Gardens; Beverly Arts District.

  • Beaches:

    Dane Street Beach; Brackenbury Beach; Rice’s Beach; Independence Park; Lynch Park; Mingo Beach; Beverly Harbor; Bass River launch.

  • Scenic By-Ways:

    Route 127.

  • Municipal Golf Course:

    Beverly Golf and Tennis Club