Everett Residential Parking Sticker Program
Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce the official start date for the 2022 Residential Parking Sticker Program. Effective Monday, January 3rd, vehicle owners must submit an online application in order to obtain their parking sticker for 2022.
After a resident has successfully submitted an online application, they will receive a confirmation email. Once the resident’s information is verified, they will receive an additional email to confirm that the order has been successfully processed. The parking sticker will then be mailed to the resident. Residents may apply for up to 4 stickers per online application. Information required to complete the application includes:
• Full Name
• Phone Number
• Email Address
• License Plate Number
• Name that Appears on the Registration
Resident stickers for 2022 must be obtained and displayed on the vehicle prior to March 1st. As a courtesy, from January 3rd to February 28th, stickers may be obtained for FREE. The $10 fee per sticker will be reinstated on March 1st.
Please be advised that in order for a resident sticker to be approved, the vehicle must be registered to the City of Everett and be in good standing. If the vehicle has overdue parking tickets or unpaid excise tax, a sticker will not be issued.
For residents applying for a first-time sticker, those with new plates or vehicles, please visit City Hall, Room 13 to apply. Please bring your vehicle’s registration and proof of address, such as a driver’s license or current utility bill, to obtain a parking sticker.
Please note that beginning on January 3rd, residents of the Lower Broadway area must visit City Hall, Room 13 in order to renew your Lower Broadway sticker and visitor placard. Please bring your registration, proof of Lower Broadway area address, such as a driver’s license or current utility bill, and last year’s visitor placard to renew.
The online application for the Residential Parking Sticker Program can be found at https://epay.cityhallsystems.com. For questions regarding the program or the online application, please contact 311 at 617-394-2270 or the Parking Clerk’s Office at 617-394-2295 or 617-394-2275. If you have questions regarding your sticker order status please contact City Hall Systems at 508-381-5455.
Pressley Tests Positive for COVID-19
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley (MA-07) issued the following statement after receiving a positive COVID-19 test result.
“After experiencing COVID-like symptoms, this morning I received a positive, breakthrough COVID-19 test result. Thankfully, my symptoms are relatively mild, and I am grateful to be fully vaccinated and boosted. I am currently isolating and following all health protocols in order to mitigate further spread and keep my loved ones and community safe.
“Vaccines save lives. With this unprecedented pandemic continuing to rage, I am deeply grateful for the scientists, researchers, and frontline healthcare workers who have worked tirelessly to develop vaccines that are safe and effective, and ensure that our communities are protected. I encourage everyone to do their part by getting vaccinated, boosted and masking up. I wish everyone a safe and happy new year and look forward to continuing to fight for the robust relief our communities in the Massachusetts 7th need and deserve.”
Trial Court Announces Changes to Court Operations
In response to the current situation in the Commonwealth with respect to COVID-19, the Trial Court today issued an order that outlines changes to court operations. Massachusetts trial courts will remain physically open to the public to conduct business and will operate in accordance with protocols that enhance the health and safety of court users and personnel.
The order and related operational guidance issued to the Trial Court today include the following:
• Remote court operations shall be used wherever possible. Courts may continue to hold in-person proceedings in matters where a virtual proceeding is not practicable or would be inconsistent with the protection of constitutional rights.
• Trial Court departments shall reduce the number of staff working in person to no more than 50% of the total number of staff at a time and should separate their staff into not less than two teams that will alternate their time working in-person and remotely as deemed necessary by the department head. Security, Facilities and ELMO shall be exempt from the 50% reduction based upon job function.
The Trial Court also issued additional health screening protocols and updated information on masking in courthouses. Beginning on Monday, January 3, 2022, the Trial Court will re-introduce the use of screening questions to determine if anyone entering a courthouse, including court staff and the public, has a temperature, is feeling unwell, or has received a positive COVID-19 test, has been exposed to COVID-19, or has symptoms.
The Trial Court mask requirement will remain in effect. Employees, court users and other individuals who work in or visit a courthouse must wear masks that completely cover the nose and mouth and fit snuggly against the sides of the face with no gaps. The use of gaiters, bandanas, or face shields will not be allowed as a substitution for a mask. Court Officers will enforce the requirement to properly wear a mask for court visitors. The Trial Court will provide a mask to those who do not have an acceptable mask when entering a courthouse once the Trial Court Security Department has a sufficient quantity for distribution.
SJC Pausing All Jury Trials
Supreme Judicial Court issues new order pausing in response to the current situation in the Commonwealth with respect to COVID-19, the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) issued an order pausing all jury trials in Massachusetts state courthouses until January 31, 2022. All courts otherwise will remain open for in-person business, with a continued emphasis on conducting matters remotely whenever possible.
Today’s order partially amends the existing order regarding court operations during the pandemic, which was issued by the SJC on July 1, 2021 and became effective July 12, 2021.