Beverly Health Department
It is the mission of the Beverly Health Department to serve as a resource committed to educate, inform and protect the general public and meet the multitude of health related needs of the community.
Household Hazardous Waste
Mercury Recovery Program
Health and Community
Tobacco Control Program
BBQ and Foodborne Illness
Beach Sampling Results
Guidelines for Dog Owners
Summer Safety Brochure
Asthma Fact Sheet
Floodwater Fact Sheet
Hand Washing Q&A
Please see the following link in regards to animals in food service establishments.
Memo and ADA Service Animals
Animal Health Inspector
The Animal Control Officer serves as the Health Department's Animal Health Inspector. In addition to his responsibilities as ACO, he also assists and advises the health department with the following:
Educating the public about laws, regulations and health and safety concerns involving animals
Investigates complaints involving animals
Assists in the investigation of dogs and cats involved in a biting incident
Impounds homeless dogs and cats and coordinates efforts to locate the owner or transfer the animal to a facility to promote adoption
Assists with the preparation and transportation of specimens for rabies testing.
Inspects barns and conducts animal census as mandated by state law.
Assists with the annual rabies clinic
For questions regarding Animal Control, contact Matthew Lipinski at (978) 921-6000 x2361. You may also visit the Animal Control webpage for the City of Beverly at:
Beverly Health Department •
90 Colon Street •
Beverly, MA 01915 • Phone: (978) 921-8591 • Fax: (978) 922-5695