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City of Newburyport


Newburyport City Hall
, 60 Pleasant Street

Tax Rate Per $1,000:  $13.32
Population:  17,189
Average House Price:  $456,600
Major Industries:  Diversified small industries, electronics

City Government

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School Committee






Higher Learning / Adult Education




Post Office




Health & Social Service



Young People's Groups


Churches & Temples

  • Assembly of God: Pentecostal Assembly, 3 Hale St. 
  • Baptist: Hope Community Church, Hale St.  978-463-4673
  • Christian Science: First Church of Christ Scientist, 22 Inn St.  978-465-0811
  • Congregational:  Belleville Congregational, 300 High St.  978-465-7734
  • Congregational:  Central Congregational, 14 Titcomb St.  978-465-0533
  • Episcopalian: St. Paul's Episcopal, 166 High St.  978-465-5351
  • Greek Orthodox: Church of the Annunciation, 7 Harris St.  978-465-5757
  • Johovah's Witnesses: Newburyport Congregation, 179 Storey Ave.  978-462-7422
  • Jewish:  Congregation Ahavas Achim, Washington St. 
  • Methodist: People's United Methodist, 62 Purchase St.  978-465-5145
  • Non-Denominational: Unity on the River, 58 Macy St., Amesbury  978-834-7830
  • Presbyterian: Old South Church, 29 Federal St.  978-465-966
  • Roman Catholic: Immaculate Conception, 42 Green St.  978-462-2724
  • Salvation Army: Salvation Army, 40 Water St.  978-465-0883
  • Unitarian: First Religious Society, 26 Pleasant St.  978-465-0602
  • United Church of Christ: First Parish Church of Newbury, 20 High Rd., Newbury  978-465-559

Volunteer Opportunities

Get involved. Greater Newburyport offers many ways to volunteer your time and talents to support the many local issues that are important to you!


Click here for a complete listing of all member non profit organizations.

State and Federal Elected Officials


Governor Charlie Baker (R)

Congressman Seth Moulton (D)

U.S. Senators
Edward Markey (D)
Elizabeth Warren (D)

State Senators
Kathleen O'Connor Ives (D)
Bruce Tarr (R)

State Representatives
James Kelcourse (R)
Lenny Mirra (R)