Revere got its name from the famous Paul Revere, who is famous for his role in the Revolutionary War when he rode through the night to warn his fellow colonists of the British army’s presence.
Today, the City of Revere has official town lines that stretch along the borders of neighboring cities on its south, west, and northern borders, as well as tons of beachfront access to the Atlantic Ocean on its east.
Revere currently has around 52,000 residents, many of whom live and work within the town. Revere is also home to locally famous places of interest, like Kelly’s Roast Beef Diner, Necco, and Revere Beach, which is the oldest beach in the United States.
With nearly 41% of Revere’s land dedicated to water, there’s no question that this is an authentic coastal town. Living coast side has its own set of perks, like having instant access to unlimited beach days during the summer months. However, Revere residents aren’t the only ones who love living by the beach: So do many pests.