A Snow Emergency Parking Ban will go into effect at 5 am on Monday, February 2nd. Parking is prohibited on streets signed No Parking during Snow Emergency. Towing operations will begin at this time.
Beginning at 4 pm Sunday, February 1st, our free off-street parking program, which is available only to Cambridge residents with Resident Parking Permits issued by the Department of Traffic, Parking and Transportation, will go into effect. View list of snow emergency off-street parking locations.
Please note, the Green Street Garage is full at this time.
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The biannual telephone survey was conducted over a two week period in September 2014 by Opinion Dynamics Corporation, a national public opinion research firm, based in Waltham MA. Link to overview.
Cambridge Public Library was one of 11 buildings nationwide to receive the prestigious 2015 National Honor Award for Architecture from the American Institute of Architects.
With snow season upon us, it is important to keep city sidewalks and streets free from snow and ice. Learn how you can help keep Cambridge a walking city all year round.
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Cambridge Super Bowl Viewing Party – A family friendly viewing event hosted on the big screen by Microsoft NERD, in the heart of Kendall Sq. Come in out of the cold and support the home team! 1 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA
Regular City Council Meeting
Avon Hill NCD Commission Meeting
CANCELED: Mid Cambridge Neighborhood Conservation District Meeting
If you are an owner, condo trustee, or property manager of a residential building with 50 or more units or a non-residential building with 50,000 square feet or more in Cambridge, there are new energy use reporting requirements that may apply to your property.
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As the snowfall continues, residents and property owners are reminded to clear sidewalks in front of their property, making a path wide enough for someone using a wheelchair, walker, or stroller (at least 3 feet, preferably 4 feet wide). Corner properties must clear sidewalks on all sides surrounding the property and clear ramps at cross-walks.
If you didn't get a chance to renew your 2014 permit due to the blizzard and closure of City buildings, we are extending the expiration of 2014 Permits through Wednesday, Feb. 4 to allow three additional days for residents to apply for 2015 permits.
Traffic will be disrupted in the Kendall Square Area from 10-11 a.m. for this 5 mile run that departs West on Athenaeum St, LEFT on 3rd St, RIGHT on Broadway, RIGHT on Quincy St, RIGHT on Cambridge St, RIGHT on 1st St, RIGHT on Spring St, LEFT on 3rd St, LEFT on Linskey Way, RIGHT on 1st St, RIGHT on Athenaeum to finish.
The Cambridge Public Health Department will be hosting a panel discussion on fluoridation of the City’s drinking water supply, with an opportunity for public comments and questions following a brief overview and panel discussion.
The panel will include:
Deborah Klein Walker, Cambridge Board of Health Chair and former Asst. Commissioner Massachusetts Department of Public Health; Dr. Myron Allukian Jr., Harvard professor of public and President Mass. Coalition for Oral Health; Dr. David Brumley, chair of the Duxbury Board of Health and a practicing family practitioner; and
Sam Lipson, Director of Environmental Health at the Cambridge Public Health Department.
If you are an owner, condo trustee, or property manager of a residential building with 50 or more units or a non-residential building with 50,000 square feet or more in Cambridge, there are new energy use reporting requirements that may apply to your property. Training Session Feb. 3
The City of Cambridge will hold a free, Walk-In Information Session on affordable rental & homeownership programs Monday, Feb. 9, from 6 - 8 p.m., at North Cambridge Senior Center, 2050 Mass. Ave.
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Cambridge MA, 02139
Richard C. Rossi
Lisa C. Peterson
Deputy City Manager