The Alewife Stormwater Wetland project demonstrates how innovative approaches to science, engineering and ecology can concurrently resolve infrastructure problems, enhance the environment and provide open-space resources to the community.
Use our interactive map to find waterplay features in your neighborhood and across the city! Maps contain information about each park, including features and amenities. Begin exploring today.
Enjoy music, performances and entertainment and family friendly movies on a theater size screen. Movies begins at dusk on Wednesdays during July and August. View the full schedule of movies.
It's Summer in the City and Cambridge parks will come alive with music, dance, storytelling, theater, puppetry, movies and more!
Free family Outdoor Series includes: Creative Art & Textile Projects, Family Yoga, African Drumming, Storytelling, Balloon Arts & Face Painting, Magic Show, Juggling & Sing-alongs. Link to more events information.
Mid Cambridge Neighborhood Conservation District Commission Meeting
City of Cambridge Planning Board Meeting
Enjoy free live music at this family-friendly outdoor music event.
The purpose of the hearing will be to take public comment regarding allocation of Community Preservation Act Funds for FY15.
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Cambridge’s Alewife Stormwater Wetland project demonstrates how innovative approaches to science, engineering and ecology can concurrently resolve infrastructure problems, enhance the environment and provide open-space resources to the community.
The BZA meets twice a month on Thursday evenings to review applications for variances and special permits in accordance with Cambridge Zoning Ordinance. Board members also act on appeals to zoning decisions made by the Commissioner of Inspectional Services. Board members also act on appeals to zoning decisions made by the Commissioner of Inspectional Services.
As part of the Predevelopment Phase for the Foundry Project, the City and the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority (“ the CRA”) are continuing to conduct community outreach, to develop the mission and program for the building, and research on development and finance options as well as continuing to explore collaboration with the CRA on these issues. Read the latest update from the City on this project.
The Cambridge Animal Commission urges pet owners to think twice when bringing pets in the car, especially with the hot days of August and September still ahead of us. It is best to leave pets at home if you are running errands and would potentially have to leave your pet in the car.
The new Alumni and Community mentoring program strives to improve the college and career success of recent Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS) alumni by matching them with more experienced alumni and Cambridge community members who share their career interests.
The City of Cambridge encourages and promotes involvement by residents in the decision-making process through participation in a variety of boards and commissions.
Over the coming months, Cambridge residents will start to see the old style streetlights systematically replaced with new LED lights.
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Cambridge MA, 02139
Richard C. Rossi
Lisa C. Peterson
Deputy City Manager