An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service.
The Cambridge Police Department today announced that it has deployed naloxone and a new drug detection instrument to its officers. Both tools, which will give officers the ability to address the opioid epidemic and more effectively identify narcotics.
The Development Log, published quarterly, tracks large-scale residential and commercial development projects currently in the permitting or construction phases in the City of Cambridge.
This map shows flowering trees planted and maintained by the City of Cambridge on streets, in parks and around city buildings that are typically in bloom in April.
Spring is finally here and the Cambridge street trees are showing their beautiful flowers. Check out our new interactive map to find out where the trees are in full bloom.
Open up our Street Tree Map on your phone, enable GPS, and just like that you can walk through the streets of Cambridge and find out what species of trees are surrounding you.
As part of a national initiative aimed at reducing demand for commercial sex and raising awareness about the exploitation of victims in human trafficking, Attorney General Maura Healey has partnered with the Cambridge Police Department and other local law enforcement across the state to charge sex buyers.
A draft version of the City's plans to utilize CDBG, HOME, and ESG grant funding is now available for public feedback.
The Cambridge Police Department and Cambridge Public Health Department are hosting a medication take-back day on Saturday, April 29, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Cambridge Police Department, 125 Sixth Street in Cambridge.
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