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  • Daily Log 3.6.2017

    An overview of the Cambridge Police department's daily calls for service

  • GIS Data Download Updates

    We've made updates to 7 layers in our GIS Data Dictionary.

  • Daily Log 3.5.2017

    An overview of the Cambridge Police department's daily calls for service March 3-5, 2017.

  • New Acting Fire Chief

    Gerard Mahoney was named Acting Fire Chief of Cambridge Fire Department effective March 5, following the retirement of Fire Chief Gerald Reardon, who was with the City for nearly 40 years.

  • Daily Log 3.2.2017

    An overview of the Cambridge Police department's daily calls for service

  • Daily Log 3.1.2017

    An overview of the Cambridge Police department's daily calls for service

  • Cambridge Crime at Its Lowest Level in 55 Years

    Crime in Cambridge dropped for the sixth consecutive year in 2016 to unprecedented levels not recorded since 1961.

  • Daily Log 2.28.2017

    An overview of the Cambridge Police department's daily calls for service

  • We the People: Local Voices Ask What’s Next

    The Cambridge Public Library and TheEditorial to host panel We the People: Local Voices Ask What’s Next on March 23rd

  • Nominations Sought for 2017 Outstanding City Employee Awards

    The annual awards program recognizes City employees for exemplary performance and contributions that go above and beyond job requirements. The deadline to nominate someone is Friday, April 7, 2017.

  • Housing Information Session March 14

    Come to an informal session to learn about the City's Affordable Rental and Homeownership Programs on Tuesday, March 14 at Trolley Square.

  • Daily Log 2.27.2017

    An overview of the Cambridge Police department's daily calls for service

  • Daily Log 2.26.2017

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service

  • Free Document Shredding Saturday, Mar. 11

    In recognition of National Consumer Protection Week, the Cambridge Consumers' Council is organizing a Free Document Shredding Saturday, Mar. 11, 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., at Cambridge City Hall, 795 Mass. Ave.

  • Participants Sought for Cambridge Works Transitional Jobs Program

    Are you a Cambridge resident, age 18–35, without a college degree, looking for a full-time job? If so, Cambridge Works might be able to help if you’ve had difficulty finding jobs due to limited work experience, gaps in your work history, legal or personal issues.

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