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Participatory Budgeting


Make Your Voice Heard!

Vote for Projects to Improve Cambridge
Dec. 1-11, 2022

Participatory Budgeting

Vote for Projects to Improve Cambridge
Dec. 1-11, 2022

Make Your Voice Heard!

Make Your Voice Heard!

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  • PRESENTATION OF HOUSING STUDY FINDINGS

    The City partnered with the National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities (NIMC) at Case Western Reserve University to undertake a study to learn about Cambridge residents’ experience in their buildings and communities, focusing on their experience of social inclusion and bias,

  • Participatory Budgeting Voting Event - Vote on Projects to Improve Cambridge Today

    Participatory Budgeting is a democratic process that empowers community members to decide how to spend part of a public budget. In June and July 2022, community members submitted 1,320 ideas on how to spend $1 million of the City of Cambridge’s FY24 Capital Budget.

  • Voices of Poetry in Cambridge

    Join us for an afternoon of exceptional poetry and music, featuring poetry by Mary Buchinger, Tom Daley, Chard DeNiord, Paul Nemser, and Tzynya Pinchback. Music will be played by guitarist, composer, and musicologist Sebastien Jean. The City of Cambridge does not discriminate on the basis of disability. The Cambridge Public Library will provide auxiliary aids and services, written materials in alternative formats, and reasonable modifications in policies and procedures to persons with disabilities upon request. Registration is encouraged, but not required.

  • PRESENTATION OF HOUSING STUDY FINDINGS

    The City partnered with the National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities (NIMC) at Case Western Reserve University to undertake a study to learn about Cambridge residents’ experience in their buildings and communities, focusing on their experience of social inclusion and bias,

  • Participatory Budgeting Voting Event - Vote on Projects to Improve Cambridge Today

    Participatory Budgeting is a democratic process that empowers community members to decide how to spend part of a public budget. In June and July 2022, community members submitted 1,320 ideas on how to spend $1 million of the City of Cambridge’s FY24 Capital Budget.

  • Voices of Poetry in Cambridge

    Join us for an afternoon of exceptional poetry and music, featuring poetry by Mary Buchinger, Tom Daley, Chard DeNiord, Paul Nemser, and Tzynya Pinchback. Music will be played by guitarist, composer, and musicologist Sebastien Jean. The City of Cambridge does not discriminate on the basis of disability. The Cambridge Public Library will provide auxiliary aids and services, written materials in alternative formats, and reasonable modifications in policies and procedures to persons with disabilities upon request. Registration is encouraged, but not required.

  • PRESENTATION OF HOUSING STUDY FINDINGS

    The City partnered with the National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities (NIMC) at Case Western Reserve University to undertake a study to learn about Cambridge residents’ experience in their buildings and communities, focusing on their experience of social inclusion and bias,

  • Participatory Budgeting Voting Event - Vote on Projects to Improve Cambridge Today

    Participatory Budgeting is a democratic process that empowers community members to decide how to spend part of a public budget. In June and July 2022, community members submitted 1,320 ideas on how to spend $1 million of the City of Cambridge’s FY24 Capital Budget.

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