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  • 7/30/2020

    Free Bluebikes Passes for Grocery, Pharmacy, Restaurant, and Retail Workers

    The City of Cambridge, in partnership with the municipalities of Boston, Brookline, Everett, and Somerville, announced the availability of free Bluebikes passes to essential workers employed at grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, and local retail shops.

  • 7/28/2020

    Discover Our Parks and Playgrounds!

    Cambridge has over 80 parks and open spaces. This guide lists parks and open spaces throughout the city and includes neighborhood maps to help you find them. Explore a new park today!

  • 7/20/2020

    Housing Stabilization Program Funds Available for Cambridge Residents Facing Housing Instability

    The City of Cambridge COVID-19 Housing Stabilization Program serves to provide short term financial assistance to individuals and families in Cambridge who are experiencing housing instability due to the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • 7/17/2020

    Housing Division Resources Continue to be Available

    CDD’s Housing Division continues to work with applicants looking for affordable rental and homeownership housing.

  • 7/2/2020

    Small Business COVID-19 Webinars

    The SBA, SCORE, and other local business organizations are offering a variety of small business education sessions around COVID-19 topics. Learn about these upcoming opportunities and more. Unless otherwise noted, these programs are not presented by the City of Cambridge.

  • 7/1/2020

    Cambridge's Community Benefits Advisory Committee to Offer $1 Million in Grants to Eligible Nonprofit Organizations

    The Community Benefits Advisory Committee (CBAC) will be issuing an application for $10,000 grants for up to 100 eligible 501c3 nonprofit organizations. The grants will support services to vulnerable Cambridge residents during the COVID-19 emergency and recovery.

  • 7/1/2020

    Cambridge Together Apart

    Covid-19 has prompted us to rethink how we can come together as a community during difficult times while maintaining a safe physical distance. Our porches, windows, sidewalks, doorways, or front yards can serve as platforms for self-expression, connection, and solidarity. During the month of July, the City of Cambridge encourages you to connect with your neighbors from afar by making use of these spaces.

  • 6/8/2020

    Cambridge Planning Board will hold meetings with Remote Participation beginning June 16

    Meetings of the Planning Board will be held with remote participation until further notice. Meetings will be closed to in-person attendance.

  • 5/21/2020

    New Development Log Available - 2020 First Quarter

    The Development Log, published quarterly, tracks large-scale residential, commercial and institutional development projects currently in the permitting or construction phases in the City of Cambridge.

  • 5/18/2020

    Substantial Amendment to Annual Action Plan

    Legal Notice for Public Comment on a Substantial Amendment to the City’s FY2020 One Year Action Plan. The City will receive additional funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development through the CARES Act in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Residents have until May 26 to provide comments.

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