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Additional Publications

In addition to the reports and other documents listed in the Publications Directory, the Department produces a number of other reports and newsletters on a regular basis.  These include the following:

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For paper copies and to obtain more information about a publication please contact the Community development Department at 617/349-4600 or CDDat344@cambridgema.gov.


Document Name Description Geography Year
Housing Profile Housing profile providing information through 2010, as available, about housing sales costs, condominium conversions and market rents, including some information by neighborhood. Citywide 2010
How to Do Business with the City of Cambridge 2012 summary of requirements for conducting business with the City of Cambridge. Citywide 2012
Inman Square - Temporary Parking Changes Map of temporary parking changes during Inman Square Intersection Improvements Project. 2019
Inman Square Loyalty Program Map A map of participating businesses in the Inman Square Loyalty Program 2019
Interim Climate Recommendations on Moving Cambridge Forward on Climate Protection This report identifies several priority areas for energy use reduction and on which the city should focus and offers recommendations for implementation and further research. Citywide 2009
Kendall Square Customer Intercept Survey Summary Report 2009 report with results of survey used to develop a better understanding of what Cambridge residents and Central Square customers want in the Kendall Square commercial district. 2011
Lafayette Square Project Post-Construction Evaluation 2009 report evaluating the reconstruction of Lafayette Square and surrounding streets. Citywide 2009
Lechmere Square Public Market Preliminary Feasibility Study 2010 report evaluating proposal to create a year-round public market on the site of the Lechmere MBTA Station, once the station has moved. East Cambridge 2010
Low Carbon Energy Supply Strategy 2018 The purpose of this study was to determine current and future energy demand, assess the potential for renewable energy generation in Cambridge, develop technical scenarios for renewable energy delivery systems, and evaluate the risks, benefits, and feasibility of each scenario along with discussion of potential implementation pathways. Citywide 2018
Mid-Cambridge Neighborhood Study Recommendations from 1998 report by a study committee composed of neighborhood residents working with CDD staff covering housing, land use and zoning, urban design, transportation, open space, institutional uses, and economic development. Mid-Cambridge 1998