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  • Mayor to Hold Walk-In Office Hours in The Port Neighborhood

    Mayor Marc McGovern will be holding his first satellite walk-in office hours at Izzy’s Restaurant, 169 Harvard Street, to expand outreach to The Port neighborhood. Walk-in office hours are scheduled for May 7, May 28, June 11, and June 25, with a potential for more opportunities at a new location in The Port.

  • Mayor Sponsored Citywide Baseball Clinics a Success

    Press release on The Cambridge Youth Baseball Committee successfully completed a free series of Citywide Baseball Clinics for area youth last month, capping off an initiative launched by Cambridge Mayor Marc C. McGovern and leadership representing the city’s four little baseball league divisions (Central, East, North, West).

  • Open Mic Night Black History Month Celebration Feb. 28 at City Hall

    Community members are invited to contribute through song, dance, spoken word, poetry readings, photography, and other art forms, or simply participate as an audience member.

  • Warm Hearts Warm Feet Sock Drive

    The “Warm Hearts for Warm Feet Wool Sock Drive” is continuing for the second year in a row. From Monday, January 28, until Thursday, February 14, residents can drop of new pairs of men’s and women’s wool socks to Cambridge City Hall at 795 Massachusetts Ave or Cambridge Police Headquarters at 125 Sixth St. The drive is being conducted in conjunction with CASPAR & Bay Cove Human Services, the Mayor’s Office, City Council, and Cambridge Police Department to aid those in our community who are experiencing homelessness this winter.

  • Cambridge Digs DEEP III Equity Inventory

    The third conversation of the Cambridge Digs Deep series, titled “Equity Inventory: Inclusive Policies and Practices Across Cambridge City Departments,” will be held on Thursday, February 7, 2019, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Sullivan Chamber of City Hall.

  • Federal Shutdown Resource Connector

    Mayor Marc C. McGovern is convening a Resource Connector for residents impacted by the prolonged federal shutdown on Monday, January 28, from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at City Hall. Representatives from numerous municipal and congressional offices will be on hand to answer questions residents might have about federal assistance programs, such as EBT benefits and Section 8 vouchers, and to connect individuals to available resources and programs.

  • Mayor's Disaster Relief Fund and Update on Four-Alarm Fire on Cambridge and Hunting Streets

    The City of Cambridge has set up a Disaster Relief Fund to help families impacted by the Four-Alarm fire on Cambridge and Hunting Streets on Jan 14. 2019.

  • Mayor McGovern Leads Fact-Finding Mission to Montreal

    Mayor Marc McGovern will lead a delegation of Cambridge officials to explore Montreal’s supervised injection service (SIS) locations on Thursday, January 17, and Friday, January 18, 2019. By meeting with SIS operators, city officials, and community leaders, the Mayor hopes to understand Montreal’s experience putting into practice opioid-use related harm reduction strategies, the impact those policies have had on individuals with opioid addiction, how SIS facilities interact with the surrounding neighborhoods, and the provincial-municipal partnerships that support SIS operations.

  • Cambridge Community Invited to the 2018 State of the City Address

    Mayor Marc C. McGovern and City Manager Louis A. DePasquale will deliver their State of the City Addresses on Wednesday, December 12, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. in the Sullivan Chamber of City Hall. The event is free and open to the public. A welcome reception will be held at 5:30 p.m.

  • Cambridge to Dig DEEP for Racial Equity

    Press release on the schedule for DEEP conversations on racial equity.

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