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  • Daily Log 4.2.2020

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service for April 2, 2020.

  • Submitting Nomination Papers During Election Commission Office Closure

    Update regarding submitting nomination papers for the 2020 State Primary and Election

  • City of Cambridge Issues Emergency Temporary Eviction Enforcement Order

    Today, City of Cambridge Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui, City Manager Louis A. DePasquale, and Commissioner of Public Health Dr. Assaad J. Sayah announced an Emergency Order “Establishing a Moratorium on Eviction Enforcement and Non-Essential Entry by Property Owners and Their Agents Into Occupied Dwelling Units in the City of Cambridge” for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Daily Log 4.1.2020

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service for April 1, 2020.

  • Information on the Federal Economic Relief Package

    On Friday, March 27, President Donald Trump signed into law a $2 trillion economic stimulus package known as the CARES Act to provide relief to residents and businesses impacted by the COVID-19 public health crisis. Below, please find a frequently asked questions resource that aims to provide clarity on how you or your business may benefit from this bill.

  • City of Cambridge Issues Mandatory Guidelines for Approved Construction Activity

    The City of Cambridge has confirmed that its Temporary Emergency Construction Moratorium, which was originally instituted on March 18, 2020 on all construction activity for both public and private property will remain in place. Additionally, the City today released guidance to contractors that are approved to work during the moratorium. This new guidance is part of the City’s continuing efforts and commitments to safeguard the health of construction workers, all other workers associated with the construction industry and members of the public.

  • In Midst of COVID-19, CPD Reminds Community of Available Domestic Violence Resources

    Available Domestic Violence resources from the Cambridge Police Department (CPD) during COVID-19 Pandemic.

  • Governor Baker Extends "Stay at Home" Advisory to May 4

    On March 31, Governor Baker extended the stay-at-home advisory and non-essential business closure that was set to expire on April 7 until May 4, the same date that schools are to remain closed until. The 10-person limit on gatherings in the state has been extended as well, following a similar extension by the federal government.

  • Daily Log 03.31.2020

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service for March 31, 2020.

  • Cambridge Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant

    Learn more about the new Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant

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