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9/19/2018 5:51 p.m. Traffic Alert: Expect some traffic impacts from Paddy’s Cambridge Classic 5K Road Race Sunday Sept. 23, 10 a.m. Walden St. will be closed between Garden and Sherman streets from 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.  There will be rolling road closures of the streets along the race route to allow the runners to pass safely through the course.  More details »

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City Council Meeting Information

Access all current meetings of the City Council via our Open Meeting Portal.

City Council617-349-4280

City of Cambridge Scholarship Fund

The City of Cambridge Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to Cambridge residents who wish to pursue post secondary education.

Finance617-349-4220

Common Victualler Licenses

A Common Victualler License is issued by the Cambridge License Commission and governed by Massachusetts General Laws, Ch. 140, Sec. 2-9. Every food service establishment in the City of Cambridge with capabilities for cooking, preparing, and serving food is required to have a Common Victualler License.

License617-349-6140
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Commonwealth Connect

Commonwealth Connect is your direct connection for commonly requested City services.

Public Works617-349-4800

Community Gardens

There are 14 active community gardens located throughout the City. They are divided into plots and shared by groups of residents.

Public Works617-349-4800

Community School Program

Community Schools provide a network of neighborhood based services offering educational, cultural, social and recreational opportunities for all age groups.

Human Service Programs617-349-6200

Complaint Process

The Consumers' Council provides direct individual case services when a consumer files a written complaint.

Consumers' Council617-349-6150

Consumer Resources

Consumer publications can be helpful resources of information for consumers.

Consumers' Council617-349-6150

Curbside Collections

The City provides weekly curbside pickup of household trash, recycling, compost, and yard waste.

Public Works617-349-4800

Curbside Composting

In 2009, the City set a goal to reduce residential trash disposal by 30% by 2020, and by 80% by 2050. With that goal in mind, the City expanded curbside compost to all buildings with 1 to 12 units. 25,000 households (8,100 buildings) are now eligible to participate.

Public Works617-349-4800
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