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Commercial Security Assessment

A security assessment is a critical on-site examination and analysis designed to make recommendations for security-related improvements.

Cambridge Police617-349-3300

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

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 Learning Center

The Community Learning Center (CLC) offers free classes for adults in the morning, afternoon, and evening.

Human Service Programs617-349-6200

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

Conservation Commission

The Commission administers the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act (310 CMR 10.0), reviewing, permitting and inspecting projects in or adjacent to Cambridge’s wetlands, floodplains and water bodies.

Public Works617-349-4800

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, and compost.

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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