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City Council Property Tax Rate Classification


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2nd Floor Sullivan Chamber
795 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139

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Public Hearing Notice


City of Cambridge, Massachusetts


The Cambridge City Council will conduct a public hearing related to setting the property tax rate classification on Monday, October 2, 2023, at 6:30 p.m. This public hearing will be hybrid allowing participation in the Sullivan Chamber, Second Floor, City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA and remotely via ZOOM. The purpose of said public hearing is to gather testimony, information and public input concerning the property tax rate classification.  All persons wishing to be heard shall be afforded the opportunity.


Under the laws of the Commonwealth, the City has the option of taxing residential and

commercial/industrial property at different tax rates.  At this public meeting, the City Council will review tax rates/classifications proposed by the City Manager and the Board of Assessors.  The votes taken will result in property tax rates that reflect the city’s property tax levy for Fiscal Year 2024, including the granting of the residential exemption.


The ZOOM URL to view the meeting is https://cambridgema.zoom.us/s/97895847144If you would like to speak at this Public Hearing, please register to do so using this URL:


The City of Cambridge will provide reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities upon request.  Please contact the City Clerk at 617-349-4260 or at DLeBlanc@Cambridgema.gov.         


By Order of the City Council,

Diane P. LeBlanc

City Clerk







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