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Scaling Up: Cambridge’s Efforts to Expand Access to High-Quality Preschool and Afterschool Programs
The Cambridge Office of Early Childhood Education is spearheading the effort to develop universal preschool through the Cambridge Preschool Program, which will provide free school day, school year preschool to all 4-year-olds in Cambridge and some 3-year-olds with specific needs.
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Cambridge’s Commitment to Affordable Housing: Preserving and Creating Sustainable Communities
In the next year, the City of Cambridge will invest over $46.3 million into affordable housing.
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Cambridge’s Sustainability Initiatives: Addressing Climate Change and Building Resilience
Recognizing the urgent need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect vulnerable communities, the City has implemented a comprehensive set of programs and projects to combat climate change and enhance resilience.
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Prioritizing Urban Safety: A Comprehensive Approach to Complete Streets in Cambridge
The City's commitment to urban safety is not just on repairing damaged roads or improving accessibility, but also on prioritizing safety at dangerous intersections. By the end of this year, the City plans to ban turns on red at most intersections.
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City Manager's Message
An overview message from the City Manager outlining the budget process, the City's financial stability and the importance of transparency on how we spend our money
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Cambridge Seeks to Build a Foundation of Antiracism, Equity, and Inclusion
Cambridge seeks to build a community where equity is the foundations and inclusion is represented in our intentional actions
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2024 Resident Parking Permit Photo Contest
Submit your images depicting City buildings, landmarks, and the beauty of Cambridge to the 2024 Cambridge Resident Parking Permit contest. The winning photo will be featured in the 2024 Resident Parking Permit sticker.
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Apply for Financial Support from Rise Up Cambridge by July 31, 2023
The Rise Up Cambridge program empowers residents to decide how to best meet their basic needs and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Cambridge is utilizing the direct cash assistance approach to positively impact some of its most vulnerable families as they strive for economic stability, access to education and opportunity, and improved health.
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Be the Best Neighbor Throw a Great Block Party
It's easy to host block parties in Cambridge! There's no application fee and the City of Cambridge offers $200 awards and free Play Streets kits to support your celebration.
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