Q&A with New City Manager Yi-An Huang
Cambridge welcomes new City Manager Yi-An Huang
City of Cambridge Response to COVID-19 Pandemic Continued through FY22
Since March 2020, the City and its partners have made enormous strides in the fight against COVID-19 and its subsequent variants. As of May 2022, over 93% of Cambridge residents have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 77% are fully vaccinated. The City has built the necessary public health, communications, testing, and vaccine infrastructure needed to scale operations quickly to meet any emerging need in Cambridge.
FY22 Cambridge Numbers at a Glance
Some data showing the investments made in FY22 as well as program funding, benchmarks, achievement, and more.
Message from the City Manager
A message from City Manager Louis A. DePasquale on the strength of this City and how departments, leadership, and staff work collaboratively with our elected officials.
City Manager's Message
City Manager Louis A. DePasquale's final message as City Manager
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