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Sciarappa St Reconstruction Project

 Sciarappa Street from Charles St. to Winter St. is scheduled for reconstruction in 2022 as part of the City's Five Year Plan for Sidewalk and Street Reconstruction.
 

Community Meeting Notice: Sciarappa Street Reconstruction Project Community Meeting Wednesday, June 1st at 6PM

Sciarappa Street between Charles St. and Winter St. is scheduled for upcoming street and sidewalk reconstruction as part of the City’s 5 Year Plan.

The Department of Public Works and the City’s Community Development Department will be hosting a virtual community meeting on Wednesday, June 1st from 6PM-7:30PM to discuss the Sciarappa Street Reconstruction Project.

You can register in advance for the meeting through this link :

https://cambridgema.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_joz9IUr1SyqqmQc3emyxjw


The focus of this meeting review initial draft plans for the street. The project is part of the City’s Complete Streets initiative to design and operate streets that are safe for all users including pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and public transit users. We encourage you to attend, as we value the feedback we receive from Cambridge residents and businesses.

Information and Assistance:

The City of Cambridge does not discriminate on the basis of disability. The City of Cambridge will provide auxiliary aids and services, written materials in alternative format, and reasonable modifications in policies upon request.

For more information on the project, please contact Melissa Miguel, Supervising Engineer, at 617-349-9351/ mmiguel@cambridgema.gov.

For traffic calming information please contact Juan P. Avendano, Traffic Calming Project Manager, at 617-349-4655 / javendano@cambridgema.gov.

To receive future updates via email, please contact Kate Riley, Community Relations Manager, at 617-349-4870 / kriley@cambridgema.gov.


Community presentation now available to view. Provide your questions or feedback ahead of the December 7th meeting by emailing kriley@cambridgema.gov


Community Meeting Notice: Sciarappa Street Reconstruction Project Community Meeting Tuesday, December 7th at 6PM

Sciarappa Street, between Charles St. and Winter St., is scheduled for upcoming street and sidewalk reconstruction as part of the City’s 5 Year Plan.

The Department of Public Works and the City’s Community Development Department will be hosting a virtual community meeting on Tuesday, December 7th from 6PM-7:30PM discuss the Sciarappa Street Reconstruction Project.

You can register in advance for the meeting through this link:
https://cambridgema.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JfUBKs1eSPmcyJD_o4kPwA

The focus of this meeting will be to hear neighbors’ concerns and provide information about options for the street. The project is part of the City’s Complete Streets initiative to design and operate streets that are safe for all users including pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and public transit users. We encourage you to attend, as we value the feedback we receive from Cambridge residents and businesses.

The presentation will be posted to the in advance of the meeting on Monday, December 6th to the project page: https://www.cambridgema.gov/Departments/publicworks/cityprojects/2021/sciarappastreconstructionproject . For those interested in submitting questions in advance, they can be sent to kriley@cambridgema.gov . Questions can also be submitted during the live Q&A portion of the meeting on Tuesday, December 7th at 6:00 PM.

Information and Assistance:

The City of Cambridge does not discriminate on the basis of disability. The City of Cambridge will provide auxiliary aids and services, written materials in alternative format, and reasonable modifications in policies upon request. For more information about the project, please contact Melissa Miguel, Supervising Engineer, at 617-349-9351/ mmiguel@cambridgema.gov or for Traffic Calming information contact Juan P. Avendano, Community Development Project Manager, at 617-349-4655 / javendano@cambridgema.gov. To receive future updates via email, please contact Kate Riley, Community Relations Manager, at kriley@cambridgema.gov / 617-349-4870.


Please note: the community meeting schedule for Wednesday, November 10th has been cancelled. It will be rescheduled to a date in the future. 


Community Meeting Notice: Sciarappa Street Reconstruction Project Community Meeting Wednesday, November 10th at 6PM

Sciarappa Street, between Charles St. and Winter St., is scheduled for upcoming street and sidewalk reconstruction as part of the City’s 5 Year Plan.

The Department of Public Works and the City’s Community Development Department will be hosting a virtual community meeting on Wednesday, November 10th from 6PM-7:30PM to discuss the Sciarappa Street Reconstruction Project.


You can register in advance for the meeting through this link:

https://cambridgema.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_TSMFHBVWSrSH7b9LiljMyA

The focus of this meeting will be to hear neighbors’ concerns and provide information about options for the street. The project is part of the City’s Complete Streets initiative to design and operate streets that are safe for all users including pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and public transit users. We encourage you to attend, as we value the feedback we receive from Cambridge residents and businesses.

The presentation will be posted to the in advance of the meeting on Monday, November 8th to the project page: https://www.cambridgema.gov/Departments/publicworks/cityprojects/2021/sciarappastreconstructionproject . For those interested in submitting questions in advance, they can be sent to kriley@cambridgema.gov . Questions can also be submitted during the live Q&A portion of the meeting on Wednesday, November 10th at 6:00 PM.

Information and Assistance:

The City of Cambridge does not discriminate on the basis of disability. The City of Cambridge will provide auxiliary aids and services, written materials in alternative format, and reasonable modifications in policies upon request. For more information about the project, please contact Melissa Miguel, Supervising Engineer, at 617-349-9351/ mmiguel@cambridgema.gov or for Traffic Calming information contact Juan P. Avendano, Community Development Project Manager, at 617-349-4655 / javendano@cambridgema.gov. To receive future updates via email, please contact Kate Riley, Community Relations Manager, at kriley@cambridgema.gov / 617-349-4870.


In Fall 2021 the City will begin the community process for this project. Please stay tuned for more details.
 

  • Fall 2021: Community Process
  • Winter 2022 – Fall 2022: Design process and continued community process
  • Fall 2022-Winter 2023: project bid and initial construction
  • Spring 2023 – Spring 2024: Project construction
     

 
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