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NOTICE: DPW offices at 147 Hampshire St. are open to the public, by appointment only, on Mondays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Appointments can be made by phone at 617-349-4800 or by email at theworks@cambridgema.gov. Individual staff are also available for appointments outside of these hours as needed; please contact the office with the details of your issue, and we will coordinate with the appropriate staff member. Many DPW services can be provided online, and DPW phones are staffed 24/7 to respond to urgent concerns.

Indigenous People's Day Service Information

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Cambridge, MA, October 1, 2019 – In observance of the Indigenous Peoples' Day Holiday on Monday, Oct. 14,  2019, Cambridge city offices, libraries, and senior centers will be closed. Payments will not be required at City of Cambridge parking meters and parking meter pay stations, and there will be no trash, recycling, or compost pickup, and no street cleaning. 

 

The trash, recycling, and compost daily pickup routes will be one day behind schedule for the rest of that week. Regularly scheduled street cleaning routes for Oct. 14 were swept on Sept. 30. The offices at Cambridge Cemetery, 76 Coolidge Ave., will be closed on the holiday, however the gates will be open from dawn to dusk.

 

Residents can find their curbside collections, street cleaning schedules, construction updates, and other useful information on the Public Works website, CambridgeMA.Gov/theworks

 

Reminders related to above City services are available by text message, email, or app notifications by downloading the “Zero Waste Cambridge” app for iPhone/Android. Users can also register to receive reminders for the above services, as well as other City notifications, such as emergency and crime alerts via text or email at CambridgeMA.Gov/Subscribe. 


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