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  • Daily Log 02.25.2021

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service for February 25, 2021

  • Cambridge 2020 Serious Crime Review

    During an unprecedented year of economic shutdowns and social distancing in 2020, the City of Cambridge experienced an 8% increase in total Part 1 Crimes.

  • Learn about Community Learning Center's Programs

    Learn about the Community Learning Center's Programs at Virtual Information Sessions

  • City of Cambridge to Advance to Phase III, Step 2 of Commonwealth's Reopening Plan on March 1, 2021, with Limited Exceptions

    The City of Cambridge announced that, effective Monday, March 1, 2021, the City will advance with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Phase III, Step 2 of the Commonwealth’s reopening plan, with limited exceptions. An Emergency Order will be issued today by the City prohibiting live musical performances at restaurants until further notice and delaying the opening of indoor performance venues until March 22, 2021. Prior to opening, indoor performance venues will also need approval from the City of Cambridge Inspectional Services Department.

  • $119,882 In Cambridge Arts Grants Support Local Music, Dance, Videos, Literature

    Funded Cambridge projects highlight Indian poetry, Puerto Rican elders, voting rights, queer lives, climate change, and the Charles River. Grant-funded projects range from a queer Bible musical to a locally-made comics festival to a documentary about Rodney’s Bookstore and Central Square.

  • Daily Log 2.24.2021

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service for February 24, 2021

  • Remote Printing Service

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  • Members Sought for City of Cambridge Police Review & Advisory Board

    The Police Review & Advisory Board was established by City Ordinance in 1984 to: Provide for citizen participation in reviewing Cambridge Police Department policies, practices, and procedures; Provide a prompt, impartial and fair investigation of complaints brought by individuals against members of the Cambridge Police Department; and Develop programs and strategies to promote positive police/community relations and provide opportunities for productive discussions, improved understanding, and innovative ways of resolving differences.

  • Baker-Polito Administration Announces Plans for Continued Reopening

    The Baker-Polito Administration announced that Massachusetts would advance to Step 2 of Phase III of the state’s reopening plan on Monday, March 1, and also announced its plan to transition to Step 1 of Phase IV on Monday, March 22. With public health metrics continuing to trend in a positive direction, including drops in average daily COVID cases and hospitalizations, and vaccination rates continuing to increase, the Administration is taking steps to continue to reopen the Commonwealth’s economy.

  • Information on Volunteering in the Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Effort

    As COVID-19 vaccination efforts continue to ramp up in the Commonwealth, we are working to match both clinical and non-clinical volunteers to vaccination sites where they can offer important assistance based on site specific needs We are also building lists of potential volunteers to maximize overall response efforts.

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