1/16/2019 7:27 p.m. There will be emergency demolition work that will begin tonight, January 16, beginning at approximately 8pm.  This work is to demolish the fire damaged building at the corner of Cambridge Street and Hunting Street. The demolition is expected to be completed by midnight, however, crews will be working into the early morning to secure and cover the site. No debris will be removed this evening. Residents can expect the area to be illuminated and noise from machinery conducting the work. The Cambridge Fire Department, Inspectional Services, and the Department of Public Works will be on scene. If you have questions about this emergency demolition, please call the emergency communications center at 617-349-3300. Since the building is unsafe it has be removed immediately. 


May is Bike Month

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National Bike Month Kicks Off!

City of Cambridge Hosts Events & Provides Giveaways All Month Long

May is Bike Month and we're celebrating. The City of Cambridge will be giving away free bike lights & reflective gear, hosting bike education workshops, and decorating bikes at more than a dozen outreach events (see full listing below) throughout the city. We are also giving away educational materials and other gear to help you get around by bike comfortably and safely.



To register for Bicycle Education Workshops, email

Cyclists in Cambridge

For More Information

For more information on biking in Cambridge, visit our website.  For more information on bicycle education, contact Jennifer Lawrence at 617-349-4671 or

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