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  • Sennott Park Opening Celebration Saturday, September 30

    Join us for a celebration marking the completion of the Sennott Park Renovation Project this Saturday, September 30, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Explore the new amenities, enjoy free ice cream, and get your face painted for a memorable day in this rejuvenated park.
  • Daily Log for 9.24.2023

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service for September 22nd - September 24th, 2023.
  • Cambridge 3D Story

    Cambridge 3D has come a long way in 10 years. Explore the Cambridge 3D Story web scene to see all of these visualizations in one place.
  • Director's Update, September 24, 2023

    Cambridge Science Festival, Teen Advisory Board, Fresh Pond Nature Walk, and More!
  • Free COVID-19 Rapid Tests from the Federal Government

    Beginning Monday, September 25, every U.S. household can place an order to receive four free COVID-19 rapid tests delivered directly to their home by mail. To order tests, visit covidtests.gov. Cambridge residents can also pick up free rapid tests from the Cambridge Public Health Department at 119 Windsor Street while supplies last.
  • Cambridge Flu and COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

    Cambridge Public Health Department will soon be offering flu and COVID-19 vaccines, as available, for all eligible residents. Everyone 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine with rare exceptions. Vaccination is recommended for all who are eligible because it can reduce flu illnesses, visits to doctors’ offices, and missed work and school due to flu. It can also make symptoms less severe and reduce flu-related hospitalizations and deaths. A flu vaccine is particularly important for people who are at higher risk of serious complications from influenza.
  • Partial Roadway Milling and Paving of Various Locations beginning September 26

    Beginning September 26th, weather permitting, the City’s contractor, E J Paving, will be performing partial roadway milling (grinding) and paving operations to enhance the road conditions on several sections of streets around the City. The roadway grinding operation at each location is expected take two days followed by paving of the roadway later that same week, or the following week (weather permitting).
  • Daily Log for 9.21.2023

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service.
  • Week of September 24: Expect Traffic Impacts Due to Road Closures

    Expect traffic impacts due to road closures in Neighborhood Nine, North Cambridge, Mid-Cambridge, and Riverside.
  • Central Square City Lots Study - Public Meeting 1

    This will be the first public meeting for the study of city-owned property in Central Square.
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