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  • Daily Log 2.1.2023

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service for February 1 , 2023
  • Kendall Square Construction Projects

    Learn more about all of the active construction projects, including private development and City of Cambridge infrastructure work taking place in the Kendall Square Area. Some of these projects include Galileo Galilei Way & Broadway Streetscape Binney Park, Lechmere MBTA Station, CambridgeSide, 161 First St., 325 Main St. 600 Main Street, Binney Park, Volpe Federal Building, The Foundry, 40 Thorndike St.
  • Recent Mental Health Responses and Coordinated Approaches

    Four notable public safety responses have occurred since Friday. Each response involved residents who were struggling with mental health issues. Three of the four involved residents were armed. Each situation was resolved peacefully without any injuries to anyone involved and the residents were transported to local hospitals for evaluation and treatment.
  • Boston, Cambridge and Somerville Launch Regional Effort to Protect and Plan for Arts Spaces

    'Making Space for Art' is supported by $140,000 Grant from Metropolitan Area Planning Council
  • Daily Log 1.31.2023

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service for January 31st, 2023
  • City of Cambridge Releases Report from Needs Assessment on Domestic Violence Survivors of Color

    In partnership with Start By Talking, LLC (SBT) and Transition House, the City of Cambridge conducted a needs assessment to evaluate and clarify justice needs for survivors of color who have experienced domestic and gender-based violence.
  • Bitter Cold Weather is Coming. Information on Shelters, Winter Warming Center, Places to Stay Warm, and Extreme Cold Safety Tips

    In anticipation of the extremely cold weather this weekend, the City of Cambridge is expanding capacity at shelters and offering important safety tips. The Winter Warming Center, located in the basement of 806 Massachusetts Ave. will be open on Saturday, Feb. 4. Libraries will also be open for regular hours over the weekend. Limit outdoor time for the whole family, including pets. If you go outside, dress in layers and cover exposed skin. Wear a hat and mittens (not gloves). Cover your mouth with a scarf to protect your lungs. When outside, stay active to maintain body heat and take frequent breaks from the cold.
  • Attention Artists: Vacant Storefront Creative Design Contest Returns

    Local artists are invited to submit their work to be featured in vacant storefronts in Cambridge.
  • Daily Log 1.30.2023

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service for January 30th, 2023
  • Bus trips on north Mass Ave faster, more consistent with bus lanes

    An analysis shows that average travel time for Route 77 buses between Dudley Street and Alewife Brook Parkway significantly decreased after bus lanes were added. Bus travel times also became more consistent and predictable throughout the day.
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