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  • Daily Log 12.12.2019

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service December 12, 2019.

  • Daily Log 12.11.2019

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service December 11, 2019.

  • Human Services Commission Vacancy

    The Commission advises the City Manager and the Assistant City Manager for Human Services on human services policy issues, needs assessment, and funding allocations. With the Department of Human Service Programs, the Commission also promotes activities that enhance the quality of life for Cambridge residents.

  • 45th Annual MLK Day Celebration

    Event Scheduled for Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. at the Central Square Branch

  • Daily Log 12.10.2019

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service December 10, 2019.

  • Long-Time Grandparent Scam Resurfaces in Cambridge

    A long-time scam that has victimized our senior residents in the past has recently resurfaced in Cambridge and we want the community to be aware of it to help prevent future victimization.

  • Eight Participatory Budgeting Projects to receive $1.125 million in FY21 Capital Funds

    Winning Projects were: 1. Close the Canopy ($200,000); 2. Water Bottle Filling Stations for Major Squares ($150,000); 3. Laundry Access in Public Schools ($50,000); 4. Pedestrian-Controlled Crosswalk Lights ($150,000); 5. Extend Outdoor WiFi ($50,000); 6. Make City Bloom with a Habitat Corridor ($75,000); 7. Keeping Cambridge Clean ($100,000); and 8. Public Bathroom ($350,000)

  • Curbside Collection of Christmas Trees Jan. 6-17, weather permitting

    Cambridge City offices will be closed Dec. 24 and 25 in observance of the Christmas holidays and on Jan. 1 in observance of New Year's Day. Curbside collection of bare Christmas trees is Jan. 6-17, weather permitting.

  • Use De-icers Smartly and Sparingly

    You can help stop water pollution and protect our trees by using de-icer smartly and sparingly this winter season.

  • A Proactive Approach to Winter Travel Safety

    After the success of last year’s brine pilot program, Public Works is building a new brine farm to make enough brine in-house to treat additional parts of the City.

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