City officials will mark the opening of Cambridge’s first free-standing public toilet in a Friday event.
A free workshop on “The Impact of Violent Media and Child Development” is scheduled for Wednesday, offered by vice mayor Marc McGovern and the Cambridge Public Schools Title 1 office. Participants are asked to RSVP on Monday.
The Homes for Families charity makes its annual request for state funding Thursday with an honor for an elected official it identifies as a great champion of housing and homelessness issues: state Rep. Marjorie Decker, Cantabrigian and former city councillor.
People interested in serving on the Board of Zoning Appeals are asked to apply by Feb. 12.
The city launched a Snow Center website today to provide residents with timely updates on the city’s response to winter storms and provide useful storm information that can be viewed quickly and easily in one location.
Newly elected vice mayor Marc McGovern is taking three steps to improve communication with the people of Cambridge.
Volunteers are asked to apply by Jan. 22 to serve on the newly formed Envision Cambridge Advisory Committee, the Envision Alewife Working Group, the Engagement and Communications Working Group and various working groups focused on specific topics.
The cases from Dec. 10 address adding projects at 52 Union St.; 1 Wood St.; and 69 Rindge Ave.
The Public Health Department is offering free flu vaccine to adults and children (age 6 months and older) by appointment only from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesdays and from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursdays.
Residents are sought to serve on the Community Advisory Board to review and recommend on the effectiveness of the City Living Wage Ordinance at creating and retaining living-wage jobs.