The cit board that grants special permits, reviews and advises on zoning proposals and studies land use in the city is looking for a member.
The city’s Department of Community Development is offering its Best Retail Practices Program for retailers, restaurateurs and storefront business owners.
The Cambridge Arts Council has a grant-writing workshop for artists aiming for the Oct. 15 filing deadline.
A Cambridge resident is needed to fill a vacancy on the Fresh Pond Advisory Board. Applications should be in by Oct. 5, and those with expertise in landscape architecture, park management and environmental management are encouraged to apply.
The three Whole Foods Markets in Cambridge have vowed to donate 5 percent of their net proceeds Wednesday to the Friends of Cambridge Rindge & Latin School
Cambridge Community Television is inviting input on what to buy with a 6 p.m. Tuesday focus group.
The city has been conducting a citizen survey every other year since 2000 to let residents rate city services and offer input on what the city does well and how it can improve. The current survey is under way and available through Sept. 25.
The city is offering advice on how to navigate its affordable rental and homeownership programs.
A free high school equivalency degree practice test is offered Sept. 22 in Central Square.
A free talk on using nutrition to address autism, ADD/ADH, depression and your child is set for Wednesday at the Whole Foods Market on River Street.