A city snow emergency parking ban ended at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in Cambridge and a half-hour later in Somerville for a storm that fell short of the threatened foot of snow.
A city snow emergency parking ban for an overnight nor’easter, which dropped some 13.4 inches of snow as of Thursday afternoon, ends at 8 a.m. Friday.
A city snow emergency parking ban begins at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Around a foot of snow is expected through Thursday morning.
The city is looking for volunteers to serve on a new working group to guide the Port Infrastructure Project, which will make more than $35 million in improvements.
City councillors have an order this week that might bring enforcement of mask-wearing outside the home, seek to get their committees back to work and consider a cap on third-party food delivery fees, while the School Committee continues to work through details of its upcoming district budget.