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Posted Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Yesterday evening, Council endorsed 150 Main Street as the preferred location for a potential Consumption and Treatment Site (CTS) within the City of Cambridge. 
Councillor Donna Reid put forward the motion to endorse the 150 Main Street site, a Region of Waterloo Public Health Building, due to the already existing wrap-around health and social services and accessibility for potential clients. The motion was passed with a vote of 7-1, with one member not voting. 
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Posted Thursday, October 07, 2021

See what’s open Facility
Date
Facility Hours
Further Info
Cambridge Farmers’ Market, 40 Dickson Street, (519) 740-4680 Ext. 4252
Sat. Oct. 9
 
7 a.m. - 1 p.m.
 
Cambridge Farmers’ Market is open year round every Saturday. For more info visit www.cambridgefarmersmarket.ca
Cambridge Centre for the Arts
60 Dickson Street
(519) 740-4681 Ext. 4376
Sat....

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Posted Thursday, October 07, 2021

Thanksgiving HolidayThe City of Cambridge wants to remind the community to keep safety top of mind for the Thanksgiving weekend. While indoor gatherings are permitted, the limit currently remains at 25 people. Residents are encouraged to keep their events small-scale and to follow all current public health guidelines.  
Cambridge recreation centres are open for programming on Saturday, Oct. 9 but closed Sunday and Monday. Pre-registration is required for drop in programs and residents...

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Posted Wednesday, October 06, 2021

Cleaning areaThe City wishes to advise Preston residents that the City’s Water Main Cleaning Program will begin October 12, 2021, and will end mid-December. The City of Cambridge cleans water mains on a regular basis in order to remove accumulated material and maintain drinking water quality. The program is aimed at reducing the likelihood of discoloured water entering your home.
During the water main cleaning period, area residents may experience a temporary reduction in water pressure,...

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Posted Wednesday, October 06, 2021

On Tuesday, Oct. 5, Cambridge City Council approved the first three grant applications under the new Core Areas Community Improvement Plan program, allocating $278,820 in financial incentives to the property owners of two core area buildings. The program is part of several economic activities that the City has taken over the past year to boost COVID-19 recovery efforts.
Representing three of the five grant program areas, the building at 27 Queen St. E. is set to receive funds...

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