City News

Posted Thursday, August 05, 2021

Grant funding aimed at stimulating private sector investment in our core areas
Cambridge, Ontario . (August 5, 2021) – As part of the City’s strategy to revitalize its core areas, the City of Cambridge’s Economic Development Division has launched the Core Areas Community Improvement Plan (CIP) 2021 - a new suite of financial incentives to help support core area properties.
This past June, the CIP was approved by Cambridge City Council with a 20-day...

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Posted Friday, July 30, 2021

Monday, August 2 is a Civic Holiday in Ontario. See which City facilities are open and which are closed over the long weekend.
OPEN
  Facility
Date
Facility Hours
Further Info
Cambridge Farmers’ Market
40 Dickson Street
(519) 740-4680 Ext. 4252
 
 
Sat. July 31
 
 
7 a.m. – 1 p.m.
 
Cambridge Farmers’ Market is open year-round...

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Posted Tuesday, July 27, 2021

TinyHomes_v1 Cambridge, Ontario . Tonight, Cambridge City Council approved a contribution of $15,000 to support a partnership between the City and the University of Waterloo’s School of Architecture to research tiny homes as one option to help create affordable and innovative housing solutions in the City of Cambridge.
 “This partnership with the School of Architecture is one way we can work toward addressing the growing housing gap and creating more attainable options...

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Posted Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Enforcement resumes Aug. 1Regular Core Area Parking Operations Resume August 1, including all time limits, fees and late-night parking prohibitions.
In March, Council approved the Cambridge Economic Response Plan which allowed the suspension of core area parking lot time limits and fees until Step 3 reopening.  Now that the Region has entered Step 3 the City is transitioning back to normal parking operations and will officially resume enforcement of all regulations including time limits, fees,...

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Posted Wednesday, June 30, 2021

BCC_Sign_24x24_City_GenericBee City Canada has designated the City of Cambridge as a Bee City and part of Canada's first Bee Region.
A group of  Cambridge organizations involved for two decades on pollinator projects, education, habitat creation and monitoring, completed an  application following Cambridge City Council’s endorsement in May 2021.
For more information: • Read the Bee City Canada application • Learn more about the Cambridge organizations involved...

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