City News

Posted Thursday, June 30, 2022

Storm 2Thank you for your patience as we continue to work on clearing storm debris from May. We are currently working through a backlog of requests in order of the highest priority.
What we’re doing:
City staff are continuing clean-up efforts (tree removal and trimming) in high priority areas where there is a safety risk or safety concern.
How you can help:
If you have branches on your property, that do not pose a safety risk, please cut, bundle and place...

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Posted Tuesday, June 28, 2022

CouncilConnects This update will serve to connect residents to important discussions and decisions being made by Cambridge City Council. The Mayor and Council make up the local government for the City of Cambridge. They develop laws and policies, which the City's administration implement.
Charging forward with e-scooters
Council has approved changes to the Traffic and Parking By-law that will make it easier to choose e-scooters as a sustainable transportation option beginning...

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Posted Monday, June 27, 2022

Celebrate summer by jumping into George Hancock outdoor pool— courtesy of RE/MAX Sales Representative, Kelly Potocky.
Thursday, June 30 2-4 p.m.
View details on our  other swim programs and activities .

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Posted Friday, June 17, 2022

Looking for a City of Cambridge program or service? Just ask Google or Alexa  
Service Cambridge adds smart home voice capability to connect residents to their local government
Cambridge, ON, June 17, 2022 : As part of its commitment to providing accessible customer service for residents, the City of Cambridge has partnered with Qwhery to bring city program and service information to smart home devices.  
The Service Cambridge Voice and Chat...

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Posted Friday, June 17, 2022

As a designated Bee City, the City of Cambridge celebrates National Pollinator Week, June 20 – 26, 2022.
Pollinators like bees, butterflies, and moths, contribute to a healthy ecosystem and sustainable food supply.  About seventy-five per cent of all flowering plant species need pollinators for reproduction.
We encourage residents to take some time learn about pollinators and help us spread the word about their importance and how we can all protect them.
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