- API data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2019-04-02T20:23:22.000Z
This polygon layer contains the six elective districts for state legislators who represent Cambridge in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. This layer was created for general use by the Cambridge Election Commission and for public distribution. Cambridge wards and precincts can be overlaid on district boundaries to designate which voters fall into each district. For more information and download links see: http://www.cambridgema.gov/gis/gisdatadictionary/elections/elections_staterepdistricts.aspx
- API data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2020-08-10T09:01:24.000Z
List of permits regarding demolition permits in Cambridge
- API data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2020-08-13T05:31:35.000Z
Non-emergency service requests submitted through Cambridge's Commonwealth Connect application powered by SeeClickFix Open311. Please note that the City of Cambridge uses Commonwealth Connect to track both public and internal work orders. Occasionally, a ticket will change from internal to public, or vice-versa. All tickets that originated as public requests are included in this dataset. However, technical constraints prevent us from displaying information for tickets that originated as internal work orders. Prior to using Commonwealth Connect, the City utilized iReport. Three open datasets derive from historical iReport data: -Pothole Repair Requests (https://data.cambridgema.gov/Public-Works/Pothole-Repair-Requests/h2y4-rf5c) -Graffiti Cleanup Requests (https://data.cambridgema.gov/Public-Works/Graffiti-Clean-Up-Requests/hk2d-8z9b) -Unshoveled/Icy Sidewalk Complaints (https://data.cambridgema.gov/Public-Works/Unshoveled-Icy-Sidewalk-Complaints/72bt-ct3c) -Snow/Ice Sidewalk Ordinance Violations (https://data.cambridgema.gov/Public-Works/Snow-Ice-Sidewalk-Ordinance-Violations/q8b2-58ab)
- API data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-19T15:34:17.000Z
Unshoveled/Icy Sidewalk Violations Since 12/1/2007
- API data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2019-10-30T15:36:40.000Z
Extract of Cambridge Assessing Department on-line property database file for FY16, FY17, FY18, and FY19. Contains residential, condo, commercial and exempt data. Please see attached Cambridge Property Data Metadata for field description.
- API data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-19T14:56:13.000Z
This data set contains all of the sighted locations of public art in the City. Data Set contains the name of the artist, title of the work, location, year, site location name, interior/exterior location, and coordinates for the location of the art work.
- API data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-08T14:24:22.000Z
This point layer contains the locations of the 33 polling locations within the City of Cambridge. Each precinct has one polling location where voters cast their ballots during local, state, and federal elections. Updated in 2011. This layer was created for the Cambridge Election Commission, for mapping, and for public distribution. For more information and download links see: http://www.cambridgema.gov/gis/gisdatadictionary/elections/elections_pollinglocations.aspx
- API data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2019-04-16T21:42:30.000Z
This dataset contains a list of both Residential Parking Permits and Visitor Parking Permits. The Traffic, Parking and Transportation Department’s Permit Year spans from November 1st through October 31st of the following year. The Parking Permit renewal period spans from November 1st through January 31st of the following year. This dataset will be updated semi-annually at the end of the Permit Year, and at the end of the Parking Permit renewal period, to provide users with updated information from before and after permit renewals occur. This dataset currently includes permit data for the entirety of 2017 and through January 31 of the 2018 permit year. The dataset identifies the Census Block that each parking permit is located in. The first person that applies for a Resident Parking Permit will automatically receive that household’s single Visitor Parking Permit with their Resident Permit. For households without a vehicle or those who only require a Visitor Parking Permit, the associated fee is $25.00, except for Senior Residents (age 65 or older) or persons with disabilities. The Account Number field is associated with the first resident in a household who applied for either a Resident Parking Permit or a Visitor Parking Permit. If the resident applied for a Resident Parking Permit they should have an associated Visitor Parking Permit with the same Account Number. Each permit is characterized by a permit type. The permit types in this dataset include: A1: Standard Cambridge residential parking permit. A2: Replacement residential permit. A3: Senior resident permit. G1: Visitor permit, no resident permit. G2: Visitor permit with Resident Permit. G3: Senior Visitor Permit Only. A Senior Resident could have both an A3 and G3 permit, or just a G3 permit. Resident Parking Permits allow Cambridge residents to park their vehicles, including motorcycles, in locations throughout the City posted "Parking by Permit Only". The purpose of the City's Resident Parking regulation is to maximize the availability of parking for Cambridge residents while discouraging long-term parking on residential streets near commercially zoned areas or transportation access points. Visitor Parking Permits are provided to Cambridge residents for use by their guests to park near the residents’ homes. When placed on the dashboard, it may be used for up to three consecutive days in locations signed as “Parking by Permit Only” in the geographic area shown on the map on the back of the visitor permits or here on the Traffic and Parking Department’s website. http://www.cambridgema.gov/traffic/Permits/visitorparkingpermits/visitorparkingmap
- API data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2020-08-07T13:10:16.000Z
Budgeted Salaries by Position
- API data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2019-06-24T19:05:10.000Z
The Economic Development Division maintains listings and a map of Cambridge companies working in the life sciences, high tech, and clean energy sectors. The listing is not meant to be a comprehensive source for businesses information. The data is sourced from news items, real estate industry market reports and industry associations, such as MassBIO and New England Clean Energy Council. Data last updated in April 2016.