The City of Somerville Will Be Undergoing Routine Network Maintenance on Sunday, May 18th, 2014
Beginning at 8:00 AM, there may be intermittent issues and outages all day Sunday.
City and school websites may be unavailable during this time.
Annual Hydrant Flushing Monday Nights & Tuesday Mornings
Monday, May 12th from 11PM to 7 AM
And Each Monday for Next 3-4 Weeks
Cars must be moved from public lots by 8:30 p.m.
SOMERVILLE - The City of Somerville will lift its snow
emergency as of 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 5.
Residents parked in municipal or school lots during the snow emergency
will have a two-hour window starting at that time in which to move their
vehicles. Cars still parked in City lots at 8:30 p.m. may be subject to
ticketing and towing.
ordinance, property owners have six daylight hours following the lifting of a
snow emergency in which to clear snow and ice from sidewalks.
On Fri., July 3, beginning at 9 a.m., the City's Water Division will temporarily interrupt water service for residents on Main St., Moreland St., Meacham St., Edgar Ave., Douglas Ave., Fremont St., and Upland Park in order to replace a broken valve. This interruption in service is expected to last approximately 6 hours, however may be completed sooner.
Please join Mayor Curtatone and the City of Somerville for our annual Summertime in Somerville events at Trum Field. For more information about these family-friendly events, please view the flyer below or scroll down for details about each event.
View flyer (PDF)
240 Elm Street Closure Update
Update: Fri., June 26, 2015
To prepare to reopen both lanes of Elm St., crews will need to fully close Elm St. on Saturday morning, June 27, between 4 a.m. and approximately 7 a.m. During this time, jersey barriers will be shifted to the parking lane in front of 240 Elm St. to create a temporary pedestrian walkway as construction continues.
On Monday, June 15th, the university along with Somerville, Medford, and State public safety teams, will conduct a routine emergency preparedness training exercise. Starting at 7 a.m. police vehicles, ambulances, and fire engines will be deployed on and near campus. All activities will be simulated. They are not a response to an actual emergency. Emergency vehicles taking part in the training will not use lights or sirens when moving about, but may use them within the restricted exercise area.
The City of Somerville invites you to the "Carnaval @ SomerStreets" event this Sunday, June 7. Family-friendly programming and live entertainment will take place on Broadway from McGrath Highway to Pennsylvania Ave. between noon and 4 p.m. on Sunday, free of charge, and all are welcome.
In order to ensure public safety at the event, several road closures and parking bans will be in effect between McGrath Highway and Pennsylvania Ave.: