Get in Touch with City Hall
Ways to Get in Touch
Ways to Get in Touch
- Call 311 (617-666-3311 from outside of Somerville)
- TTY/Hearing Impaired (only) dial 866-808-4851
- City Hall: 93 Highland Ave.
- Traffic and Parking: 133 Holland St.
- Department of Public Works: 1 Franey Rd.
- City Hall Annex: 50 Evergreen Ave.
- Public Safety Building (Police): 220 Washington St.
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|First Name||Last Name||Department||Phone Number||Phone Extension|
|Kim||Spezzafero||Law Office||(617) 625-6600||4404||Send Email|
|Kimberly||Ford||Traffic and Parking||(617) 666-3311||7908||Send Email|
|Krista||Invernizzi||Constituent Services (311)||(617) 625-1600||7000||Send Email|
|Kristen||Stelljes||SomerStat||(617) 625-6600||2107||Send Email|
|Kristi||Chase||Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development (OSPCD)||(617) 625-6600||2525||Send Email|
|Kristofer||Cali||DPW - Electrical Lights and Lines||(617) 666-3311||5607||Send Email|
|Kyle||Brien||C229||(617) 625-1700||8300||Send Email|
|Laura||Accaputo||Traffic and Parking||(617) 666-3311||7904||Send Email|
|Laura||Haas||Grants Development||(617) 625-6600||2133||Send Email|
|Lawrence||Keating||Parks and Recreation||(617) 625-6600||2994||Send Email|
|Linda||Smith||Traffic and Parking||(617) 666-3311||7951||Send Email|
|Lisa||Robinson||Health and Human Services||(617) 625-6600||4312||Send Email|
|Lori||Batzek||City Clerk||(617) 666-3311||4108||Send Email|
|Lovelee||Heller||Health and Human Services||(617) 625-6600||4322||Send Email|
|Lucy||Barrows||Treasury||(617) 625-6600||3512||Send Email|
|Luigi||LoBrutto||Information Technology (IT)||(617) 625-6600||3250||Send Email|
|Luis||Waldron||Inspectional Services Department (ISD)||(617) 666-3311||5609||Send Email|
|Luisa||Oliveira||Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development (OSPCD)||(617) 625-6600||2529||Send Email|
|Marco||Osoy||Parks and Recreation||(617) 625-6600||2990||Send Email|
|Maria||Pierotti||Elections||(617) 625-6600||4204||Send Email|
|Marita||Coombs||Libraries||(617) 625-6600||2971||Send Email|
|Mark||Nicholson||Fire Department||(617) 623-1700||8100||Send Email|
|Mark||Lawhorne||DPW - Water and Sewer||(617) 625-6600||5857||Send Email|
|Mark||Nolan||C451||(617) 666-3311||5870||Send Email|
|Mark||Matthews||Fire Department||(617) 623-1700||8100||Send Email|
|MarkR||Wall||Fire Department||(617) 623-1700||8100||Send Email|
|Marlene||Feloni||Constituent Services (311)||(617) 666-3311||5790||Send Email|
|Marlene||Bartlett||Health and Human Services||(617) 625-6600||6967||Send Email|
|Martha||Pantanella||C417||(617) 666-3311||5100||Send Email|
|MaryAlice||Lally||Personnel||(617) 625-6600||3320||Send Email|
|Matthew||Kirylo||Fire Department||(617) 623-1700||8100||Send Email|
|Matthew||Wall||Fire Department||(617) 623-1700||8100||Send Email|
|Matthew||Zaino||Law Office||(617) 666-3311||5625||Send Email|
|Maureen||Sullivan||Traffic and Parking||(617) 666-3311||7900||Send Email|
|Maureen||Bastardi||Council on Aging||(617) 625-6600||2335||Send Email|
|Megan||Arruda||Elections||(617) 625-6600||4205||Send Email|
|Meghan||Forsell||Libraries||(617) 623-5000||2972||Send Email|
|Meghann||Ackerman||Communications||(617) 625-6600||2120||Send Email|
|Melanie||O'Regan||Personnel||(617) 625-6600||3212||Send Email|
|Melissa||Painter||Fire Department||(617) 623-1700||8100||Send Email|
|Melissa||Woods||Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development (OSPCD)||(617) 625-6600||2535||Send Email|
|Melvin||Dominique||Fire Department||(617) 623-1700||8100||Send Email|
|Michael||Pasquariello||Retirement||(617) 625-6600||4610||Send Email|
|Michael||Bowler||C411||(617) 666-3311||5215||Send Email|
|Michael||Powers||Fire Department||(617) 623-1700||8100||Send Email|
|Michael||Richards||Purchasing||(617) 625-6600||3403||Send Email|
|Michael||Feloney||Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development (OSPCD)||(617) 625-6600||2565||Send Email|
|Michael||Glavin||Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development (OSPCD)||(617) 625-6600||2510||Send Email|
|Michael||Hogan||Assessing||(617) 625-6600||3106||Send Email|
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