Join us for a virtual kickoff to envision a new 90 Washington Street. Provide input on the public safety building project and talk with community members and neighbors about the opportunities on the rest of the site.
About Infrastructure and Asset Management
2021/2022 Winter Moratorium for Construction in Public Ways
All "non-emergency" & "non-priority" work will be prohibited for roadway/sidewalk opening or occupancy during from November 22, 2021 to April 1, 2022 (weather dependent).
The Department of Infrastructure and Asset Management (IAM), through Capital Projects for buildings and Engineering for utilities, and in close collaboration with DPW, OSPCD, and Water & Sewer, develops and implements a comprehensive plan to effectively maintain, modernize, and replace Somerville’s full range of horizontal and vertical infrastructure assets. While IAM seeks to optimize the City’s capital investments through technical evaluation of operations costs against capital improvements, the broader goal of the department is to establish and utilize evaluation criteria, in consultation with virtually every other City department, by which options are rated and projects are prioritized. IAM also seeks to identify and evaluate alternative forms of funding with the objective of minimizing overall costs to taxpayers and water and sewer ratepayers.