Virtual Meeting to Discuss Proposed Somerville Public Safety Building Project, March 31

Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone, Ward 1 City Councilor Matt McLaughlin, Ward 2 City Councilor J.T. Scott, and City staff invite you to a virtual community meeting to introduce the Public Safety Building Project. The meeting will take place Wednesday, March 31, at 6 p.m.

The Public Safety Building Project will provide new facilities for the Somerville Police Department’s Headquarters and the Somerville Fire Department’s Engine 3 at 90 Washington Street in East Somerville, as well as space for additional civic, residential, and/or commercial functions.

At this meeting, staff will introduce the project, outline its major milestones, and highlight its goals for sustainability and neighborhood connection, which include providing space for multiuse development on portions of the site. Meeting attendees will have the opportunity to provide input on their priorities and concerns.

For more information and to register to attend, visit somervoice.somervillema.gov/public-safety-building.

 


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