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Temporary Water Shutoff for Maintenance Fri. 7/3 Near Magoun Sq.

Monday, May 9, 2022 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. Once service has been restored, you may experience temporary discoloration in your water, and though the water is safe to drink, residents are…

City Seeks Full Conversion of Public Lights to LED

Monday, May 9, 2022 CITY SEEKS FULL CONVERSION OF PUBLIC LIGHTS TO LED Energy-efficient LED lightbulbs in street, decorative and city building external lights would save estimated $450,000 annually, reduce CO2 emissions by 600 metric tons per year SOMERVILLE –A funding request that would allow the conversion of every City of Somerville-owned streetlight and other light fixtures to energy-efficient LED lightbulbs—which would pay for itself in cost savings within five years and advance the City’s goal of becoming…

Union Square Streetscape Meeting Mon., 4/13

Monday, May 9, 2022 Union Square Streetscape Meeting Monday, April 13 Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone, Ward 2 Alderman Maryann Heuston, Ward 3 Alderman Robert McWatters, and the Mayor’s Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development (OSPCD) invite all interested community members to the latest in a series of meetings and public forums to discuss future roadway and utility improvements for Union Sq. on Mon., April 13 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Argenziano School cafeteria at 290 Washington St.,…

CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON CITY BRIDGES IN PREPARATION FOR GLX

Monday, May 9, 2022 CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON SOMERVILLE BRIDGES IN PREPARATION FOR GLX Bridges at School St., Medford St., Ball Sq. to undergo construction to make way for new Green Line stops. Intermittent lane, sidewalk closures may apply. SOMERVILLE – The Green Line is coming! The Green Line is coming! Beginning in January 2015, necessary repair work will begin at rail bridges throughout the City to make way for the impending Green Line Extension project (GLX), which will bring six new rail stops to…

Historic Somerville Afghans on Sale for Holidays

Monday, May 9, 2022 Looking for the perfect holiday gift to show your Somerville pride? Look no further! The City is now offering a brand new, full color, and machine washable afghan, that highlights many local historic landmarks and events, including the Raid on the Powder House; the Round House; Somerville High School, West Branch Library; Somerville Museum; and other special assets. The afghan can be seen on the Historic Preservation Commission's website (www.somervillema.gov/historicpreservation) and on…

CITY SEEKS VENDORS, PARTNERS FOR NEW OPEN-SOURCE WEBSITE

Monday, May 9, 2022 INNOVATIVE, OPEN-SOURCE CITY OF SOMERVILLE WEBSITE REDESIGN PROJECT SEEKS VENDORS & COMMUNITY ADVISORS City to fully redesign Somervillema.gov in partnership with Code for Boston SOMERVILLE – This is no ordinary website overhaul. In the spirit of the open source movement, which makes code available for free to others, the City of Somerville is partnering with Code for Boston, the local volunteer branch of Code for America, to work with vendors on a full, user-centered redesign of…

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