Resiliency Report

Resiliency Report

The committee produced this final report at the conclusion of 2017

Cambridge Community Assessment

Cambridge Community Assessment

The Committee has partnered up with Northeastern University to sponsor a Cambridge Committee Assessment. We encourage all Cambridge residents to take the survey by Friday, October 20.

Dealing with a Hotter City

Dealing with a Hotter City

Read the Federal Highway Administration's report on regional climate change and how it will affect transportation.

Getting Ready for Tomorrow

Getting Ready for Tomorrow

Presentation by the Community Development Department summarizing the Climate Change Vulnerability Report and the steps that office is taking to prepare Cambridge.

Cambridge CCVA Report

Cambridge CCVA Report

"Climate change is altering the climatic conditions upon which Cambridge historically developed...If left vulnerable, climate change poses significant threats to Cambridge's economy, quality of life, public health, and safety."

FINAL REPORT

Assessing and Improving Neighborhood-Based Resiliency in Cambridge

A report by the Mayor’s Special Committee on Neighborhood-Based Resiliency

read the report here!

OUR LATEST EVENTS & UPDATES

March 28, 2018

The Committee completed it's work at the end of 2017. We'd like to thank everyone for participating and supporting this important initiative.

Please contact Councillor Craig Kelley if you have any questions or comments:

ckelley@cambridgema.gov

617-349-4279

Summer 2017 Meetings

The Committee did not meet during the months of July, August, and September. 

June Meeting, June 27, 2017

 

Minutes from the June meeting will be made available following committee adoption. 

May Meeting, May 30, 2017

 

Committee members discussed how to collaborate on creating a draft final report, and what recommendations to forward to the Mayor.

Minutes from the May Meeting are available by clicking the link.

April Meeting, Apr. 25, 2017

 

The Committee continued its conversation about how the recommendations it might make in a final report.

Minutes from the April Meeting are available by clicking the link.

March Meeting, March 28, 2017

 

The Committee was joined by representatives of Cambridge's Inspectional Services Department, including Commissioner Ranjit Singanayagam, to discuss the various ways that the City's inspectors increase neighborhood resiliency before, during, and after incidents. 

Minutes from the March meeting are available by clicking the link, as are slides from a presentation by the Inspectional Service Department.

Minutes from previous meetings can be accessed through the Committee Archive

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Summer Months

09/26/17

The Committee did not meet during the months of July, August, and September.

October Meeting

10/31/17

An October meeting is still to be determined.

November Meeting

11/28/17

The Committee will resume regular meetings in November.

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