Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone, Ward 5 Alderman Mark Niedergang, and the City of Somerville’s Engineering Department invite all interested residents to a community meeting to discuss the ongoing Cedar Street Water and Sewer Infrastructure Upgrade Project, on Tuesday, March 21, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria in the Kennedy School, 5 Cherry St. Continue reading Community Meeting to Discuss Cedar St. Infrastructure Project Updates, March 21
Our two social workers, Natasha Naim, LCSW, and Ashley Speliotis, LICSW provide assistance with the challenges and rewards of aging! Come talk with Natasha and Ashley about how you can volunteer or how to obtain assistance for yourself. Continue reading A Message From Somerville COA Social Services
Qualifying seniors, persons facing extreme hardship, persons with certain disabilities, Disabled Veterans, Widows and minors with deceased parents may apply for additional exemptions. Continue reading Exemptions for Qualifying Seniors, Persons with Disabilities, Disabled Veterans, Widows and Others
To help o set costs for homeowners who live in Somerville, the City o ers exemp- tions and deferral programs for seniors, veterans, persons with disabilities, widows, and residents with nancial hardships, in addition to our Residential Exemption of 35% (the highest in the state!) See inside for details and how to apply by the 2017 deadline, April 3. Continue reading Homeowners: Save $$ on Tax Bills!
Renters and property owners can schedule a Mass Save© no-cost Home Energy Assessment, the rst step in identi- fying ways to save on your heat and electric bills and make your home more comfortable. Continue reading Message From The Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development
If you can’t wait for warm weather to take a tour of the Prospect Hill Tower or you’re unable to make the climb, check out this video that gives you a look at the newly renovated landmark and gives you some of the area’s history.