SomerVision 2040 will be holding an Open House
As part of the COASTSWEEP cleanup project, the Somerville Conservation Commission and the Mystic River Watershed Association invite residents to help clean their community by picking up litter at Draw Seven Park
The Somerville Public Library has a slate of scarily fun activities planned as part of the 10th annual Somerville Reads.
Applications are now being accepted for one open position on the Community Preservation Committee.
The Somerville Historic Preservation Commission and Historic Somerville have announced their fall schedule of community events that highlight Somerville’s rich history.
A community meeting is planned to discuss two fatal crashes along State Route 38 (Mystic Ave.) in Somerville
Any residents age 3 and older can get a free flu shot this fall at one of the City’s vaccination clinics.
Somerville’s new Tree Preservation Ordinance introduced by the City Council went into effect August 1.
October 14: Indigenous Peoples Day. All City offices will be closed for the Monday holiday.
Fall ResiStat Neighborhood meetings kick off this wee. Join the Mayor, City Councilors, City staff, and neighbors at your ward’s meeting for updates on what’s going on both around the city and in your neighborhood.
FOUND COCKATIEL!! PLEASE SHARE!!
This bird was seen flying around the District Court House next to Assembly today. Continue reading Somerville Animal Control Updates: FOUND COCKATIEL!
An excellent read! Makes for a perfect gift! An absolute collectors item!
The book Stealing Somerville has been released! It is available on Amazon now and on Barnes & Noble, Kindle and on bookstores shelves worldwide then the movie! 566 pages of telling the Curtatone‘s life story of corruption! Continue reading STEALING SOMERVILLE Death of an Urban City by William Tauro
A community meeting has been scheduled with the City’s Mobility Division to discuss two fatal crashes along State Route 38 (Mystic Avenue) in Somerville and efforts underway to improve safety for all road users. Continue reading Meeting Scheduled with City’s Mobility Division to Discuss Fatal Crashes Along State Route 38 (Mystic Avenue) in Somerville
Dear Billy T and Somerville Speakup Line,
Every automobile that’s parked in our parking lot at Brady Towers is infested with rats and they are eating all the wiring and hoses under our hoods.
Please post this so hopefully the Somerville Housing Authority will get off their asses and do the right thing and help us tenants because we can’t afford to fix our automobiles on our own because they’re too cheap to put￼ out rat traps to fix the problem.