Notices / Programs / Projects
Cambridge Arts & Entertainment District
The Arts & Entertainment (A & E) district in Cambridge is centered within the core of the downtown, stretching outward to encompass approximately 137 acres. Thriving galleries and artist studios now exist along with entertainment venues, working artists, and art organizations including Wednesday Morning Artists, Main Street Gallery, and the Dorchester Center for the Arts.
Cambridge A & E District Brochure (PDF)
Arts & Entertainment Cambridge, MD Logo
Arts & Entertainment ChooseCambridge.com Circle Logo
Cambridge A & E Made in Cambridge (PDF)
The boundaries of the Cambridge A & E District extend from northeast shores of Cambridge Creek and across the drawbridge including parts of the creek shoreline north to the Municipal Yacht Basin, west to just beyond High Street and south to encompass parts Pine, Washington and Cedar Streets.
Arts & Entertainme
nt District Map (PDF)
The City of Cambridge was first designated as a Maryland A & E District by the State of Maryland in 2002. After a 10 year period as a rising arts community, Cambridge was successful in obtaining re-designation in 2013.
Cambridge A & E Resolution (PDF)
Projects The City of Cambridge has a variety of community projects currently underway, including:
- Facade Improvement for Residential and Commercial Properties
- Waterfront / Sailwinds 2020 Redevelopment
- Brownfield Grant - Old City Hall Building 307 Gay Street
- Cambridge Shoreline Resilience Plan
- CDBG Application - Maces Lane Community Center