All property owners in the City are encouraged to participate in the Neat Street challenge Saturday, September 27th from 8am - 1pm. As evidenced this past weekend, there are many visitors arriving, and with the variety of upcoming events, many more are expected.
The City of Cambridge has been facilitating local clean up events for several years which focuses on gateway streets to help bolster community pride and improve the visual appeal of the City's streetscapes. The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay and two churches, Cambridge Wesleyan and Faith Baptist Fellowship, have adopted prominent gateways; Maryland Avenue and Cedar Street respectively, each containing a mix of commercial and residential properties. Residences along Locust, Glasgow and Pine Streets are located on important thoroughfares and the first impression is quite impactful for local residents and people new to our community.
During the autumn clean-up, rather than recruiting volunteers to work on the gateways throughout the city, each property owner is being asked to clear the sidewalks, curbs and gutters of unsightly weeds, sweep and spruce up their yards in this joint effort. The Neat Street event will be held Saturday September 27th; however property owners are encouraged to participate on a weekday leading up to the event, if it works best with their schedule. For further information, contact Cambridge Economic Development at 410-221-6074.
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