Cambridge, MA PLUS

Open Issues: 978 Closed Issues: 84,409 Acknowledged Issues: 1,337
  • Sidewalk DefectAcknowledged
    15 Reed St Cambridge 02140 United States - North Cambridge
    Close tree well due to narrow existing sidewalk.
  • 1–99 Rockingham Pl Cambridge 02139, United States - Cambridgeport
    Concrete coming out of sidewalk
  • 100 Harvard St Cambridge 02139, United States - The Port
    Cracks and openings near sidewalk manhole cover the sidewalk raises causing a tripping hazard as well close to the small driveway please fix
  • 122–140 Portland St Cambridge 02139, United States - The Port
    Sidewalk a mess with tripping hazards close to garage entrances after 125 Portland street before the bank
  • 34 Ash St Cambridge, MA, 02138, USA - West Cambridge
    Concrete sidewalk needs patching/repair
  • 1651 Massachusetts Ave Cambridge 02138, United States - Agassiz-Harvard
    This whole corner is deteriorating. It would be great to find a longer term solution than tarmac patches. Ideally, it would be relaid with a more durable material.
  • Waverly St Cambridge 02139, United States - Cambridgeport
    I have tripped twice over this piece of the sidewalk. It’s quite deep. And impossible to see at night. The whole section should be replaced.
  • 35 Reed St Cambridge 02140 United States - North Cambridge
    Close tree well due to narrow existing sidewalk.
  • 1000 Cambridge St Cambridge 02141, United States - Wellington-Harrington
    Near the corner of cambridge and Windsor streets sidewalk needs repaving it’s a mess across from shell gas station
  • 69 Oxford St Cambridge, MA, 02138, USA - Agassiz-Harvard
    The sidewalk integrity is degrading quickly, it's a border line trip hazard now.
  • 16 High St Cambridge MA 02138, United States - Cambridge
    Close existing tree well Sidewalk is too narrow to replant a new street tree
  • 28 Kelley St Cambridge 02138, United States - Neighborhood 9

    The concrete sidewalk in front of #7 (on either side of the asphalt patch) is severely cracked and in need of repair. There is no sidewalk on the opposite side of the street, so this is a hazard for the only pedestrian passage on this portion of the road.

    Given that the concrete is cracked on both sides of the asphalt patch (marked Eversource 18), it stands to reason that perhaps the concrete was damaged when Eversource excavated the portion of sidewalk that they subsequently patched.