Emergency Management Notification Area

This area is dedicated to emergency notices. If there was an emergency within the City of Cambridge you would look for information here. Examples of types of emergencies that will be covered in this area are train derailment, power outages, hazardous chemical spill, tornado or high winds damage/clean-up, calls for volunteers to search for a missing persons, etc.


The Cambridge City Council has declared a local emergency with respect to the COVID19 pandemic. To see how the City is responding and changing service delivery please click here.


Governor Walz has issued a stay at home executive order. Click here for #StayHomeMN Frequently asked questions. 

 

The Department of Employment and Economic Development has more specific information on the Stay at Home order for businesses. Click here for that information.

 

The State of Minnesota has an Information and Resource Page for Employers and Businesses. Click here.


City Hall, Public Works, and Cambridge Police Department are currently closed to the public until further notice. Departments are partially staffed to provide essential services (water, wastewater, building inspection, police, and fire). This website has many forms on-line (such as building permits, utility bill pay, data practices request forms) for the public to use.


The City is suspending water shut-offs for non-payment due to the impact of the pandemic on many sectors of the economy. Late fees and penalties will also be waived for the months of April and May.

 


The Cambridge Public Library is closed to the public until further notice but the digital catalogue is open.

 


Northbound Liquor will be closed on Sundays and Mondays effective March 29. They will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. The store is following disinfection protocols to do their best to keep the store as clean as possible.