City officials released the official Envision Cambridge citywide plans earlier this month after three years of community meetings and planning.
The 214 page document will act as a roadmap officials can follow to get to the year 2030, according to a PDF of Envision Cambridge posted on the Community Development Department’s website. The plan outlines the city’s core values including livability, diversity and equity, economic opportunity, sustainability and resilience, community health and wellbeing, and learning, and recommend 55 strategies and 183 new, expanded or modified actions “to achieve the community’s vision across six domains of action: Climate [and] Environment, Community Wellbeing, Economy, Housing, Mobility, and Urban Form.”
Among the many goals are achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, ensuring all Cambridge residents are protected from environmental impacts and benefit equally from environmental resources, ending race-based disparities and achieving racial equity, ensure local businesses of different types, sizes, and growth stages are able to start, grow, and remain in Cambridge, and eliminate racial, gender, and other disparities in economic opportunity.
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