Community Preservation Act

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The Community Preservation Act (CPA) is a special City fund that is used for capital improvement projects related to open space/recreation, and historic preservation, and for projects that help to create or support affordable housing.

The Community Preservation Committee oversees a grant program through which CPA funds are distributed to organizations and City departments for open space/recreation and historic preservation projects, while the Somerville Affordable Housing Trust distributes the funds set aside for affordable housing.

Each year the Community Preservation Committee solicits public input to identify community needs and priorities for how the funds should be spent. Please share your ideas for ways to improve your neighborhood.

The Community Preservation Act (CPA) is a special City fund that is used for capital improvement projects related to open space/recreation, and historic preservation, and for projects that help to create or support affordable housing.

The Community Preservation Committee oversees a grant program through which CPA funds are distributed to organizations and City departments for open space/recreation and historic preservation projects, while the Somerville Affordable Housing Trust distributes the funds set aside for affordable housing.

Each year the Community Preservation Committee solicits public input to identify community needs and priorities for how the funds should be spent. Please share your ideas for ways to improve your neighborhood.

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Community Preservation Assets

6 months

Please tell us about the places that make your neighborhood special. How might these spaces be improved?

Page last updated: 25 Jun 2022, 09:05 PM