The Cambridge City Town Council meets the second Monday of each month in the City Building. The meetings are open to the public.  

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The Cambridge City Police Department will be answering more of their calls for service over the telephone. “Minor report calls” and “Speak with officer” type calls that do not necessarily require a police officer to arrive in person will be taken over the phone. This is a precautionary practice to help insure not only the safety of our officers, but to help protect the safety of Cambridge City citizens due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus).

It should also be noted, effective at the close of business today, the Cambridge City Municipal Building will be closed to the public until further notice. Citizens can still pay their utilities through the drop box. There will be staff present to answer any phone calls. Please call 478-3522 for any questions regarding your water or trash and call 478-1231 for any police inquiries.

Meeting Notes

  • A work session was proposed between Wayne County, Cambridge City, and the parking lot owners to discuss the Green Street bridge project. A motion was passed to solicit Choice One Engineering for the project.
  • Ron Holbrook of Sugar Creek packing provided updates on the Central School daycare project. Some work will be done on town variances to ease the state permitting requirements.
  • Doug Young was approved to attend Certified Public Supervisor training. If Young leaves his current position before 2 years, he will pay back the $1800.00 cost of the schooling.
  • John Fortman asked the town and Attorney Bever to investigate the property title of a small strip of land near the old Paul Casket Company property, currently owned by FBI Properties (Fortman). FBI Properties is interested in purchasing this land.
  • Arnold and Ann Boyd from the Cambridge City Crime Watch thanked the council, fire dept. and police dept. for their continued support. Their recent membership drive added 30 new members. Memberships are available at $5 for individuals, or $10 for businesses. They meet at the Golay Center the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm.

Cambridge City Drinking Water Quality Report

Cambridge City Water Works is pleased to present this year’s Drinking Water Quality Report. This report is designed to keep you informed about the quality of your drinking water over the past year. Our goal is to provide you, the customer, with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water.

Cambridge City Town Council Meeting video available courtesy of Whitewater Community Television