United States Postal Service 237 Washington St, Somerville, MA02143 This hulking Depression-era post office is at the Washington Street bend just before Union Square. Up a long flight of…More stairs, this office offers all of the usuals such as outgoing mail and packing supplies. It also has a passport service and post office boxes. The extended self-service hours are an added convenience.
Clarendon Hill Towers Apartments 1366 Broadway, Somerville, MA02144 This real estate office deals exclusively with the units in the Clarendon Hill Towers. An agent named Donna, who…More works in the office on the first floor, manages all 501 apartments and can arrange for underground parking, discuss pricing and arrange viewings. She is usually in the office during her posted hours, but it may be best to call ahead for an appointment.
Somerville Traffic and Parking Office 133 Holland St, Somerville, MA02144 After enough time parking on the infuriatingly confusing streets of Somerville you will no doubt find yourself at this…More Traffic and Parking Office. Here you can apply for parking passes, get those bright orange emergency parking sandwich boards which make moving much easier or contest a ticket. Inside expect a post office like situation of a long, slow moving line bunched up before several closed walk-up booths and one open window. Allow more than just a few minutes if you find yourself planning for a morning at the Traffic and Parking Office.
United States Postal Service 320 Broadway, Somerville, MA02145 A full-service facility, the East Somerville branch of the United States Post Office features tellers as well as…More self-service capabilities. Further amenities include a stamp machine, P.O. boxes and the sale of packing and shipping supplies.
For any issues involving your pet or wildlife, the Animal Control Department is the place to turn. The department…More offers services, such as an annual rabies vaccination program for pets. But it is also a great informational resource, providing, for example, lists of approved animal shelters, low-cost spraying/neutering services and dog-friendly City parks.
Lost and found pet notices may be posted to their webpage. The department's Animal Adoption program also posts photos of pets in need of new homes. Dog bites should also be reported to Animal Control.
As for wild animals, their webpage offers tips on dealing with everything from bats to coyotes. Wildlife suspected of having rabies should also be reported to the department (do not approach a sick animal).
Report animal control problems any time, 24/7, by simply dialing "311", the City's constituent services line. The office is located in the DPW building.
Davis Square Farmers Market Day St & Herbert St, Somerville, MA02144 Plump tomatoes, sweet corn and juicy peaches are not the only farm goodies you'll find (in season) at this weekly…More farmers market. On Wednesdays, from late May through late November, all manner of natural foods and product vendors set up in the parking lot behind the Post Office to hawk their wares. Fresh-cut flowers, grass-fed beef, artisan breads and pies, Taza chocolate and local cheese and honey are among the usual treats. You'll also find prepared Mediterranean foods, natural bath and beauty products and, when in season, cider. Along with cash or credit, EBT, SNAP and food stamps are accepted for payment.