Cambridge

  1. Cambridge Legal Resources
  2. Cambridge Statistics
  3. Cambridge Property/Housing/Real Estate Information
  4. Cambridge Employment Information
  5. Cambridge Family Information
  6. Cambridge Education Information
  7. Cambridge Business Information
  8. Cambridge Public Benefits Information
  9. Cambridge Criminal Information
  10. Cambridge Immigration & Civil Rights Information
  11. Cambridge Zip Codes


Cambridge Legal Resources

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Cambridge Statistics

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  • Population (2000): 101,355
  • Land Area (2000): 16.650 square kilometers
  • Water Area (2000): 1.812 square kilometers
  • Average Daily / Average High Temperature In Fahrenheit (Celsius) In January (1961-1990): 28.6186 (-1.9) / (-17.8)
  • Average Daily / Average High Temperature In Fahrenheit (Celsius) In July (1961-1990): 73.5186 (23.1) / 81.8186 (27.7)
  • Average Annual Heating Degree Days (1961-1990): 5,641
  • Average Annual Cooling Degree Days (1961-1990): 678
  • Average Annual Precipitation (1961-1990): 42 inches
  • Local Time(s):
  • Area Code(s): 339, 508, 617, 781, 857, 978
  • Alias(es) (2003): CAMBRIDGE, CAMBRIDGEPORT, COM/ENERGY SERVICES, E CAMBRIDGE, EAST CAMBRIDGE, HARVARD SQ, HARVARD SQUARE, INMAN SQUARE, KENDALL SQUARE, N CAMBRIDGE, NORTH CAMBRIDGE, PORTER SQUARE

Cambridge Population By Year


Year  Population Year  Population Year  Population
1999 93,778 2002 102,611 2005 100,492
2000 95,560 2003 101,896 2006 100,737
2001 101,837 2004 101,320 2007 101,161

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Houses (2000): 44,725
Very Low Income (VLI) Owner Households (2000): 1,767
Very Low Income (VLI) Renter Households (2000): 10,594
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Cambridge Employment Information

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Employment (2003): 263,143
Payroll (2003) / (1Q 2003): $13,902,757,000 / $3,385,883,000

Cambridge Labor Force By Month


Year Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
1990 56,009 53,753 2,256 4.03% 40
1991 55,649 52,551 3,098 5.57% 56
1992 55,800 52,660 3,141 5.63% 56
1993 56,531 53,871 2,660 4.71% 47
1994 57,305 55,065 2,240 3.91% 39
1995 54,136 52,219 1,917 3.54% 35
1996 54,552 53,013 1,539 2.82% 28
1997 55,546 54,192 1,354 2.44% 24
1998 55,728 54,649 1,078 1.94% 19
1999 55,946 54,841 1,105 1.98% 20
2000 59,305 58,159 1,146 1.93% 19
2001 59,966 58,309 1,658 2.76% 28
2002 59,600 57,199 2,402 4.03% 40
2003 58,554 56,071 2,484 4.24% 42
2004 57,774 55,667 2,107 3.65% 36
2005 57,620 55,667 1,953 3.39% 34
2006 58,198 56,265 1,933 3.32% 33
2007 58,641 56,883 1,757 3.00% 30
2008 58,851 56,959 1,892 3.21% 32
Month Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
Jan 2008 58,543 56,809 1,734 2.96% 30
Feb 2008 58,276 56,690 1,586 2.72% 27
Mar 2008 58,460 56,909 1,551 2.65% 27
Apr 2008 58,399 57,024 1,375 2.35% 24
May 2008 58,311 56,341 1,970 3.38% 34
Jun 2008 59,639 57,207 2,432 4.08% 41
Jul 2008 59,849 57,691 2,158 3.61% 36
Aug 2008 59,533 57,529 2,004 3.37% 34
Sep 2008 58,648 56,430 2,218 3.78% 38
Oct, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Nov, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Dec, 2008 -- -- -- --% --

Cambridge Employment By Industry


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Educational Services 7,416 26.16%
2. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 5,402 19.05%
3. Health Care 1,679 5.92%
4. Finance and Insurance 1,327 4.68%
5. Accommodation and Food Services 1,200 4.23%
6. Info Services and Data Processing 841 2.97%
7. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 819 2.89%
8. Public Administration 816 2.88%
9. Construction 802 2.83%
10. Computer and Electronic Manufacturing 760 2.68%
11. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 755 2.66%
12. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 576 2.03%
13. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 504 1.78%
14. Radio, Television, and Computer Stores 392 1.38%
15. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 359 1.27%
16. Other Transportation 351 1.24%
17. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 331 1.17%
18. Food and Beverage Stores 311 1.10%
19. Social Assistance 249 0.88%
20. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 236 0.83%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Educational Services 8,137 29.18%
2. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 4,069 14.59%
3. Health Care 3,551 12.73%
4. Finance and Insurance 1,322 4.74%
5. Accommodation and Food Services 969 3.47%
6. Info Services and Data Processing 895 3.21%
7. Social Assistance 875 3.14%
8. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 871 3.12%
9. Public Administration 815 2.92%
10. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 810 2.90%
11. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 601 2.16%
12. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 582 2.09%
13. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 357 1.28%
14. Food and Beverage Stores 290 1.04%
15. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 281 1.01%
16. Computer and Electronic Manufacturing 255 0.91%
17. Clothing and Apparel Including Shoes 217 0.78%
18. Personal and Laundry Services 209 0.75%
19. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 201 0.72%
20. Private Household Services 192 0.69%

Cambridge Employment By Job


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Computer Specialists 2,973 10.49%
2. Postsecondary Teachers 2,778 9.80%
3. Other Management Occupations 1,636 5.77%
4. Life and Physical Scientists 1,506 5.31%
5. Business Operations Specialists 1,254 4.42%
6. Engineers 861 3.04%
7. Media and Communications Workers 806 2.84%
8. Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance 630 2.22%
9. Other Office and Admin Support 602 2.12%
10. Top Executives 598 2.11%
11. Other Teachers / Instructors / Librarians 591 2.08%
12. Other Sales and Related Occupations 583 2.06%
13. Life / Physical / Social Sciences 574 2.02%
14. Informaion and Record Clerks, Not Customer Service 573 2.02%
15. Architects / Surveyors / Cartographers 557 1.96%
16. Physicians and Surgeons 515 1.82%
17. Lawyers 489 1.72%
18. Recording / Scheduling / Dispatching 432 1.52%
19. Art and Design Workers 411 1.45%
20. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 399 1.41%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Other Management Occupations 1,880 6.74%
2. Postsecondary Teachers 1,804 6.47%
3. Other Office and Admin Support 1,452 5.21%
4. Media and Communications Workers 1,210 4.34%
5. Business Operations Specialists 1,209 4.34%
6. Computer Specialists 1,076 3.86%
7. Secretaries and Admins 1,064 3.82%
8. Informaion and Record Clerks, Not Customer Service 1,050 3.77%
9. Teachers, Pre/Primary School 1,017 3.65%
10. Other Teachers / Instructors / Librarians 841 3.02%
11. Life and Physical Scientists 834 2.99%
12. Other Sales and Related Occupations 740 2.65%
13. Counselors / Social Workers / Etc. 730 2.62%
14. Art and Design Workers 669 2.40%
15. Social Scientists and Related 619 2.22%
16. Nursing / Psychiatric / Home Health 495 1.78%
17. Cashiers 467 1.67%
18. Registered Nurses 448 1.61%
19. Lawyers 440 1.58%
20. Accountants and Auditors 437 1.57%

Cambridge Hours Worked Per Week In 1999

Hours Per Week  Population Percent
35 or more hours 51,369 57.52%
15-35 hours 13,069 14.63%
1-14 hours 5,232 5.86%
No regular hours 19,633 21.98%

Cambridge Time Left For Work

Time  Population Percent
Midnight-4:59 AM 722 1.39%
5 AM-5:29 AM 383 0.74%
5:30 AM-5:59 AM 732 1.41%
6 AM-6:29 AM 1,383 2.66%
6:30 AM-6:59 AM 2,072 3.98%
7 AM-7:29 AM 4,686 9.00%
7:30 AM-7:59 AM 6,765 13.00%
8 AM-8:29 AM 9,613 18.47%
8:30 AM-8:59 AM 7,395 14.21%
9:00 AM-9:59 AM 7,396 14.21%
10:00 AM-10:59 AM 2,938 5.64%
11:00 AM-11:59 AM 1,079 2.07%
Noon-3:59 PM 4,052 7.78%
4 PM-11:59 PM 2,841 5.46%

Cambridge Length Of Commute In Minutes

Minutes  Population Percent
Less than 5 1,500 2.88%
5-9 5,122 9.84%
10-14 7,897 15.17%
15-19 8,129 15.62%
20-24 7,635 14.67%
25-29 3,347 6.43%
30-34 8,817 16.94%
35-39 1,576 3.03%
40-44 2,075 3.99%
45-59 3,811 7.32%
60-89 1,460 2.80%
At least 90 688 1.32%

Cambridge Length Of Commute In Mintues - Public vs. Private Transportation


Minutes  Population (public) Percent  Population (private) Percent
Under 30 4,913 9.44% 28,717 55.16%
30-44 5,903 11.34% 6,565 12.61%
45-59 1,912 3.67% 1,899 3.65%
At least 60 1,048 2.01% 1,100 2.11%

Cambridge Type Of Commute

Type Population Percent
 Bicycle 2,143 3.90%
 Car / truck / van, carpool 2,942 5.35%
 Car / truck / van, solo 19,239 35.01%
 Motorcycle 134 0.24%
 Other 414 0.75%
 Public transportation 13,776 25.07%
 Walked 13,409 24.40%
 Worked at home 2,902 5.28%

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Cambridge Family Information

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Households (2000): 42,635 (86,595 people)
Families (2000): 17,939 (50,800 people)
Families where both partners work (2000): 6,678
People at same address in 1995: 37,636

Cambridge Household Income in 1999


Income Population Percent
Under $10,000 4,692 11.01%
$10,000-$14,999 2,329 5.46%
$15,000-$19,999 2,037 4.78%
$20,000-$24,999 2,315 5.43%
$25,000-$29,999 2,077 4.87%
$30,000-$34,999 2,302 5.40%
$35,000-$39,999 2,130 5.00%
$40,000-$44,999 2,295 5.38%
$45,000-$49,999 1,737 4.07%
$50,000-$59,999 3,180 7.46%
$60,000-$74,999 4,134 9.70%
$75,000-$99,999 5,044 11.83%
$100,000-$124,999 2,815 6.60%
$125,000-$149,999 1,649 3.87%
$150,000-$199,999 1,667 3.91%
$200,000 or more 2,232 5.24%

Cambridge Household Type

Type Population Percent
 Nonfamily, 1 person 17,649 41.41%
 Family, 2 people 8,831 20.72%
 Nonfamily, 2 people 5,273 12.37%
 Family, 3 people 4,215 9.89%
 Nonfamily, 3 people 1,403 3.29%
 Family, 4 people 2,862 6.72%
 Nonfamily, 4 people 510 1.20%
 Family, 5 people 1,114 2.61%
 Nonfamily, 5 people 114 0.27%
 Family, 6 people 363 0.85%
 Nonfamily, 6 people 36 0.08%
 Family, 7 or more people 210 0.49%
 Nonfamily, 7 or more people 35 0.08%

Cambridge Household Income Type

Type  Population Percent
Earnings 35,409 30.75%
Interest / Dividend / Rent 21,212 18.42%
Public Assistance 932 0.81%
Retirement 4,498 3.91%
Self Employment 6,260 5.44%
Social Security 7,221 6.27%
Supplemental Security 1,655 1.44%
Wage / Salary 34,152 29.66%
Other 3,799 3.30%

Cambridge Family Type

Type Population Percent
 No children under 18 7,594 58.47%
 With children under 18 5,393 41.53%

Cambridge Marital Status - Male (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 2,415 5.56%
 Married 16,264 37.44%
 Never Married 24,160 55.62%
 Widowed 602 1.39%

Cambridge Marital Status - Female (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 4,163 8.97%
 Married 16,506 35.58%
 Never Married 22,878 49.32%
 Widowed 2,841 6.12%

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Cambridge Education Information

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Cambridge Highest Degree Earned (18 or older)

Degree Population Percent
 Less than 9th grade 3,465 3.94%
 9th-12th grade, no diploma 4,455 5.07%
 High school diploma or equivalent 11,807 13.43%
 Some college, no degree 15,943 18.13%
 Associate degree 2,500 2.84%
 Bachelors degree 23,520 26.74%
 Graduate or professional degree 26,252 29.85%

Cambridge Population In School (3 or older)

School Level  In Public School Percent  In Private School Percent Total Percent
Nursery or preschool 451 0.44% 730 0.72% 1,181 1.17%
Kindergarten 686 0.68% 178 0.18% 864 0.85%
Grades 1-4 2,601 2.57% 395 0.39% 2,996 2.96%
Grades 5-8 2,530 2.50% 431 0.43% 2,961 2.92%
Grades 9-12 2,593 2.56% 515 0.51% 3,108 3.07%
Undergrad college 2,197 2.17% 12,691 12.52% 14,888 14.69%
Graduate or professional school 904 0.89% 10,821 10.68% 11,725 11.57%
Total 11,962 11.80% 25,761 25.42% 37,723 37.22%

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Cambridge Business Information

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Number of Businesses (2003): 8,159
Wholesale trade sales (2002): $1,119,300,000
Retail sales (2002): $1,202,824,000
Accommodation and foodservices sales (2002): $485,242,000
Cambridge Business Lawyers provide services for corporations, LLCs, partnerships, contracts, franchising and business litigation. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Cambridge Public Benefits Information

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Cambridge Above Or Below Poverty Level In 1999

Above/Below Population Percent
 At Or Above Poverty Level 76,018 87.06%
 Below Poverty Level 11,295 12.94%

Cambridge Government Finances By Year


Year  Property Taxes  Other Taxes  Intergov. Revenue  Utility Revenue  Employee Retirement Revenue  Other Revenue Total Revenue Salaries & Wages Total Debt Total Cash & Securities
1952 $13,387 $200 $2,100 $800 $13 $1,050 $17,350 $8,574 $4,717 $0
1953 $11,490 $440 $4,335 $1,079 $322 $1,322 $18,548 $9,016 $4,939 $0
1954 $11,490 $440 $4,335 $1,079 $322 $1,322 $18,548 $9,016 $4,939 $5,466
1955 $11,133 $440 $4,184 $997 $356 $1,352 $18,022 $9,309 $4,349 $4,601
1956 $11,590 $460 $4,343 $943 $432 $1,586 $18,894 $9,544 $8,268 $8,698
1957 $12,447 $433 $4,643 $984 $432 $1,666 $20,172 $10,249 $7,434 $5,880
1958 $14,301 $318 $4,959 $1,029 $475 $1,465 $22,229 $11,621 $7,115 $6,502
1959 $14,699 $442 $4,903 $1,171 $502 $1,839 $23,114 $11,848 $6,669 $7,882
1960 $15,878 $342 $4,937 $1,207 $502 $1,795 $24,319 $12,705 $6,498 $8,267
1961 $17,295 $335 $6,668 $1,231 $505 $1,925 $27,624 $13,159 $9,476 $9,235
1962 $18,550 $352 $6,575 $1,225 $640 $2,324 $29,314 $13,450 $8,707 $6,155
1963 $18,850 $369 $6,668 $1,335 $703 $2,791 $30,347 $15,950 $8,013 $11,936
1964 $18,850 $369 $6,668 $1,335 $703 $2,791 $30,347 $15,950 $8,013 $0
1965 $19,781 $520 $7,581 $1,217 $703 $2,658 $31,940 $15,611 $7,406 $0
1966 $19,781 $520 $7,581 $1,217 $703 $2,658 $31,940 $15,611 $7,406 $0
1967 $19,583 $696 $11,189 $1,619 $877 $5,303 $38,571 $17,448 $17,187 $19,375
1968 $25,104 $290 $11,543 $1,687 $877 $4,004 $43,215 $19,644 $12,686 $0
1969 $25,213 $388 $11,836 $1,545 $877 $4,835 $44,306 $20,966 $20,381 $0
1970 $27,221 $382 $8,771 $1,462 $877 $5,911 $44,242 $21,722 $31,379 $19,965
1971 $32,233 $398 $11,066 $1,908 $877 $6,360 $52,444 $28,475 $37,936 $20,050
1972 $39,521 $443 $10,363 $2,125 $1,539 $7,078 $60,626 $28,039 $39,813 $20,657
1973 $55,432 $281 $11,564 $2,949 $1,539 $14,080 $85,564 $28,039 $29,098 $20,657
1974 $48,991 $439 $11,077 $2,257 $1,539 $8,821 $72,685 $38,983 $40,595 $18,086
1975 $48,991 $439 $11,077 $2,257 $1,539 $8,821 $72,685 $38,983 $40,595 $18,086
1976 $55,519 $411 $24,794 $2,408 $1,539 $16,549 $100,809 $47,276 $56,245 $42,669
1977 $59,315 $487 $19,295 $2,733 $2,730 $18,745 $102,818 $59,041 $69,485 $45,290
1978 $58,378 $537 $23,002 $2,570 $2,730 $18,014 $104,694 $61,334 $60,770 $36,278
1979 $64,565 $453 $35,314 $2,958 $2,730 $20,211 $125,778 $67,021 $57,978 $33,337
1980 $64,855 $832 $35,027 $3,409 $2,730 $22,739 $128,760 $69,293 $62,760 $40,498
1981 $78,049 $754 $47,337 $3,181 $2,730 $25,657 $156,954 $71,035 $61,370 $48,039
1982 $67,214 $1,411 $37,466 $4,413 $4,201 $29,097 $142,391 $73,126 $59,300 $52,970
1983 $66,901 $2,423 $43,978 $4,788 $7,011 $33,308 $155,986 $76,673 $59,525 $62,064
1984 $72,772 $2,897 $49,409 $4,512 $7,038 $33,649 $167,380 $80,871 $59,783 $73,809
1985 $72,290 $4,359 $59,990 $4,292 $8,244 $46,166 $190,982 $103,003 $56,882 $88,865
1986 $74,347 $3,901 $50,904 $4,474 $9,811 $52,582 $192,118 $96,151 $53,643 $109,147
1987 $81,356 $5,940 $56,775 $4,929 $12,324 $48,809 $204,193 $97,226 $68,815 $101,708
1988 $89,174 $6,659 $60,861 $5,551 $11,953 $61,020 $228,559 $107,312 $54,070 $134,049
1989 $95,354 $6,580 $62,106 $5,540 $13,044 $76,963 $253,007 $121,377 $56,950 $143,745
1990 $106,203 $6,757 $60,677 $6,359 $17,317 $81,660 $272,216 $158,848 $67,705 $163,178
1991 $115,181 $5,625 $55,473 $6,993 $16,471 $96,288 $290,406 $166,277 $63,985 $173,385
1992 $121,600 $6,469 $52,320 $8,237 $16,471 $107,969 $306,597 $160,983 $62,624 $183,010
1993 $129,017 $6,559 $61,251 $9,073 $16,471 $120,752 $336,564 $203,230 $58,194 $192,398
1994 $142,818 $8,028 $46,471 $8,963 $38,085 $98,302 $334,639 $216,459 $61,760 $275,053
1995 $149,517 $8,061 $42,449 $9,207 $13,943 $126,840 $341,956 $216,852 $77,623 $308,036
1996 $147,621 $8,366 $55,451 $8,989 $21,104 $139,847 $373,012 $185,260 $66,777 $331,228
1997 $150,857 $11,254 $42,239 $9,909 $18,975 $42,293 $264,273 $161,109 $79,135 $321,416
1998 $159,635 $12,624 $44,630 $11,931 $29,940 $39,743 $285,879 $131,916 $110,514 $351,143
1999 $165,266 $13,069 $51,534 $12,877 $30,822 $43,019 $303,518 $141,019 $96,550 $458,953
2000 $169,928 $16,958 $93,094 $12,524 $36,207 $51,486 $363,239 $143,554 $148,264 $539,983
2001 $181,534 $19,888 $98,682 $13,332 $26,659 $53,876 $374,083 $134,460 $181,281 $558,701
2002 $191,883 $15,921 $229,894 $14,001 $23,976 $290,645 $750,399 $327,823 $216,647 $642,272
2003 $211,545 $18,921 $230,957 $16,979 $16,008 $383,827 $859,316 $337,658 $244,113 $614,237
2004 $209,848 $16,887 $263,792 $15,728 $105,107 $415,044 $1,009,519 $356,694 $244,733 $849,083
2005 $224,751 $19,862 $324,629 $15,886 $44,624 $455,161 $1,065,051 $356,722 $276,697 $887,563
2006 $227,831 $21,016 $317,369 $17,542 $44,624 $563,138 $1,170,504 $464,259 $282,702 $976,436


Year  Education  Financial Control  Public Buildings  Public Health  Transportation  Parks & Recreation Total Expenses
 Protective Services  Welfare  Interest On General Debt  Utilities  Employee Retirement  Other
1952 $3,110 $445 $0 $1,935 $338 $350 $15,715
$2,143 $3,000 $75 $1,400 $39 $2,880
1953 $3,606 $443 $726 $1,940 $2,033 $252 $16,978
$1,991 $3,616 $79 $720 $210 $1,362
1954 $3,606 $443 $726 $1,940 $2,033 $252 $16,978
$1,991 $3,618 $66 $720 $210 $1,373
1955 $3,805 $535 $364 $2,065 $2,223 $272 $18,614
$2,088 $3,702 $90 $747 $277 $2,446
1956 $4,891 $503 $235 $2,179 $2,051 $259 $19,581
$2,095 $3,751 $129 $777 $380 $2,331
1957 $6,470 $568 $262 $2,266 $755 $357 $22,101
$2,219 $3,787 $183 $753 $380 $4,101
1958 $4,224 $548 $247 $2,554 $812 $269 $21,060
$2,501 $3,917 $193 $859 $379 $4,557
1959 $4,600 $627 $0 $2,658 $1,113 $424 $21,992
$3,007 $4,090 $154 $824 $519 $3,976
1960 $4,537 $565 $0 $2,933 $936 $299 $23,271
$3,188 $4,034 $179 $962 $519 $5,119
1961 $6,314 $613 $0 $3,173 $773 $459 $28,223
$2,915 $4,807 $280 $1,371 $521 $6,997
1962 $5,224 $682 $425 $3,469 $1,630 $351 $29,156
$3,229 $4,949 $293 $1,044 $751 $7,109
1963 $5,667 $731 $0 $3,569 $714 $517 $29,185
$4,179 $4,771 $257 $1,205 $798 $6,777
1964 $5,667 $731 $480 $3,569 $714 $517 $29,185
$4,179 $4,771 $257 $1,205 $798 $6,297
1965 $6,457 $668 $362 $3,394 $1,009 $512 $30,930
$3,527 $5,589 $245 $1,214 $798 $7,155
1966 $6,457 $668 $362 $3,394 $1,009 $512 $30,930
$3,527 $5,589 $245 $1,214 $798 $7,155
1967 $7,169 $1,027 $428 $5,357 $1,531 $607 $41,434
$4,833 $7,482 $458 $1,310 $1,202 $10,030
1968 $8,504 $1,067 $174 $8,286 $1,911 $876 $44,773
$5,368 $8,379 $412 $1,204 $1,202 $7,390
1969 $9,217 $1,349 $528 $7,187 $1,690 $1,445 $47,129
$5,760 $5,731 $525 $1,111 $1,202 $11,384
1970 $11,563 $1,196 $35 $6,295 $2,619 $1,326 $47,953
$6,879 $976 $1,239 $1,412 $1,202 $13,211
1971 $17,748 $1,119 $74 $7,087 $1,435 $1,047 $55,200
$7,847 $1,086 $1,710 $1,509 $1,202 $13,336
1972 $18,953 $1,318 $110 $8,169 $3,402 $1,471 $64,994
$7,948 $1,311 $1,792 $1,828 $2,182 $16,510
1973 $18,953 $1,318 $110 $8,169 $3,402 $1,471 $68,825
$11,779 $1,311 $1,792 $1,828 $2,182 $16,510
1974 $20,249 $1,395 $251 $11,008 $1,414 $2,096 $71,592
$9,218 $1,020 $2,414 $2,828 $2,182 $17,517
1975 $20,249 $1,395 $251 $11,008 $1,414 $2,096 $71,592
$9,218 $1,020 $2,414 $2,828 $2,182 $17,517
1976 $24,900 $3,231 $704 $15,253 $2,745 $2,419 $102,585
$11,816 $459 $1,826 $2,419 $2,182 $34,631
1977 $30,905 $2,319 $809 $16,960 $3,926 $2,342 $112,426
$13,735 $659 $2,816 $2,322 $4,127 $31,506
1978 $34,319 $6,174 $2,014 $15,820 $3,946 $3,530 $118,526
$14,481 $2,345 $2,844 $2,577 $4,127 $26,349
1979 $43,615 $4,893 $2,907 $15,887 $7,624 $3,897 $140,792
$14,389 $2,289 $3,767 $2,855 $4,127 $34,542
1980 $44,364 $5,154 $1,933 $17,191 $7,383 $3,909 $141,386
$14,701 $2,394 $3,851 $3,410 $4,127 $32,969
1981 $47,837 $6,106 $1,185 $18,384 $10,014 $5,402 $171,498
$16,355 $2,950 $4,199 $3,150 $4,127 $51,789
1982 $39,351 $5,690 $1,053 $22,486 $10,348 $4,199 $163,828
$16,528 $3,172 $4,833 $3,698 $9,258 $43,212
1983 $49,070 $5,909 $821 $24,465 $15,909 $4,241 $175,468
$17,152 $3,538 $4,922 $3,534 $10,062 $35,845
1984 $45,460 $6,264 $1,016 $25,753 $12,846 $4,949 $173,055
$18,629 $4,178 $5,206 $3,608 $10,770 $34,376
1985 $49,007 $5,266 $1,070 $28,566 $12,864 $3,548 $174,952
$19,482 $7,423 $4,491 $3,709 $11,699 $27,827
1986 $52,851 $4,754 $0 $31,949 $26,531 $9,787 $188,930
$24,404 $5,342 $3,914 $3,655 $12,444 $13,299
1987 $54,009 $5,740 $0 $34,506 $14,799 $2,744 $213,426
$24,133 $5,576 $3,585 $3,440 $14,830 $50,064
1988 $60,950 $7,216 $0 $36,168 $13,195 $3,899 $232,056
$26,482 $6,387 $4,080 $3,797 $14,491 $55,391
1989 $64,425 $8,434 $2,092 $49,783 $25,267 $4,132 $262,626
$33,683 $7,121 $3,448 $3,928 $15,702 $44,611
1990 $69,014 $7,088 $2,071 $51,562 $12,506 $1,326 $284,783
$34,188 $7,636 $3,564 $4,048 $16,007 $75,773
1991 $75,123 $8,085 $4,229 $50,950 $14,733 $1,389 $309,232
$36,127 $8,653 $4,256 $4,270 $17,070 $84,347
1992 $76,777 $8,704 $10,437 $62,241 $13,725 $3,600 $306,140
$29,787 $9,546 $3,201 $7,687 $17,070 $63,365
1993 $79,959 $13,749 $6,185 $70,240 $15,085 $3,029 $325,017
$29,181 $9,801 $2,965 $8,142 $17,070 $69,611
1994 $92,182 $8,951 $3,152 $75,411 $10,752 $2,788 $349,569
$30,462 $10,478 $2,371 $7,263 $18,398 $87,361
1995 $88,284 $8,837 $16,528 $70,791 $10,806 $4,477 $368,067
$30,704 $10,935 $2,799 $7,686 $20,057 $96,163
1996 $89,228 $8,827 $15,511 $85,675 $12,493 $3,003 $374,216
$32,202 $15,097 $3,333 $8,299 $20,600 $79,948
1997 $90,672 $8,012 $1,601 $25 $14,252 $3,269 $279,671
$31,465 $209 $3,162 $10,617 $22,394 $93,993
1998 $101,105 $8,215 $4,280 $26 $14,408 $3,128 $292,025
$35,505 $920 $3,286 $7,879 $25,407 $87,866
1999 $102,728 $8,817 $2,875 $29 $13,834 $3,430 $280,207
$37,775 $986 $3,898 $8,262 $23,644 $73,929
2000 $113,256 $9,488 $15,812 $50 $11,069 $4,090 $385,246
$43,028 $1,180 $4,806 $41,767 $24,759 $115,941
2001 $119,155 $7,164 $17,101 $27 $11,027 $9,749 $384,412
$43,974 $1,131 $5,492 $28,140 $24,759 $116,693
2002 $128,267 $7,761 $7,999 $417,899 $12,737 $10,380 $791,191
$45,920 $380 $8,203 $14,962 $27,812 $108,871
2003 $132,764 $7,511 $10,541 $473,615 $15,201 $11,743 $855,794
$47,249 $435 $6,254 $11,978 $28,127 $110,376
2004 $137,053 $10,045 $14,146 $516,198 $18,883 $10,864 $927,689
$47,520 $426 $6,160 $11,871 $36,425 $118,098
2005 $139,631 $8,507 $36,554 $608,510 $20,915 $10,956 $1,061,964
$50,919 $477 $6,182 $14,115 $35,092 $130,106
2006 $147,440 $8,916 $5,982 $700,173 $20,916 $13,280 $1,137,551
$53,245 $526 $6,976 $14,338 $36,040 $129,719

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Cambridge Criminal Information

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Correctional Institution Population (2000): 227

Cambridge Crimes Per 1,000 People By Type And Year



Year  Aggravated Assault  Forcible Rape  Murder / Manslaughter  Robbery Total Violent Crimes  Arson  Burglary  Larceny / Theft  Motor Vehicle Theft Total Property Crimes
1999 3.775 0.245 0.021 1.759 5.801 0.000 6.046 30.071 4.596 40.713
2000 3.370 0.115 0.010 1.946 5.442 0.000 5.776 29.510 5.211 40.498
2001 2.681 0.147 0.010 1.777 4.615 0.000 6.756 26.906 5.087 38.748
2002 2.777 0.107 0.058 1.900 4.844 0.000 7.017 25.962 4.142 37.121
2003 2.689 0.069 0.029 2.247 5.035 0.000 6.389 23.445 4.024 33.858
2004 2.428 0.118 0.000 2.418 4.964 0.000 7.146 26.194 4.323 37.663
2005 2.329 0.179 0.030 2.378 4.916 0.000 6.199 23.843 2.886 32.928
2006 2.353 0.109 0.020 2.065 4.546 0.000 6.790 23.586 2.214 32.590
2007 2.580 0.119 0.000 1.463 4.162 0.089 6.544 26.868 2.333 35.745
2008 1.206 0.168 0.020 0.702 2.096 0.020 2.056 11.091 1.127 14.274

Cambridge Law Enforcement Employeess

Year  Officers  Civilian
2004 34 273
2005 31 248
2006 35 265
2007 32 262

Cambridge Crime Index

Year  Index
1999 4,362
2000 4,390
2001 4,416
2002 4,306

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Cambridge Immigration & Civil Rights Information

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Cambridge Population By Age

Age Population Percent
0-9 Years 7,727 7.62%
10-19 Years 11,102 10.95%
20-29 Years 30,811 30.40%
30-39 Years 17,967 17.73%
40-49 Years 12,208 12.04%
50-59 Years 9,405 9.28%
60-69 Years 5,256 5.19%
70-79 Years 4,269 4.21%
80-89 Years 2,185 2.16%
90+ Years 425 0.42%

Cambridge Population - Male/Female

Male/Female Population Percent
 Male 49,674 49.01%
 Female 51,681 50.99%

Cambridge Population By Ethnicity

Ethnicity Population Percent
 Caucasian 65,425 64.55%
 Asian 11,984 11.82%
 African-American 11,627 11.47%
 Hispanic/Latino 7,455 7.36%
 Multiracial 3,867 3.82%
 Other Race 713 0.70%
 Amerindian 213 0.21%
 Pacific Islander 71 0.07%

Cambridge Top Specified Ancestries

Rank Ancestry  Population Percent Of Specified Ancestries
1. Irish 13,440 15.60%
2. English 9,366 10.87%
3. German 8,016 9.30%
4. Italian 7,620 8.84%
5. Russian 3,870 4.49%
6. Polish 3,464 4.02%
7. Haitian 3,265 3.79%
8. Portuguese 3,128 3.63%
9. French Non-Basque 2,872 3.33%
10. United States Or American 2,556 2.97%

Cambridge Top Languages Spoken At Home

Rank Language  Population Percent Of Reported Languages
1. Only English 66,834 68.81%
2. Spanish Or Spanish Creole 6,619 6.81%
3. Chinese 3,604 3.71%
4. Portuguese / Portuguese Creole 2,863 2.95%
5. French Creole 2,784 2.87%
6. French 2,210 2.28%
7. Korean 1,431 1.47%
8. Other Indic 947 0.97%
9. Italian 933 0.96%
10. African 929 0.96%

Cambridge Citizen Type

Type Population Percent
 Citizen by birth 75,137 74.13%
 Naturalized immigrant 8,283 8.17%
 Not a citizen 17,935 17.70%

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