Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA)
100 Cambridge St., Suite 900 (9th Floor)
Boston MA, 02114
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM., Monday through Friday.
The MEPA Office is closed on Commonwealth and Suffolk County holidays (See list of Holidays).
Please note that a picture ID is required to gain entry to the EEA offices. If entering the building from Cambridge Street, take the escalator to the second floor to the security desk. You also may enter from the second floor plaza between Bowdoin and Somerset Streets -- the security desk is just inside the door.
100 Cambridge Street is the high-rise building at the corner of Cambridge and Bowdoin Streets, opposite the Bowdoin stop on the MBTA Blue Line. Connections are possible via the Orange line at State Street. Other nearby stops include Government Center on the Green line, and Park Street and Charles Street on the Red Line. It is a ten minute walk from North Station: if coming from the Orange line, turn left (if coming from the Commuter Rail, turn right) in front of the station onto Causeway Street, which becomes Staniford St. Go straight up Staniford Street until it ends at Cambridge Street. Take a left on to Cambridge Street and go one block to the corner of Cambridge and New Chardon Streets. 100 Cambridge Street is on the far corner.
Driving & Parking
View driving directions to EEA
There are several parking garages in the area. One of the nearest is at Haymarket Square. It can be entered from either New Chardon Street or New Sudbury Street. If you are coming from 93S, enter the garage from New Chardon Street by taking the left immediately after the first light. If you are on Cambridge Street, go past 100 Cambridge Street to the next light at New Sudbury Street and take a left. The parking garage is on your left before the lights at Congress Street.
Commonwealth & Suffolk Holidays
Commonwealth & Suffolk Holidays
|New Year’s Day||Jan. 01, Friday||Jan. 01, Saturday||Jan. 01, Sunday|
|Martin Luther King’s Birthday||Jan. 18, Monday||Jan. 17, Monday||Jan. 16, Monday|
|Washington’s Birthday||Feb. 15, Monday||Feb. 21, Monday||Feb. 20, Monday|
|Evacuation Day (Suffolk County only)||Mar. 17, Wednesday||Mar. 17, Thursday||Mar. 17, Saturday|
|Patriot’s Day||Apr. 19, Monday||Apr. 18, Monday||Apr. 16, Monday|
|Memorial Day ** (1)||May 31, Monday||May 30, Monday||May 28, Monday|
|Bunker Hill Day (Suffolk County only)||June 17, Thursday||June 17, Friday||June 17, Sunday|
|Independence Day **||July 04, Sunday||July 04, Monday||July 04, Wednesday|
|Labor Day **||Sept. 06, Monday||Sept. 05, Monday||Sept. 03, Monday|
|Columbus Day * (Restrictions until 12 noon)(2)||Oct. 11, Monday||Oct. 10, Monday||Oct. 8, Monday|
|Veteran’s Day * (Restrictions until 1pm)(2)||Nov. 11, Thursday||Nov. 11, Friday||Nov. 11, Sunday|
|Thanksgiving Day * (1)||Nov. 25, Thursday||Nov. 24, Thursday||Nov. 22, Thursday|
|Christmas Day * (1)||Dec. 25, Saturday||Dec. 25, Sunday||Dec. 25, Tuesday|
* - Full restrictions apply for ALL commerce.
** - Restrictions apply except to retail.
(1) Liquor Stores must be closed for Memorial, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Days.
(2) Many companies operate all day on these holidays, pending obtaining a local permit.
(3) All holidays falling on Sunday must be observed on Monday, under state law. Saturday holidays are observed on Saturday.