Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

100 Cambridge Street, Suite 900
Boston, MA 02114
Telephone: (617) 626-1000
Fax: (617) 626-1181
Email: env.internet@state.ma.us
For website issues: EEA webmaster

Department of Agricultural Resources

251 Causeway Street, Suite 500
Boston, MA 02114-215
Telephone: (617) 626-1700
Fax: (617) 626-1850

Department of Conservation and Recreation

251 Causeway Street, Suite 600
Boston, MA 02114-2104
Telephone: (617) 626-1250
Fax: (617) 626-1351

Department of Energy Resources

100 Cambridge Street, Suite 1020
Boston, MA 02114
Telephone: (617) 626-7300
Fax: (617) 727-0030

Department of Environmental Protection

One Winter Street
Boston, MA 02108
Telephone: (617) 292-5500
Main Fax: (617) 556-1049
Contacts & Locations

Department of Fish and Game

251 Causeway St. Suite 400
Boston, MA. 02114
Telephone: 617.626.1500
Fax: 617.626.1505

Department of Public Utilities

One South Station
Boston, MA 02110
Telephone: (617) 305-3500
Fax: (617) 345-9101

 

Please note that a picture ID is required to gain entry to all EEA offices.

 

Directions to EEA at 100 Cambridge Street, Boston

NOTE: When entering the offices at 100 Cambridge Street from Cambridge Street itself, take the escalator to the security desk located on the second floor. You also may enter from the second floor plaza between Bowdoin and Somerset Streets.

Via Public Transportation:

100 Cambridge Street is the high-rise behind the new brick shops and condominiums at the corner of Cambridge and Bowdoin Streets, opposite the Bowdoin stop on the Blue Line. Connections are possible via the Orange line at State Street. Other nearby stops include Government Center and Park Street 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.

Via Driving:

From The Mass Turnpike:
Take the Mass. Pike east to the end and get on Route 93 North. Take the Government Center exit, number 23, take a left on to North Street, and take a right at the lights onto Congress St. At the second set of lights take a left onto New Chardon Street, and go through one set of lights. Turn left at the next signalized intersection onto Cambridge Street -- the entrance to 100 Cambridge Street is on the right.

From RT. 93 Southbound:
Take the Government Center exit, number 24A off 93S. Turn right onto North Street, take a right at the lights on to Congress Street. At the second set of lights take a left onto New Chardon Street, and go through one set of lights. Turn left at the next signalized intersection onto Cambridge Street -- the entrance to 100 Cambridge Street is on the right.

From RT. 93 Northbound:
Take the Government Center exit, number 23, take a left on to North Street, take a right at the lights onto Congress St. At the second set of lights take a left onto New Chardon Street, and go through one set of lights. Turn left at the next signalized intersection onto Cambridge Street -- the entrance to 100 Cambridge Street is on the right.

From Storrow Drive:
Take the Cambridge Street exit off Storrow Drive. 100 Cambridge Street is the high-rise behind the new brick shops and condominiums at the top of the hill on the corner of Cambridge and Bowdoin Streets.

Parking:

There are several parking garages in the area. One of the nearest is at Haymarket Square. You may enter 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.

 


This information is provided by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs