PARK(ing) Day 2021 is September 17!
While we aren't able to celebrate in the streets this year, we are happy to bring you pictures from years past as well as suggestions for what you can do to celebrate PARK(ing) Day this year.
PARK(ing) Day Day bus/bike lane with Livable Streets Alliance, EF Education First, Glocal Challenge, Cambridge Public Schools, CDD, Traffic & Parking, and the MBTA in 2018!
A little alone time with a book, brought to you by the Cambridge Historical Commission in 2019
PARKOUR in 2019
Trampolines with Culture House in 2018
Play spaces brought to you by Friends of the Tobin in 2014
Cambridge Tap Water with Mayor Henrietta Davis in 2012
Our friends at the Elections Commission registering people to vote in 2015
DPW staff talking to constituents in 2016
Henry Bear's Park celebrating in style in 2018!
Games with CDD in 2017
Soofa with their new product in 2016
Dwelltime spot in 2014
Housing's mini house in 2014 in Inman Square
CCTV's NeighborMedia in 2014
There's still lots you can do to celebrate creative re-use of our streets today. You may have noticed that many parking areas have been turned into outdoor eateries and other safe spaces to celebrate Cambridge. We encourage you to take time on September 18, PARK(ing) Day, to instead visit your favorite local outdoor restaurant, check out a new park, stroll down a shared street, or pre-register for an event at Starlight Square.
(Photo Credit: CultureHouse)
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