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Submit Your Photos for the 2022 Resident Parking Permit Photo Contest

A sign congratulating the 2020 CRLS graduates next to a large stone that is engraved with "Cambridge Rindge and Latin School".

Each year the City of Cambridge selects a photo to be used on the Resident Parking Permits. The Cambridge Traffic, Parking, and Transportation Department is currently accepting photo submissions for the 2022 permit photo. In order to be eligible, the photo must be taken in Cambridge and it must be an original photograph. If you’d like to see your art featured on vehicles around the city, submit your photo before September 15.

As a reminder, parking permits are required in all areas designated “Parking by Permit Only.” Residents may apply for Resident Parking Permits and/or Visitor Parking Permits, which may only be used by visitors. Permits must be renewed each year. The renewal season runs from January through March, but you may apply online beginning in December. Visit cambridgema.gov/parking-permits to learn more.

Picture: 2020 Resident Parking Permit photo, which was taken by Mark Hornbuckle.

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