WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — There are plenty of holidays that the District observes throughout the year, and if you’re driving in D.C. on any of those days, you’ll find a holiday when it comes to metered parking, too.

Drivers get a break from paying on a dozen holidays. This is the list of the official and observed ones in the city, according to the District Department of Transportation’s (DDOT) website:

  • New Year’s Day Observed – January 1
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Third Monday in January
  • Presidents’ Day – Third Monday in February
  • D.C. Emancipation Day – April 16
  • Memorial Day – Last Monday in May
  • Juneteenth – June 19
  • Independence Day – July 4
  • Labor Day – First Monday of September
  • Columbus Day – Second Monday of October
  • Veterans Day Observed – November 11
  • Thanksgiving Day – Fourth Thursday of November
  • Christmas Day – December 25

DDOT said it manages approximately 18,000 metered parking spaces. As part of the Fiscal Year 2016 Budget Support Act, the rate structure established parking meter rates at $2.30 an hour for commercial and passenger vehicles citywide.