Southfield Photo Prize 2018

Did You Know?

  • The City of Southfield is Michigan’s undisputed business center – with more office space than the central business districts of Cleveland, Cincinnati, Detroit, Indianapolis or Kansas City.

  • Nearly 200 restaurants make dining in Southfield a pleasurable experience for business entertainment or a family night out.

  • The City of Southfield was the first city in the State of Michigan to hold a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Walk Celebration in commemoration of the first national holiday observance in 1986.

  • The City of Southfield has more than 700 acres of park land as well as two public nine-hole golf courses.

Southfield Photo Prize public exhibition and online voting open until August 31

Community encouraged to visit City Hall and vote for their favorite installation online

The City of Southfield is sponsoring the Southfield Photo Prize competition and outdoor exhibition to showcase the natural and architectural beauty throughout the city. Nearly 200 submissions were received and initially reviewed by the Total Living Commission which selected the top 25 photos that are now eligible for public voting until August 31, 2018.

The community is encouraged to visit all of the finalists which have been enlarged and placed on display from June 13 until August 31 on city hall and the parks & recreation building.

Please select your favorite photograph by clicking the circle directly next to it and then click ‘Submit' at the bottom of the page. You may only vote for one entry per IP address. Additional votes from the same IP address will be ineligible. The photograph that receives the most overall votes will be announced at a public exhibition in September and featured in the City’s 2019 calendar including a photo credit. The other finalists may also be featured in the calendar and other city marketing materials.

For more information, call Community Relations at (248) 796-5130 or e-mail Program Chair Kyra Harris at

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