The spectacular ceremony will be hosted at Westminster Abbey on May 6, and a series of events are taking place in Peterborough to mark the historic occasion.
A number of streets will be hosting parties for residents living on the road.
Peterborough Cathedral will be screening the ceremony live, both indoors and outdoors, for residents who want to watch it with others.
On the day itself, there will also be a community procession from the Guild Hall to the Cathedral with an outdoor community picnic.
Julie Spence, HM Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, said: “We are delighted to announce these events in Peterborough, which will bring joy to residents on the day of the Coronation itself.
"This will be a huge national celebration and what better way to enjoy it than together in such wonderful surroundings.”
Here are the 12 street parties being held across the city where organisers have applied to Peterborough City Council for official road closures: