CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO FOURTH OF JULY PARADE
Thank you for your interest in the Annual Fourth of July Parade presented by Credit Union of Colorado! This year’s event promises to be filled with fun and excitement as thousands of visitors flood Main Street for this traditional holiday favorite event!
The parade will be held at 10am on Wednesday, July 4. Below are a few rules and regulations and general information for this year’s event. Please read them carefully and contact the Downtown Office at 245-9697 if you have questions or need additional information. Again, thank you for your interest in this great event! We look forward to seeing you at the Parade.
- PARADE IS LIMITED TO FIRST 100 ENTRIES!
- No profanity or inappropriate signage on an entry will be allowed. Offenders will not receive a refund.
- Registration fees are non-refundable and the application must be completely filled out to be considered.
- Early registration: $30 per entry through June 20. (one fee per entry, unless your float has more than 5 pieces. If this is the case, you will be charged $10 per additional piece).
- Late registration: $50 per entry from June 21-July 2. Registration closes July 2 at Noon.
- You’ll receive a telephone call informing you of your placement in the parade as well as staging information by Sunday, July 1.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: (please read carefully)
- Safety is a must.
- No open flames.
- Throwing or tossing items is prohibited. If you would like to give handouts, please walk close to the sidelines or on the sidewalk and hand items out.
- ALL walking participants must be at least seven (7) years of age and accompanied by an adult.
- Any vehicle over 20’ in length (including trailer) requires adult walkers, one at each corner of the float.
- Entries can be no higher than 13’ 5” tall.
FLOAT PARTICIPANT REGROUPING:
- The largest floats will be directed through the 1st and Main Street intersection. Parties wishing to meet up with these parade participants can regroup at the Mesa County Justice Center.
- All smaller floats will be turned right off Main Street into the City Market parking lot to Rood Ave. and directed back to the staging area.