Check in between 8:00am to 8:30am at the Union Pacific Parking lot on Vernon Street, 1600 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (See Map #1). You can access the Check in from Cirby Street or Sixth Street. Please do not move any barricades or street closures when entering the Parade.
Only One person from your group or organization needs to check in. The purpose of checking in is to get your participant number. Your participant number is the same as your placement number which will be located on Vernon Street written in chalk on Vernon Street between Sixth Street and Douglas BLVD. Please line up as far to the left as possible leaving the right side of the road open for other parade participants. The number on the ground represents the beginning of your staging position. Your staging area goes as far as the next number in the line up.
The Parade will start at 10am SHARP. Please have all your decorations up and your participants ready to go at 10am Sharp.
Please do NOT throw items such as candy or toys from your vehicles. Items may land in traffic and kids may run into the street to retrieve the items causing injury or death. Some individuals may not like having things thrown at them and may throw things back such as fists. It has happened in other parades.
Please stay close to the float or organization in front of you during the parade.
No more than 30 feet back but not closer than 10 feet.
If you have multiple vehicle entries, please drive through in a staggered formation.
Please do not stop in front of the judges.
Animal droppings must be picked up by owners. This is a volunteer run event this year.
There is NO staff to clean up. Only Volunteers, so please be courteous and pick up your trash.
Alcohol may not be consumed on or around the parade route. The Parade will end at Royer Park and there is a reserved parking lot available for tear down located at the Intersection of Douglas BLVD and Park Drive. (See Map #4)
This is a community event and we are all here to have a good time. If you are having a bad day, go get an ice cream cone. If that does not make you feel better, please go home until you feel better.
Thank you for your participation and your patriotism.