City of Alameda 4th of July Parade - Monday, July 4, 2022
This all-day event starts off with the Race For Midway Shelter at 9:00 am; with the Parade starting at 10:00 am(PDF, 3MB).
Alameda's 4th of July Parade is the longest in the nation with a route that spans 3.3 miles, attracting more than 170 entries and 2,500 participants. The Parade draws over 60,000 spectators from the region and entries include a full spectrum of Bay Area residents, including equestrians, dance troops, floats, antique cars, community groups, transported and marching bands from both the community and local schools and people of all shapes and sizes.
Be prepared to show off your patriotic colors and line the streets along the Parade route.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS (click on the logos for their websites):
Check out the 2022 Parade Program(PDF, 3MB), with the official line-up, route, and more!
Be sure to line up along the Parade Route(PDF, 518KB)
Streets will begin closing between 7 and 8 am along the parade route unless you are an official vehicle or in the parade itself.
Join the fun by becoming a sponsor for the 2023 July 4th Parade. More information to come.
Entries for the 2022 July 4th Parade are now closed. Registration deadline was Friday, June 17, 2022.
Public Works Department