Registration is now open for the 2019 Sertoma July 4th Parade

2019 Rules & Regulations Packet | Parade Sponsorship Opportunities | July 4th Frontier Days Festival at Old Setters Park 

The 2019 Sertoma July 4th Parade is getting bigger and better than ever, and will again feature giant helium inflatables and marching bands.

This year’s route will travel 1.5 miles down Mays Street, between Mays Crossing and U.S. 79. The parade will start earlier this year, at 9 a.m., to beat the summer heat.

The Round Rock Sertoma July 4th parade has become a signature event in Round Rock. With 20,000 spectators made up of residents and visitors from Austin, Georgetown and beyond, the event boasts of hometown goodness.

Awards will be presented in the following categories: Mayor’s Award, Community Spirit Award, Best High School Award, Best Float Awards (1st – 3rd), Stars & Stripes Award, Hot Rod Award, Yankee Doodle Dandy Award, Patriotic Performance Award, Firecracker Award & Sparkler Award. Please download the download the 2019 Rules & Regulations for more detailed information about the award categories. 

Register now for the 2019 Sertoma July 4th Parade!

Entry Fees:
$50 – Business (for profit businesses)
$25 – All other entries (non-profit, civic groups, clubs, individuals)

Wednesday, June 14, 2019. A $50 late fee will be applied after June 14 if space allows.

All applications will be reviewed by and are subject to the approval of event organizers. No entry will be accepted for consideration until the application process is completed. Entries in The Round Rock Sertoma July 4th Parade are expected to reflect the spirit of Independence Day and must be suitable for a family entertainment event.

The parade will not be used as a platform for special interests. All instructions and directions from parade officials must be obeyed. No alcoholic beverages of any type will be allowed. Entry fees are non-refundable. 

For more information, call the Parks and Recreation main office at (512) 218-5540.



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