PARK CITY, Utah. — The Fourth of July Parade will be held on Friday, July 2 at 11:00 am. The theme for the 4th of July Parade is: Together Again.
All parade applications are juried for acceptance of entry. Parade applications will be scored using the following criteria:
- Local Summit County Resident or Business
- Entry’s relevance to the spirit and theme of Independence Day 3
- A completed application and promptness of payment after acceptance Late fees apply after June 14th
Late applications may be considered after June 14. No late applications after June 24. All floats and entries must be decorated to reflect the spirit of Independence Day and this year’s theme.
Acceptance notices to the parade will be received by June 18.
Associated fees must be received no later than Monday, June 28. All payments will be made to Park City Municipal Corporation after acceptance to the parade.
Important Dates to Remember:
- June 14: Last day to submit an application (late fees apply after this day)
- June 18: You will receive notification if accepted
- June 22: Mandatory parade meeting; 6:00 p.m. via zoom June 25, 2021: Last day to submit description changes
- June 28: All applicable fees are due
The 4th of July Parade and activities rely on volunteers to help make the event fun, safe, and organized. If you are interested in volunteering at this fun event, please send an email to Kate McChesney at: email@example.com
Categories and Application Fees:
- For-Profit Business – $200; Late Applications $400
- Non Profit Business – $100; Late Applications $200
- Individuals/Neighborhoods/Community Members – $50; Late Application $100
- Individuals or Community Members cannot represent any business or organization
- This is for neighborhoods/family/friends who want to get together and design a float
- Floats containing no fuel power (Walk, Bike, and Electric Vehicle) will be given a $50 discount.
- Community Spirit
- Humor & Funk
- Crowd Engagement & Favorite
- Youth Award
- Heritage, Tradition, and History
- Environmental Sustainability