Dunwoody 4th of July Parade

 


July 4, 2022
Dunwoody Village
(770) 354-7653
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Celebrate America’s birthday by attending the annual 4th of July parade in Dunwoody, GA the largest Independence Day parade in the state of Georgia! Hosted by the Dunwoody Homeowners Association and The Reporter newspapers and proudly sponsored by the City of Dunwoody, Discover Dunwoody, EEP Events, and NFA Burger, the event features festively adorned floats, marching bands, vintage cars, clowns and animals that parade down the streets of the city. The event is so well known that each year draws more than 2,500 participants and more than 32,000 spectators. This year’s theme will be “Parade of Stars,” honoring veterans, teachers, mayor and council members, business owners, and everyone else who they believe makes Dunwoody great.

Parade Route:
Parade spectators are encouraged to setup chairs along Mt. Vernon and circle around the Dunwoody Village Parkway into Dunwoody Village. Spectators will be blocked from viewing on the east side of Jett Ferry on Mt. Vernon due to the staging and setup for parade participants. Viewing will start on the west side of Jett Ferry on Mt. Vernon.

The parade route is approximately 2.7 miles and steps off from the intersection of Mount Vernon Road and Jett Ferry Road at 9:00 a.m., proceeds west on Mt. Vernon to Dunwoody Village, turns right onto Dunwoody Village Parkway, circles around the Parkway, and left into Dunwoody Village in between First Watch and Citizens Bank . Volunteers will guide parade participants to parade parking (Post Office Side). The Festival Area will be on the Walgreens side of Dunwoody Village. It takes approximately 1 hour to walk the entire parade route.

Viewing Information:
Parade spectators are encouraged to setup chairs along Mt. Vernon and circle around the Dunwoody Village Parkway into Dunwoody Village. Spectators will be blocked from viewing on the east side of Jett Ferry on Mt. Vernon due to the staging and setup for parade participants. Viewing will start on the west side of Jett Ferry on Mt. Vernon.

Mt. Vernon Road, between Jett Ferry Road and Dunwoody Village, will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. [times are approximate; contact the Dunwoody Police Department for specific questions about road closures and traffic information].

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