It's hard to believe we're less than a month away from one of the biggest celebrations in Tri-Cities. This very well could be the 4th of July party that feels like a pre-pandemic event. There will be PEOPLE, a pancake breakfast, a bike ride, a cardboard boat race in the pool, and of course, a parade.

The City of Pasco has announced a new route for the 4th of July Parade.

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The parade will start at the corner of 4th Ave and Sylvester. Then, it will wrap around, down Clark St, head up 14th Ave before wrapping up at 5th Ave and Sylvester St. The parade will begin at 10:00 AM.

What do I have to do to be in the parade?

If your organization or group would like to participate in the Pasco 4th of July parade, fill out this form. It needs to be finished and returned by June 30th. You can either email your completed registration form or mail it back to P.O. Box 293, Pasco, WA 99301.

What events are planned for Pasco's Grand Ole Fourth of July Celebration?

On July 2, the festivities begin with a family bike ride. On the 4th, you can participate in a fun run, pancake breakfast, a car show, and more. For your convenience, please consult this flyer for event times and locations.

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If you have any questions, you can contact the City of Pasco.

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