Dunwoody 4th of July Parade, presented by the Dunwoody Owners Association and Reporter Newspapers

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About the parade

Dunwoody Homeowners Association and Reporter Newspapers will host the annual July 4th Parade featuring marching bands, floats, clowns, animals and local celebrities.

In 2019, the parade attracted more than 2,500 participants and 35,000 spectators!

The cover of the Reporter special section for the 2021 show

Parade route:
Parade spectators are encouraged to set up chairs along Mount Vernon and circle the Dunwoody Village Parkway to Dunwoody Village. Spectators will not be able to see the east side of Jett Ferry on Mount Vernon due to the staging and parade participant setup. Viewing will begin on the west side of Jett Ferry on Mt. Vernon.

The parade route is approximately 2.7 miles and departs from the intersection of Mount Vernon Road and Jett Ferry Road at 9:00 a.m., continue west on Mt. Vernon to Dunwoody Village, turn right onto Dunwoody Village Parkway, turn around the Parkway, and left into Dunwoody Village between First Watch and Citizens Bank. Volunteers will guide parade participants to the parade parking lot (post office side). The festival area will be on the Walgreens side of Dunwoody Village. It takes about 1 hour to walk the entire parade route.

Information display:
Parade spectators are encouraged to set up chairs along Mount Vernon and circle the Dunwoody Village Parkway to Dunwoody Village. Spectators will not be able to see the east side of Jett Ferry on Mount Vernon due to the staging and parade participant setup. Viewing will begin 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].

After the parade:
Please join the Dunwoody community after the parade in Dunwoody Village (near the US Post Office in Dunwoody Village for family fun and great food. Ceremonies begin around 11:30 am.


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