The City of Alameda held an award ceremony for the list of Fourth of July Parade (“Alamedans, Bay Area Residents Enjoy Island Parade After COVID Pause,” July 5) winners on Thursday, July 21. Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft presented the winners with a trophy at the event.
Fourth of July
Alameda’s Fourth of July Parade was brought back to the Island City after a two-year pause due to COVID-19. More than 170 floats took part in the event. Every facet of the city was represented at the parade.
At 2:40 a.m., Thursday, June 19, California Highway Patrol made an enforcement stop on a white Dodge Caravan speeding along westbound Interstate 80 near Leisure Town Road in Vacaville.
The City of Alameda announced the city’s renowned 4th of July Parade will return after a two-year hiatus on Monday, July 4.
The city made the announcement on Tuesday, March 1. The parade has been canceled the last two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.