Alameda’s 4th of July Parade is the longest in the nation with a route that spans 3.3 miles. This year, more than 170 entries, 2,500 participants will march across town and more than 60,000 spectator will watch along the route.
To help keep Alameda’s parade the safe and fun place to be on the Fourth of July, the Alameda Fourth of July Parade Foundation is requesting volunteers to staff intersections along the route Thursday, July 4, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Monday, July 4, will mark the 40th year that the Alameda community has celebrated the birth of the nation with a R.A.C.E. and Fourth of July parade. Television news channel KRON 4 will cover the parade for the first time this year.