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Update: Brentwood July 4 Parade Viewing Registration Opens, Nearly Full

by ECT

The City of Brentwood announced that its July 4th Parade Viewing area registration opens Monday, July 14  at 8:00 am,

Last week, the Council agreed to have the parade in a 5-0 vote after staff made changes and more information was provided to ensure safety during the event. In the end, the council agreed to a 1-hour event beginning at 9:30 am with a route starting at Birch Street and ending at the city hall near the library—with a few rights and lefts along the way. It is anticipated between 1,000 to 1,100 people will be in attendance.

To register, click here.

Limited spots now available. Of the 26 viewing areas created, 4 areas have spaces available. Everything else is full.


Things to remember:
  • Registration is FREE.
  • Registration is open to Brentwood residents only until Monday, June 25.
  • Registrants must be in a viewing area. Stopping to watch the parade outside of a viewing area will not be permitted.
  • Registrants in viewing areas will be spaced 6 feet apart and need to wear face coverings at all times.
  • Groups will be limited to 7 individuals. Families over 7 should reserve two spaces.
Interested in participating in the parade?
Registrations for parade participants is open now. We are seeking floats, performance groups, equestrian groups, classic cars, and community groups, especially those recognizing our essential workers.
Parade participant registration can be found at https://bit.ly/brentwood4th2021.
Update – as of Tuesday morning, 87 participant spots remain open.

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owen Jun 14, 2021 - 10:35 am

The Brentwood City Council, what a bunch of idiots. Register July 14 to see the July 4th parade. sheesh… I’m going and will stand where ever I feel like standing and will not wear a mask you bunch of Council cucks.

SW Jun 15, 2021 - 8:49 am

I was asked to volunteer for this event, to help assist folks find there area, remind people of masks, etc.
Its idiots like the one above that I figured I’d have to be dealing with so I had to decline.
(PS – it’s called a typo, anyone, including this paper, you or I are capable of making one)

T. Jun 17, 2021 - 11:58 pm

No more masking and distancing folks. Time to move on Contra Costa County. This county keeps pushing this garbage while others have opened up awhile back. I have no desire to attend any event where the masking and distancing police will be running around!

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