Beaverton Celebration Parade
2013 Celebration Parade
Save the date for the 56th annual Celebration Parade on Saturday September 7, 2013! Join us for a day filled with floats, music, mascots and fun for the whole family.
Stay tuned for details about the 5K Fun Run/Walk just before the parade, a benefit for the Beaverton Police Activities League (PAL).
Now Seeking Parade Day Entries!
If you are interested in participating in the parade as an entry, fill out the online Parade entry form or download the PDF Parade entry form. Please review the entry form information before applying.
We look forward to celebrating with you at the parade!
||Saturday September 7, 2013
||Parade starts at 10:00 am
||The parade begins at the corner of SW Wilson Avenue and Allen Boulevard. It then takes SW Erickson Avenue to 5th Street, passing by the Beaverton City Library. The parade ends at Griffith Park near Beaverton City Hall. View the route here: Parade Route Map
2013 Beaverton Celebration Parade Theme Contest!
Beaverton residents are invited to submit ideas for this year's parade day theme by Friday, May 31 at 5 pm. You could win a fantastic prize package that includes a 'celebrity' ride in the annual parade! There is a limit of two entries per Beaverton household.
How to enter (Please include your street address and phone number with the submission):
Send an e-mail
Send a letter to: City of Beaverton Parade Theme Contest, Attn: Victor Sin, Events Coordinator
PO Box 4755 Beaverton, OR 97076
Drop it off in person: Mayor's Office, located at City Hall: 4755 SW Griffith Drive, 3rd Floor.
Calling all community businesses and organizations!
Previous Celebration Parades
Interested in partnering with us? Over a thousand community members line the parade route each year. Here is your chance to join in on the celebration. For details please call 503-526-2559 | e-mail
Download and view the sponsorship packet here. Beaverton Celebration Parade Sponsorship Packet
Beaverton’s Celebration Parade began in 1957 and has grown into a community tradition with more than 100 festive entries from marching bands and colorful floats to civic and cultural organizations. Each year, the Service to Beaverton Award winners are honored as celebrity guests joining local elected officials and the featured Grand Marshal.