AF Steel Days Grand Parade

AF Steel Days Grand Parade
Event on 2016-07-09 10:00:00
The parade brings the entire community out in celebration of the life and achievements of our local community. The Grand Parade is an extravaganza featuring local marching bands, floats, local government, law enforcement, clowns, and much more. The parade will be July 9th and will start promptly at 10:00am. Please review the following rules and guidelines to help us have a safe, fun and enjoyable time! All entries must be decorated, except antique vehicles. The exception must be given prior to the day of the parade. No unadorned trucks and/or trailers will be allowed in the parade. Floats must be capable of maneuvering around sharp turns. Maximum float size requirements: Width no more than 15’ Length (include float & towing vehicle) no more than 55' Distributing flyers, advertisements, etc.  • Participates that are distributing must walk on sidewalks only. They are not permitted to walk on the road. • All equestrian entries are responsible to bring their own “waste disposal group” (pooper scoopers). • Amplified sound will not be permitted with an entry unless specific prior written approval has been given by the Steel Days Parade Committee. Prior notification allows the committee to determine correct float placement. • No water is to be thrown/sprayed from the parade route. PARADE ENTRY STANDARDS AND REQUIREMENTS • Entry applications will not be accepted if the Steel Days Committee determines an entry to be unlawful, controversial, or otherwise considered to be inconsistent with the standards and purpose of the American Fork Steel Days Parade. • All enties will have to agree to the waiver of liability to be able to register for the event. • The Parade must continually move, no stopping on the parade route. Any entries who wish to provide such performances will need to be part of the pre-parade entertainment (i.e. – Cheer, Dance, and Karate Groups wishing to do demonstrations that would stop the parade or otherwise hold it up). • NO THROWING OF CANDY, TOYS, ETC items may be by scattering the items in the gutter in front of people. It is the responsibility of the entry organization to provide enough walking participants for distribution. It is the intent of our city and committee to maintain safety for the participates and the spectators. Throwing items could jeopardize the safety and therefore could incur a fine of up to 0 per incident. • All drivers of vehicles must be at least 21 years old and be able to provide proof of insurance and a valid driver’s license on the parade route, if necessary.• Miscellaneous vehicle entries will not be allowed into the parade unless specific prior written approval has been given by the Steel Days Parade Committee. A car club can submit one application listing each vehicle separately. • It is recommended that each float carry a fire extinguisher.• The safety operation and conduct of your entry and organization is your sole responsibility. • No political candidates “campaigning” for office are allowed to participate in the parade. • The Steel Days Parade Committee reserves the right to place parade entries in any order they deem necessary. • The parade committee reserves the right to remove a participate for any inappropriate behavior.• If anyone in your organization fails to leave when asked by an official, your entry will be dismissed from the parade route. • Any entry turned in after the due date will not be accepted into the parade. • Any entry that comes to the parade and wants to participate the day of the parade without prior consent through the Steel Days Committee (entry form) will not be allowed to participate. • There will be a limited amount of entries in the parade this year; therefore it is very important that your application is turned in on time. • Entries will be on a first come basis with a limited number of commercial entries. PARADE ROUTE ENTRY: I-15 Directions: All entries with the exception of bands and floats: All entries arriving from I-15 freeway should take the American Fork Main Street Exit 278 to the signal at Doug Smith Auto Plex. A parade manager will greet you and direct you to your line-up position. The parade staging area will be on Main Street and adjoining side streets. Band Entries: All band buses need to take freeway 500 East American Fork Exit 276. Continue north on 500 East to 200 South turn left on 200 South proceed to parade checkpoint at 300 West. Bands will be staging at Lyons Park / 300 West. The parade’s band coordinator will be there to help bands line up. Float Entries: Please approach from Pacific Ave/100 North. Turn left onto State Street; proceed to the signal at the Doug Smith Auto Plex/Main Street turn left where you will be met by a parade volunteer and directed to your line up position. END OF ROUTE EXIT: NO vehicles will be allowed on 4th North between 100 East and Center Street. ALL ENTRIES WILL EXIT AT 100 EAST AND 400 NORTH. From there, the directions are as follows: Floats & Equestrian: Will continue west on 400 North. Participants can be picked up at 400 North and 100 West. Music, Cheers & Children’s Entries: Turn north on Center Street. Participants can be picked up at the Pony League Ball Fields north of the Recreation Center. (Access from 100 W and turning east on 600 N) Professional and all other entries: Turn south on Center Street. Participants can be picked up at 325 North. There will be parade staff and police officers to give directions and help entries off of the route. WHEN EXITING ROUTE AND PICKING UP PARTICIPANTS: -Do not block traffic. -Watch for small children and others-Pull in so that you do not have to back up, if possible. -Park away from the pick-up point and walk, if possible. -Please remain calm

at American Fork City
51 East Main
American Fork, United States

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