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Santa Clarita’s Annual Fourth Of July Parade Parking Tips For 2023

The 2023 Santa Clarita Fourth of July parade is marching in, KHTS highlights the best parking locations for residents attending the annual event.

Santa Clarita’s annual Fourth of July parade leaves residents confused about where to park for the event.

To help prepare attendees to overcome the crowds, KHTS has gathered a list of some of the public parking locations within walking distance of the parade:

  • The 370-space parking structure on 9th and Main Streets In Old Town Newhall
  • The Metrolink Train Station on Railroad Avenue
  • The Old Town Newhall Public Library on Main Street near Lyons Avenue
  • The Newhall Community Center On Market Street
  • Hart Park on  Newhall Avenue
  • Hart High School on Newhall Avenue
  • Placerita Junior High School on Newhall Avenue
  • Parking Lot at 6th Street and Main Street

Street parking is permitted in legal spaces that do not obstruct the parade route, according to officials. Residents are encouraged to account for road closures.

Road closures scheduled to go into effect at 5 a.m. include:

  • Main Street, closed in both directions from Newhall Avenue to Lyons Avenue
  • Market Street, between Cross Street and Newhall Avenue
  • Newhall Avenue, between Lyons Avenue and Railroad Avenue

Road closures that are scheduled to take effect at 6 a.m. are:

  • Eastbound Lyons Avenue, between Railroad Avenue and Orchard Village Road
  • Westbound Lyons Avenue, between Orchard Village Road and Railroad Avenue, will be reduced to a single lane at 6 a.m. and closed at 7:30 a.m.
  • Orchard Village Road, between Lyons Avenue and Wiley Canyon Road
  • Dalbey Avenue, between Orchard Village Road and Newhall Avenue
  • 16th Street, between Orchard Village Road and Newhall Avenue
  • Avenida Ignacio, between Dalbey Avenue and 16th Street
  • Newhall Avenue, between 15th Street 16th Streets

The final day for parade entries is June 22 with a late fee, you can register through the SCV Parade website.

For those that can’t make it to the parade in person, but still would like to be a part of the celebration, follow KHTS Radio on Facebook for a live stream with Andrew Menjivar and Jade Aubuchon throughout the parade.

For more information on the Santa Clarita Fourth of July parade, visit the event’s official website here.

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Santa Clarita’s Annual Fourth Of July Parade Parking Tips For 2023

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About Kait Lavo

Kait Lavo grew up in Santa Clarita and worked to become a multimedia journalist. She received her bachelor's degree in journalism from California State University, Northridge (CSUN). During her time at CSUN, Lavo held the positions of photo editor and Editor-in-Chief of the Daily Sundial. Lavo received additional training through the Spring 2022 NLGJA CONNECT Program and NPR’s Next Gen Radio 2023. She has worked as a photographer for the last 10 years in Santa Clarita and the rest of Los Angeles County. Connecting with others through visuals motivates the work she produces. Lavo’s natural curiosity motivates her to find stories that connect with the community around her.