Monday , 24 October 2016

Victorville Christmas Parade 2013

christmas-wallpapers-backgrounds-6Kiwanis Club of Victorville is excited to bring the High Desert the 2013 Victorville Christmas Parade in December.

The parade has been a family destination for decades and this year will be an exceptional celebration honoring our local heroes.

The 2013 theme is “Santa’s Heroes: Past, Present, and Future” with Grand Marshall Sheriff John McMahon along with celebrating local heroes of the Victor Valley.

The parade is scheduled for Saturday December 7th at 10am and also illustrates local partnerships through sponsorships and activities available. The parade is a large, community driven program and Victorville Kiwanis depends upon on the great relationships with the City of Victorville, Victor Valley Global Medical Center, Daily Press, committee members and other supporters to make this year a huge success.

For more information or to enter the parade, contact the Marketing Department at Victor Valley Global Medical Center at 760/843-6190, visit the Victor Valley Chamber of Commerce or Victorville Glass.

Parade Route: The parade will begin at the corner of 7th street and Plaza drive. The parade route is approximately tow miles long and ends at the intersection of 7th street and Mojave drive. All parade entries will turn left onto Mojave drive at the end of the parade route.


Staging area street closures– closed to through traffic:

-La Paz drive between 7th street and Lorene drive.

-Seneca road from La Paz to Rodeo drive.

-Mesa drive from Villa to Seneca

-Plaza drive between La Paz and 7th street


Parade route street closures – closed to through traffic:

-7th street between La Paz Mojave

-Mojave drive from 7th street to Del Rey

-6th street from Mojave drive to Tracy

Detours will be in place motorist are encouraged to utilize alternate routes, if possible.



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