Frisco's Annual Community Parade to be Held Saturday, November 11; Honors Veterans, Showcases School and Community Spirit
Starts at 10 a.m.
Grand Marshal: Peter Burns, U.S. Army (Ret.) and 2019 Distinguished Veteran of the Year
Emcee: Bianca Castro
We are thrilled to welcome Bianca Castro, NBC 5 Anchor as our Emcee for this year's Community Parade! Read full bio
The Frisco Community Parade is held in November to mark Veterans Day and to celebrate community pride. The parade, which was originally a homecoming parade when Frisco was home to one high school, features floats, school marching bands, high school football teams, cheerleaders, scouts, civic organizations, youth sports teams, Frisco-based professional sports teams, and local businesses.
Beginning at 10 a.m., parade participants will leave Toyota Stadium, traveling east on Main Street through historic downtown before finishing at North County Road.
The Frisco Community Parade is a collaboration between the City of Frisco, Frisco Independent School District, Frisco Chamber of Commerce, and the Frisco Veterans Advisory Committee.
The parade will head East on Main Street from the southeast corner of Toyota Stadium through downtown Frisco.
Pedestrian fencing: The city is adding extra safety features to protect our parade participants and audience. Pedestrian fencing will be placed both along the south side of Main Street and along the north side of the Main Street median (map coming soon). This fencing will be installed starting at 5 a.m. on Saturday; it will be secured at 8 a.m. when roads close. Vehicles parallel parked along Main Street will have until 8 a.m. to exit the area; however, any vehicles not moved before 8 a.m. will be blocked until the conclusion of the parade.
Registration & Fees
Parade attractions include Frisco fire and police vehicles, the Frisco fire clowns, the homecoming/forthcoming royalty of high schools, team mascots, representatives of Frisco's professional sports teams, floats and marchers from various civic and youth groups.
There is no charge for veterans, active military service groups or school groups (including Frisco ISD, Lewisville ISD and Legacy Christian Academy).
- $200 for non-profit and youth organizations
- $400 for businesses and professional organizations
Proceeds from parade payments benefit the Frisco Education Foundation's scholarship fund.
Floats - Contest & Rules
Parade participants are encouraged to show off their community pride by decorating their organization's parade float! Judges will select winners in several categories, including the FISD Spirit Award, the Mayor's Award, the Best Theme Award, and the Most Creative Award.
- Optimum size 6’ x 10’; Maximum size 6’ x 16’ (not including trailer tongue).
- May be towed (garden tractor or truck/auto) or self-propelled.
- Decoration of tow vehicle not required.
- At least one person walking on each side of the float.
- NO throwing candy (may be handed out by walkers).
- School spirit themes are encouraged.
The City of Frisco is always looking for volunteers to help with staging and monitoring crowds along the parade route. All volunteer opportunities have been filled for this year - Thank you!