Independence Day Parade: Monday, July 4 at 1PM

Message from the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce:


The Sudbury Chamber of Commerce 4th of July Parade Committee is happy to announce that the Parade is back on for 2022.  After a two year pandemic hiatus we would like to welcome everyone back.

This year’s theme “Sudbury Salutes HEROES, HELPERS and ESSENTIAL WORKERS” is in honor of and to thank all the people whose service(s) were fundamental to maintaining the wellbeing of our community during the pandemic.  

Let’s gather as a community and make this parade the best in years with floats, banners and celebrations to show our gratitude and salute our hometown heroes. To name a few: Teachers, school nurses and administration. Doctors, nurses, administration and support staff at local facilities and hospitals. Town workers and administration. Grocery and retail store employees. Firefighters, Paramedics, Police Officers, and Postal Workers to name a few.  I am sure there are plenty more to add.  

The Parade starts at 1:00 on Monday, July 4th.  Like in years past, the parade will line up at Chiswick Park.  We ask that you enter from Route 20, (GPS address is 490 Boston Post Road, Sudbury). Once you are registered, we will send confirmation with directions, your assigned division and a map of the parade route.  


Parade Details

  • The parade is always on the 4th of July at 1:00, no matter what day of the week it falls on

  • The Parade route is approximately 2.5 miles long

  • All parade participants MUST enter from Route 20 into Chiswick park and you will be directed on which division you are assigned to.

  • The parade route runs from Union Ave (at Chiswick park) to Route 20 E to Concord Rd north to the town center

  • A shuttle bus will run from 11 am to 3 pm from the Bus lot at the Town center to Chiswick Park for participants wanting to park their car at the end of the parade.

  • Parking is available at the entrance to Chiswick Park (GPS Address 490 Boston post Rd) and/or at the Bus lot at Town Center

  • The Town Hall parking lot will be CLOSED to the public, before, during and after the parade

  • The parade starts at 1:00  and usually lasts between 1 – 2 hours, depending on the number of participants

  • Road Closures

        * Union Ave will be closing at 12:45 

        * Boston Post Road (Route 20) from Nobscot Road to Landham Road

        * Concord Road from Boston Post Road to Plympton Road

        * Route 27 from Water Row to Peakham Road

  • Anyone traveling through the area between 12:45 – 4:00 should expect delays

  • Throwing Candy: For the safety of all parade attendees and participants, no candy is to be thrown from a moving vehicle.  Candy may be thrown from the ground by walkers only.

  • High school students can earn 3 hours of community service for volunteering on the parade day. Email

  • CERT and SUSTAINABLE SUDBURY will be stationed at ASCENSION PARISH formerly Our Lady of Fatima Church @ 160 Concord Road

  • For anyone wanting to participate please email or text 978-815-6105 so additional information can be sent


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