2015 Fourth of July Parade Applications Now Available

January 30, 2015

Media Contact:
Kyle Kramm, Main Street Program Director
(830) 401-2448

2015 Fourth of July Parade Applications Now Available
Application Deadline is June 15

SEGUIN, Texas – Applications for the 2015 Biggest Small-Town Fourth of July Parade in Texas are now available on the City of Seguin website.

“The Fourth of July falls on a Saturday this year, which is great,” Main Street Program Director Kyle Kramm said. “Typically when it’s on a weekend, the number of parade participants and the crowd of spectators is even bigger than normal. The weekend gives folks from out-of-town the opportunity to make the drive here and maybe even stay the night and explore our great community.”

Parade applications can be obtained by going to or from the City of Seguin Main Street Department webpage. Requests for an application can also be made by calling (830) 401-5000 and leaving a message with a full mailing address, FAX number or email. Applications are also available at City Hall at 205 N. River Street or at the Municipal Annex Building at 211 N. River Street.

Applications are due by June 15 and confirmations will be mailed out by June 22. The Parade will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 4. For information on Freedom Fiesta and other locally sponsored 4th of July activities go to

About the City of Seguin
Seguin, Texas is located along Interstate 10, about 35 miles east of San Antonio. Seguin is big enough to boast a top-rated university and a state-of-the-art hospital. More than 25,000 residents enjoy a range of cultural, recreational and employment opportunities. Seguin’s robust diversified economy features a steelmaker, a manufacturer of automotive parts, an engine manufacture and plants making roadside mowing equipment and building materials. In 2014, Seguin was proud to be selected by Siro Group USA as the future home of the company's North American manufacturing facility.

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Click here to view the press release.
Click here for a parade application.

Posted by: Morgan Ash