The Rodeo Parade entries are divided into what are called divisions. These divisions are a mix of wagons, horseback, and walking entries that march along the parade route. The divisions will line up in their staging areas on Alaska, Oregon, and Canada Streets, and Holladay Drive between Liberty Avenue and 12th Avenue. As the parade moves out they will exit onto 12th Avenue to enter into the parade at its starting point on Drexel.
To get to the staging areas, the divisions will use Liberty Ave. and some of the wagons and entries coming from the Rodeo Grounds will be coming down Liberty Ave. all the way from Ohio Street north of Irvington.
The divisions are accompanied by Rodeo Parade volunteers who ensure that as they line up and park vehicles to unload horses and participants that they do not block neighbors who need to leave before the parade begins. Many of these participants will remain parked in this area until the end of the parade and will be returning to the area to reload their horses.
Special thanks to the Vidaneuva Church on Nebraska St. for allowing divisional parade participants to park in their parking lot.
Scroll down to the map below to view the route. Click on the map to download it as a pdf.