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Info About Parade Rules and Amenities
The Parade Access Ordinance is still in effect. Parade fans are welcome to save their spots, in person, 24 hours before the parade. Please do not use tape, paint, or chalk to mark your viewing spot. Portable toilets will be provided along the route for those who intend to camp, and there are designated viewing areas for elderly guests and those with disabilities.
I-5 Closure Details for June 7 - 10
For those who may be coming from Washington to attend the parade, there will be a road closure happening at the I-5 / I-205 Junction on Grand Floral Parade weekend (June 7 - 10). Please read the following flier that explains the closure in greater detail. WASHDOT can be contacted for additional details.
For more information:
Closure Flier [PDF](Note: The above document is in .pdf format.)
Parade Seating for the Disabled
The Portland Rose Festival -- in cooperation with the City of Portland and TriMet -- will be offering two locations along the Grand Floral Parade route, one on the east side and one on the west side, for special needs seating.
Special Needs Locations
Oregon Convention Center (777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard)
Handicap-accessible parade-line seating is available in a reserved area at the south end of the Oregon Convention Center property. Space is limited, so guests must request tickets in advance to have access to the seating area. A maximum of two tickets per request (disabled guest plus one companion) will be granted while supplies last. Chairs will be provided and outside food and beverages are permitted.
To request passes or if you have questions, please contact Megan Snell at email@example.com or 503.227.2681.
Please note that parking is NOT included -- arrival by TriMet is encouraged.
East side of SW Broadway between Yamhill & Morrison
FIRST-COME FIRST-SERVED SEATING AVAILABLE ON PARADE DAY
Priority seating for the disabled and elderly is available on a first-come first-served basis on parade morning along Broadway at Pioneer Courthouse Square. Guests must bring their own chairs or blankets to sit on, chairs will not be provided. Arrival by MAX light rail to the Pioneer Courthouse Square stop is encouraged.
Thanks to the Portland Rose Festival and the City of Portland, there are public toilets plus sinks available along the parade route. See the following map for locations.
GFP Toilet Map [PDF]
Convention Center Garage
Parking is available. Specific instructions for accessing Convention Center parking will be mailed with requested passes, and parking will be limited to vehicles with a state-issued disabled placard, whose occupants hold passes for the seating area.
Rose Quarter Parking Garages
From 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on parade day for $10 per car.
Other Parking Locations
Vehicles with disabled parking permits may park on a first-come, first-served basis at the following locations: