Usually, admission is $10, but as a gift to the community, and in an effort to reduce the handling of tickets, the Spring 2020 Parade of Homes will have free admission. No tickets will be required. For this spring’s event, the public will be encouraged to bring canned food or cash donations that will be distributed through HACAP. Look for HACAP donation boxes at each Parade home or to make a monetary donation, CLICK HERE.
Yes, the Spring 2020 Parade of Homes will go forward, with some changes. Focused on safety, you can choose to tour parade homes in person or online, with virtual video tours that will be posted by june 20.
Following the CDC guidelines, the public is encouraged to wear a mask while visiting the Parade homes. Please note some homes will be requiring masks be worn and we ask you to respect each builders choice.
Usually, only a handful of people are visiting each Parade home at a time, but the public is asked to follow the CDC guidelines for social distancing. Some builders may mark a route through their Parade home with a suggested entrance and exit. Please follow any posted signs and be patient if you are asked to wait before entering a Parade home. The builder may periodically wipe down door knobs and high traffic areas, but please avoid touching surfaces as much possible in each Parade home.
In the past, the public has been encouraged to leave their shoes at the door of each Parade home and put on surgical booties so the homes don’t experience too much wear and tear. This year, the public will still be encouraged to take off their shoes, but booties may not be provided, so be sure to wear socks because no bare feet will be allowed.
Again, please follow the CDC guidelines to stay home if you feel sick or may have been exposed to the coronavirus.
Yes, please follow the traditional Parade rules.
Thank you for your support and for supporting the local builders, remodelers, subcontractors and suppliers who have worked on each Parade home.