Connecticut Veterans Parade features nearly 110 units and over 4,000 marchers. If you would like to march in the largest Veterans
parade in New England, please complete the following registration form,
and submit by October 12, 2013. If it is past the date, please contact the office at 860.986.7254.
here for Parade Participation
Eligibility forElected Officials
If you would like to volunteer to help out on parade day, all volunteers must pre-register. 2013 Volunteer Registration Packets Coming Soon!
participate or volunteer, registrations must be completed by October 12th. If you need assistance in registering please call the Connecticut
Veterans Parade Information Line: (860)-986-7254. Clearly state
your name and phone number and someone will return your call.
The Connecticut Veterans Parade is an apolitical and respectful salute
to Connecticut veterans. Politicians who wish to march in the Parade must be
elected/appointed State and municipal legislators who currently
represent/serve Connecticut residents. This includes US and State Senators
and Representatives, mayors and members of Town/City Council and Boards of
Politicians who plan to march should provide advance written notice, either
by completing a Participant
email@example.com or faxing a letter to (860) 986-7259.
Political candidates who have not been elected or appointed to office at the
time of the Parade are ineligible to march in their capacity as a candidate
for office. However, if they are a veteran they are encouraged to march with
their affiliated group (VFW, Korean War Vets, etc.).
No candidate for office, including incumbent candidates, may distribute
campaign flyers or paraphernalia or display campaign signage while
participating in the Parade.
For safety reasons, distribution of handbills, candy etc. by any Parade
participant is strictly forbidden by the City of Hartford.