Getting Here

Ride the free shuttles!

Celebrate the Fourth of July in style without worrying about parking hassles! Join the excitement at the Fourth of July Parade and Festival in Everett by taking advantage of our convenient and free transportation options.

For the Fourth of July Parade, park your vehicle for free at Everett Station and hop aboard the complimentary Everett Transit shuttle. Running from bay F1 starting at 9:30 a.m., the shuttle will drop you off at the heart of the parade route, at Hoyt and Wall. Enjoy the festivities with ease, knowing that when the parade concludes, the shuttle will be ready to take you back to Everett Station from Hoyt and Wall.

If you're planning to attend the Fourth of July Festival, please note that there will be NO PARKING available at Legion Memorial Park. Don't fret, though, because we have you covered! Simply park for free at Everett Community College and catch the convenient Everett Transit Shuttle. Beginning its runs at 3 p.m. from 2206 Tower Street, the shuttle will transport you directly to the festival entrance at Legion Park, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free arrival. 

Attention Paratransit-approved customers: You can secure your shuttle ride for the fireworks celebration in advance. To book your Paratransit ride, please call 425-257-8801 and reserve your spot today.

Frequently asked shuttle questions

Q: Can I take my dog on the shuttle? 

A: Yes. They need to have a leash and muzzle. Service pets do not need to wear muzzles. 

Q: What can't I bring on the shuttle? 

A: Anything flammable (propane, gas, generators etc.). If its job is to go up in flames, then don't bring it on the bus. Do not bring oversized items either, please. Folding chairs, picnic baskets, and coolers are okay. 

Q: Is parking free?

A: Yes, shuttle parking is free.


Trying to avoid traffic to the festivities and fun? Everett has bike routes and lanes to help you get there (along with some great views). There will be bike racks available to you, but there is will NOT be a bike valet at Legion Park. Everett's Bike Map and Community Transit's county-wide bike map will help you plan your ride.

Vehicle drop-off and rideshare

Alternatives to biking or the shuttle, Uber and Lyft are other modes of transportation to get you to where you need to go.   that will take you to a new (or old) adventure. With a click of a button, order your ride and get to all the fun without any of the stress. 

Getting dropped off by car? No prob, just please follow the instructions on the map below.

Vehicle drop off map

July 4 drop-off map web

Shuttle map

Map to July fourth parking and shuttle