Spotted: First parade chairs on Highland Ave.

A resident out for a nighttime stroll on June 23 spotted the first (?) parade chairs out on Highland Avenue.

A reminder from the City:

As the 4th of July Parade is nearing and residents are beginning to scout out the best viewing spots for the parade, we’d like to ask that residents be considerate of each other when placing chairs for parade viewing on Highland Avenue.

Please be considerate when placing chairs in front of homes and businesses. Please don’t block access from the street to the sidewalk, so people getting out of cars to visit their neighbors and local businesses can do so without fear of falling. Please keep people in mind who have mobility issues when deciding where to place chairs.

Placing chairs on the sidewalk next to Bus Stops is not allowed. It will block people who are trying to use AC Transit to get around and could block the handicapped lift.

Prime parade route real estate

4 thoughts on “Spotted: First parade chairs on Highland Ave.

  1. I agree, too. I was very shocked yesterday to see a row of chairs completely covering a blue handicapped curb on Highland. Inconsiderate to say the least. Shouldn’t that be illegal?

  2. This is crazy. There should be a city mandate that chairs cannot be placed out before July 1 at the earliest.

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