Photo by: Sam Amundson courtesy of West St. Paul Reader

West St. Paul Parade

Sponsored by South Robert St. Business Association

Parades date back in West St. Paul’s history to the 1960s. Parades are truly an event for any age to enjoy. They help to promote local businesses and bring folks together.

Explore West St. Paul Days hopes to carry on the legacy of well-attended, diverse, and highly entertaining parades. Set up your blankets and lawn chairs along the public right of ways on Charlton Street to enjoy a lively parade that celebrates community.

The parade begins at 10:30 am on Saturday, June 10. Units will begin the route at Minea Street and travel north, ending at the four-way stop at Bernard Street West and Charlton Street. The section from Langer Circle to Emerson Avenue is sensory-friendly - no lights, horns, or sirens.

2023 Parade Route

Saturday, June 10th
Beginning at 10:30 am

The parade will run north starting at Minea Street and ending at the intersection of Charlton Street and Bernard Street West.

Quiet Zone - Sensory Friendly from Langer Circle to Emerson Avenue