WATCH REPLAY: Brevard Sheriff’s Office Draws Huge Crowd for July 4th Parade on Merritt Island

By  //  July 5, 2023

Thousands of Brevardians claimed their favorite viewing spot and set up their flags

SPACE COAST DAILY TV – WATCH REPLAY: The Brevard County Sheriff’s annual Independence Day Parade starts at 10AM at Merritt Island High School and ends at Edgewood Jr/Sr High School. Sheriff Wayne Ivey and America’s Top Police Dog, Junny, will be leading the parade. After the parade concluded, the Brevard Veterans Memorial Center in Merritt Island, hosted a July 4th Celebration with food trucks, displays and more. The Friday Night Locker Room’s Orville Susong and Steve Wilson provided the coverage.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – As everyone knows 4th of July is a time for our entire community to once again join together to celebrate our nation’s Independence.

Our annual “Independence Day Parade” took place on Tuesday, July 4 once again strolled along the streets of Merritt Island with the float and parade participants starting at Merritt Island High School.

The parade headed south on Courtenay Parkway and turned East onto Merritt Avenue with the parade ending at Edgewood Jr./Sr. High School.

Thousands of Brevardians claimed their favorite viewing spot and set up their flags as this year’s parade was huge with tons of participants, floats, and patriotism!

To make things even better, once the parade ended, our great partners just around the corner at the Veterans Memorial Center hosted food trucks and all access admission to the Veteran’s Museum, for some great Red, White, and Blue fun.

This was a great parade as everyone was excited about lining the streets to celebrate our nation’s Independence! Of course, America’s Top Police Dog, Junny, and I were there so we could all celebrate the Independence of our great nation together.

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey