Festival & Parade Parking

It's never too early to start making transportation plans to the Memorial Day Parade and Festival.

Parking (Updated Wednesday, May 24)

Free public parking is available at the Kaiser Permanente garage (on the corner of N. Washington St. and Park Ave.) and the George Mason Square garage (103 W. Broad St.). Free parking is available on some side streets, but please check signs for time limits.

Visitors to the Memorial Day festivities are reminded to NOT park in private parking lots with posted "No Parking – Towing Enforced" signs, including shopping centers and office buildings. The private lots are for the customers of businesses only. Many businesses enforce parking restrictions on weekends and holidays and may tow without notice. It is possible your vehicle will be towed even if you patronize a business then leave the premises to attend the festival.

Road Closures

Several City of Falls Church streets will be closed to vehicular traffic, or will only be open to local or parade traffic, on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29.  
  • Park Ave. will be closed from 5:30 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. between N. Maple Ave. to N. Virginia Ave. (except for limited vendor traffic) 
  • Little Falls St. will be closed from 5:30 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. between Park Ave. to Great Falls St.
  • Portions or all of certain streets along the route of the Don Beyer Fun Run will be closed:
    • Little Falls St.
    • Great Falls St.
    • Pennsylvania Ave.
    • Fulton Ave.
    • N. Oak St.
    • Lincoln Ave.
    • N. West St.
    • Park Ave.
    In addition to the roads listed above being close, please understand that all vehicles located within the perimeter of the Fun Run route will not be permitted to leave during this road closure.

  • Parade staging areas will be closed to parked cars and vehicular traffic between 5:30 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. on sections of: 
    • Lincoln Ave.
    • N. West St.
    • Highland Ave.
    • N. Oak St.
    • Greenwich St.
    • Park Ave.

    See map below for roads affected by the Parade staging areas.