By CBS13 Staff

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) — South Lake Tahoe’s Fourth of July parade is coming back after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

City officials announced the return of the event on Thursday.

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This year’s theme will be “Tahoe Strong, A Salute To Our Heroes.” Businesses, sports clubs, and other residents are urged to enter the parade – with some trophies being awarded in some categories.

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The Best Float, Best Walking Entry, Best Youth Entry, Best Decorated Vehicle, and a History & Heritage Award are up for trophies.

People looking to enter the parade have until June 10 to submit their entry.

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While South Lake Tahoe’s Fourth of July parade has been on hiatus, the city has celebrated with a smaller fireworks show.