Frequently Asked Questions


A: YES! Duvall Days is a free event – most activities and entertainment are free, but some require a fee to participate, such as Running of the Balls, Face Painting, and Carnival Games.

A. You can view the schedule of the day here, download an activity map (coming soon), find signs & schedules throughout the event, or visit the info booth located at 15619 Main Street – (Red Building, Duvall Visitor Center). You can also follow our Facebook Page and look through the website for the most up to date information.

A: There will be event volunteers all over the festival or you can go to our Information Booth located at the Duvall Visitor Center – 15619 Main Street. (Red Building). We will find answers for you.

A: The information booth will be located during the daytime hours 7am-5pm at the Duvall Visitor Center, 15619 Main Street (Red Building).

A: The lost and found is located at the Duvall Visitor Center at 15619 Main Street.  We have a small Fist Aid kit on hand but for more serious injuries you should go to Duvall Fire Department, Station 66 at 15600 1st Ave NE.

A: Yes, you can bring your dog into Duvall and the various parks, but all dogs must be on a leash. Only special services animals are allowed on the Duvall Days shuttles and you may need to show your credentials when boarding the shuttle.  

A: Of course, we always need volunteers, please stop at the information booth OR sign up using the following link


A: Please click the following link for shuttles, road closure and parking for the Duvall Days Festival.

A: The road will close at 7AM, then will reopen at 5PM. (see Detour Map)

A: See the map for public (P) parking or catch one the convenient Duvall Days Shuttles.  If you are a vendor, involved in Duvall Days activities (ie, parade) or volunteering, your automobile will need to be off Main Street by 8:30AM.

A: There are 17 spaces available behind the Duvall Library and there will be several spaces after 5pm in the Duvall Depot (police) parking lot.. If you need to park in this area, please show your state issued handicap placard to the police officer monitoring the area.

A: Please see the shuttle map for details.

A: Yes, folded strollers are allowed on the shuttle.  Please secure your child.

A: There will be 1 small and 2 small school busses from the Riverview School District, one 12-passenger Community Van, and one 20-passenger King County Metro shuttle helping transport people to/from the shuttle stops.  See Shuttle Map for routes and stops.

*** Do not sit in the door areas of the shuttle and please watch small children carefully when riding the shuttles.

A: Due to safety and security, changes have been made to business permits for Duvall Days 2024.  Please read the announcement for downtown Duvall businesses here.


A: The Kiddie Parade begins at 10:30AM followed by the Grand Parade, which will end at approximately 11:20AM. 

A: The parade will go travel north on Main Street starting at Valley Street and ending on Stewart Street . (see Parade Route Map)

A: You may view the parade from the sidewalks or parking lanes from Stewart Street to Valley Street. Please do not set your chairs in the “vendor” marked spots or your chairs will be moved from that area. We really encourage you all to spread out all the way to Valley Street for the best parade viewing this year! We also have bleachers available near the main stage and in the parking lot of the Chevron gas station!

A:  We will be sending out details to participants via email a week before the parade, but you can read the participant information here.


A: Not only can you find yummy food along Main Street Duvall in the various restaurants, but there will be a food vendors along Main Street and McCormick Park. Please see the list of food vendors and restaurants here>>

To find a location of a food vendor or restaurant please see our interactive event map.

A:  Find a list of vendors online hereTo see specific vendor location, view our interactive vendor map.

A: Sorry we are sold out for this year.