Cruise setup is complicated and rescheduling it not possible. 24 trash containers and six recycle containers have to be delivered and picked up full or empty, the police and fire departments have to plan and staff each time and there other several costs that can’t be pushed forward, but mostly have to be paid again. Therefore, if a Cruise is cancelled for whatever reason, that’s it for that month.

Cancellation information will be posted here and on the Info Line, (303) 968-7536, starting at noon on Cruise day. If there’s no cancellation message, then the Cruise will be held as scheduled. We’ll do a better job of keeping the Info Line current during the day, but generally the decision is fairly obvious when the weather is severe.

There are always rumors that the Super Cruise has been cancelled for a weekend or permanently. If it ever actually is, then it will be posted on this website and the info line. It always traces back to the same people so stop listening to them.



The Cruise is not able to accept new vendors. Sorry.

We all pretty much know the drill by now, but here are some reminders.

1. Please keep dogs on leash. There are good reasons.

2. The preferred Cruise route through downtown is intended to relieve the congestion downtown and in the neighborhoods around 9th and 10th.

Coming from South Golden Road, turn Left at 19th and Ford, go two blocks to turn Right at Washington Avenue, drive through town to 10th, turn right two blocks to Ford, Ford becomes Jackson and either turn Right at 19th back to Washington or go back to South Golden Road. If you want to loop back through town, cross 10th, turn Right on 9th, Right on 10th, Left on Washington Avenue.

3. It takes between six and eight hours for four people to set out the trash and recycle containers and then clean up on Sunday so we really appreciate that Cruise attendees have been spectacular about cleaning up, using the containers or packing out their trash. Here’s where all the containers are located.

4. As always, have fun.