MORRISTOWN, NJ -- The 2021 Morris County St. Patrick's Day parade has been postponed. 

In a Facebook post, Michael Leavy, St. Patrick's Day Parade of Morris County publicity coordinator, announced that after consulting with local officials, the committee has decided to postpone the 2021 parade in Morristown.

"Our hope is to conduct the parade at a later date when existing gathering restrictions are lifted," said the Trustees in a statement. "We will advise of any updates as they come in."

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The Morris County Parade will join Nutley, Belmar and West Orange in canceling or postponing 2021 parades.


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