San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission
MLK March Route

Contact

By Mail

City of San Antonio MLK Commission
Attn: Mike Etienne, Ph.D.
Neighborhood & Housing Services Department
P O Box 839966
San Antonio, Texas 78283
210.207.5641

By Phone

Council District 2 Office 210.207.0950

Staff

  • Mike Etienne, PhDContact the Executive Commission Liaison
    Executive Commission Liaison
  • Madeleine MendezContact the Executive Commission Liaison
    Commission Liaison
    210.207.5641
  • Rev. Bryant LivingstonContact the Council District 2 Liaison & Media Contact
    Council District 2 Liaison & Media Contact
    210.207.2123

Walking Route

MLK March Walking Map.

The March is 2.75 miles and starts at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Academy, travels up Martin Luther King Drive, and ends at Pittman Sullivan Park, all on the City’s historic East Side. To maintain the spirit of the March and for the safety of participants, motorcycles, cars and other motor vehicles are not allowed in the March procession. 

March Line Up

  1. Color Guard 
  2. Honor Banner 
  3. VIP's 
  4. Kids (elementary age and younger)
  5. San Antonio Black Police Union 
  6. Garbage Truck 
  7. Rosa Parks Bus 
  8. Fire Truck 
  9. Sponsors 
  10. Ministers,Churches, & Family Groups 
  11. Middle Schools And High Schools
  12. Corporations
  13. Civic groups, nonprofit organizations, colleges, universities, sororities & fraternities
  14. All cowboys, horse & buggy

VIA Bus Service

For more information about this bus service, call 210.362.2020 or visit www.VIAinfo.net.

VIP Parking Pass

Attendees with VIP parking passes may park at either the Davis Scott YMCA Parking Lot (1213 Iowa St, San Antonio, TX 78203) or the St. Gerard Catholic High School parking lot. (521 S New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, TX 78203). See map for exact locations. Please place your official 2019 MLK VIP parking pass visibly on your dashboard.

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