A city of Katy response vehicle, Katy ISD police officer Luis Santiago—known as "Officer Teddy Cop" for providing teddy bears to KISD special education students—and classic and custom cars will also be part of the parade, per the release.
The 30-minute event will be livestreamed on Facebook and will also include a historical review of the organization, photos and special guest videos, per the release.
The event will be held at 3:30 p.m. Aug. 3, according to the release. The parade will be held in The Arc of Katy's parking lot, 5819-C 10th St., Katy.
According to a city of Katy proclamation observing the anniversary, The Arc of Katy has provided social, recreational and community service programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities since Aug. 2, 1990.
"This event is a way for us to celebrate all that we have accomplished and also to focus on plans we have to grow and support more people and families during our next 30 years," The Arc of Katy President Fred Shafer said in the release. 832-754-9802. www.thearcofkaty.org