Fans and residents are invited to come out of their homes and cheer the team during the procession on Friday, June 25, which will start in Seaton Carew and end at the Fens.
To avoid large crowds gathering it will not go past Victoria Park football ground and anyone with Covid-19 symptoms or is self-isolating is told not to attend.
Players will show off the play-off final trophy won in dramatic fashion on Sunday against Torquay United after extra time and penalties in Bristol.
Council leader Councillor Shane Moore said: “It’s absolutely fantastic to see Pools back in the Football League and I hope residents will welcome the opportunity to safely show their support and appreciation.”
Hartlepool United Chairman Raj Singh added: “We’re really grateful to get this opportunity to say thank you to our fans and I’d encourage residents to enjoy the event safely and remember to maintain good social distance at all times.”
People watching the parade are asked to do so from as close to their home as possible and are reminded of the importance of keeping a safe distance from others at all times. Face coverings are also strongly encouraged.
Inspector Danny Trippett, from Hartlepool Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “We know how proud local people are of the team and would just ask that when celebrating people follow all the Covid safety guidance and do it sensibly.”
The parade route is as follows:
5.05pm – Enter Coronation Drive and travel towards Seaton Carew;
5.10pm – Travel along The Front then the full length of Elizabeth Way;
5.15pm – Along Warrior Drive before re-joining Coronation Drive to head back towards town centre. Right over level crossing into the marina;
5.25pm – Maritime Avenue. Open spaces suitable for spectators adjacent and opposite National Museum of the Royal Navy;
Travel along A179/A689 Marina Way to Tesco roundabout and take third exit (Burn Road/Stockton Road);
5.35pm – Along York Road;
5.40pm – Victoria Road and past the civic centre. Join Raby Road (outside Mill House Leisure Centre) and travel north to Powlett roundabout;
5.50pm – Winterbottom Avenue. At Brus roundabout the bus will take second exit and head for the Headland;
6pm – Headland. Travel along Durham Road into Middlegate where open space in Town Square opposite Borough Hall offers good viewing points. Head back towards town along Northgate turning right into West View Road;
6.15pm – West View Road at junction of King Oswy Drive where there is lots of grassed open space for spectators;
At A1049 West View Road/Easington Road roundabout take second exit onto A179;
6.20pm – Tall Ships roundabout travelling the full length of Merlin Way at Bishop Cuthbert. Left onto Hart Lane at Throston Golf Course;
6.30pm – Hart Lane past Throston estate. At Aldi roundabout the bus will turn right take onto Dunston Road;
6.35pm – Elwick Road past Ward Jackson Park;
6.40pm – Right onto Elwick Road and travel full length of Catcote Road;
6.45pm – Past Catcote Road/Macaulay Road junction where there is a large grassed area for spectators;
6.50pm – Left into Truro Drive.
The council advises all timings are approximate and subject to road and traffic conditions on the day.