The “spectacular and colourful event” will coincide with the start of Armed Forces Week, on Monday (June 22).
The Central Band of the Royal Air Force and a full Guard of Honour, provided by the Queen’s Colour Squadron, will also be part of the Freedom of Hillingdon parade.
Cllr Ray Puddifoot is looking forward to the town centre event.
He said: "Here in Hillingdon we are extremely proud to support the Armed Forces and ensure their commitment is recognised.
"Many of the borough's residents are former or serving personnel, volunteer reservists and war veterans.
The parade will be from 10.40am until 11.40am. Military personnel will march from Harefield Road, through Uxbridge High Street to the Civic Centre forecourt.
Intu Uxbridge will be supporting the event and giving out free Union Jack flags for spectators from Friday onwards (June 19). You can pick one up from the Customer Service desk in the centre.
Marketing manager Craig Higgins said: "With such strong links to the Armed Forces in Uxbridge, we’re thrilled to be supporting the Freedom of Hillingdon Parade this June, marking 100 years of RAF Northolt."
If you are travelling in Uxbridge on Monday, bear in mind the following road closures and disruptions to transport:
Closed between 8am and 12pm:
- Windsor Street by NatWest Bank (between number 53 and High Street)
- Bakers Yard (between Bakers Road and High Street)
Closed between 8am and 4pm:
- High Street (between Vine Street and Hillingdon Road)
- Vine Street (between High Street and Cricketfield Road)
Parking restrictions will also be in place, and the taxi rank outside Uxbridge Underground Station will be suspended between 6am and 12pm on the day.
Uxbridge High Street and Vine Street bus routes will also be diverted.
For more information, visit Hillingdon Council's website.