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The remote show will launch at Salisbury North at 9:30 p.m., weather permitting, and will have a duration of about 18 minutes. More details about the timing of the start of the event will be provided in the weeks prior to the event. Any notification of a delay and/or cancelation will be shared on the Town’s social media channels.
No, the Town will not be hosting additional activities or food and beverages on July 4. Instead, Parker's Fall Fest event planned for Sept. 28 in downtown Parker features more activities for the community. More information about Fall fest will be announced when it becomes available later this year.
Yes, Salisbury Park and its 300 legal paved parking spaces will be open to the public for residents to enjoy during the day and evening of July 4. Parking and park availability will be first-come, first-served and will be free. Regular park rules will apply (www.ParkerRec.com/PublicParks).
Please note, the larger grass lots used for parking in previous years will not be available for parking.
View our map of suggested viewing locations where residents can expect to obtain good viewpoints of the display outside of Salisbury Park.
Yes, but only a limited amount of onsite parking will be available. Salisbury Park will have up to 300 free paved parking spots available on first-come, first-served basis. No additional onsite parking, such as the temporary grass lots that were used in previous years, will be available this year.
Please note, no parking will be allowed along the side of major roadways, such as Parker Road, Hess Road or Mainstreet. If you plan on viewing the fireworks on public roadways, please do not impede traffic, block driveways or stop in an area posted with NO PARKING signs.
Yes, there are a number of different public areas around Salisbury Park for residents and guests to view the fireworks show. Parking lots at a variety of public parks are great viewing options, including those at Bar CCC Park, McCabe Meadows, Stroh Soccer Field, Auburn Hills Community Park. The Cherry Creek Trail between Bar CCC Park and Stroh Soccer Field is one of several areas that will provide good views for those who do not intend to drive.
Depending on site view limits (tree line, buildings, houses and/or terrain) the fireworks may be able to be seen from up to 2 miles away from the Salisbury North launch site.