JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – To celebrate Independence Day, fireworks will light up the sky across the Jacksonville area on Monday night.
The 4th of July Fireworks Celebration in Jacksonville will return this year at multiple locations across the city to celebrate our nation’s independence. The city of Jacksonville will have a spectacular fireworks display at 9:45pm from each of these five locations:
Florida State College at Jacksonville North Campus
The Avenue Shopping Center
Trinity Baptist Church
Ed Austin Regional Park
Choose your view: 4th of July fireworks around the Jacksonville area starting at 9pm
Among those is the downtown Jacksonville location at Riverfront Plaza – which includes a family play area with houses and activities, a food truck and a concert that will feature JHP Entertainment from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Bryan Malpass from 6:45 p.m. until 9:45pm
There will also be an extra chance to watch the fireworks at 121 Financial Ballpark right after the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp baseball game, which starts at 7:05pm
At the beaches, fireworks will be launched at 9 p.m. from the Jacksonville Beach Pier. The fireworks display will require closure of the beach from 5th Avenue North to 3rd Avenue north. No one is allowed on the beach or in the water in that two-block public safety zone. According to the Jacksonville Beach Police Department, traffic – both pedestrians and vehicles – will be heavy, so that means you can expect, starting at 5 p.m., that some roads will be closed. or blocked. You can find more traffic information from the police here.
Other things you need to know this 4th of July
If you’re looking to make a splash and keep the temperature cool this July 4th, Jacksonville will have pools open from 9am to 6pm, plus plenty of shields country. Here is a list of all those locations.
And with Monday being a federal holiday, some businesses will be closed. Below is a list of offices and facilities that have closed for Independence Day celebrations.
Fireworks to celebrate the 4th of July can be terrifying for pets, and a local vet says a thunderbolt vest to cuddle a pet in and a soothing hat, which can be placed over the dog’s ears or eyes. your pet for comfort, are options to keep your pet calm. You can find more vet tips here.
AAA activated its “Tow to Go” program over the weekend of July 4 in an effort to help drivers with disabilities who are not on the road. The program will be in effect until 6:00 a.m. Tuesday, July 5. When called during that time, AAA will dispatch a trailer to transport people and their vehicles to a safe location within the sale. 10 mile glass. The service is free and available to both AAA members and non-members. The numbers to call are 855-2-TOW-2-GO or 855-286-9246. Here are the business areas and some “Towards” guidelines.
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