Fourth of July Fireworks

4th of July Fireworks - Event Cover

Healdsburg’s American Legion Independence Day Fireworks

The City is proud to support  Healdsburg’s American Legion in the return of the annual Fourth of July fireworks show, and we are grateful for the financial support from the Healdsburg Tourism Improvement District for making this year’s show possible. Here are important updates for this year’s show that you should be aware of:

 

Where can I watch the fireworks?

Due to the size of this year’s show and to ensure spectator safety, viewing at the High School sports fields will not be available this year. Viewing will be available at the Fitch Mountain Elementary School Campus, on the west side of the High School in the parking lot area, and throughout other points in the City. Most of the fireworks will be visible 200 feet in the air and higher so look for places that provide a good view of the sky above the High School. PLEASE NOTE: alcohol is not permitted on school premises.

Fireworks Public Viewing Map 

Will there be street closures around the High School?

We are not currently planning to close streets around the High School, so all streets remain open to vehicle traffic. 

 

What about the danger of fire?

Healdsburg Fire Department has been working closely with the Fireworks Operator on planning for this year’s show and will be monitoring weather conditions right up until the start of the show. If weather conditions are not favorable, the show will be rescheduled or cancelled. We’ll post updates on the City’s website (www.healdsburg.gov) and the City’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/cityofhealdsburg) if conditions don’t allow the show to go on as planned.

 

Can I shoot off my own fireworks?

Private fireworks are illegal in Healdsburg and therefore not allowed. We are providing a professional public display for the enjoyment of our community. Anyone found shooting off fireworks will be subject to criminal penalties.

 

What time will the fireworks start and how long will they last?

We are planning to start at dark, between 9:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. We will fire a test shot approximately one hour before the show to check conditions. The show is expected to last between 20 to 30 minutes.