Fireworks To Be No-Show

Canceling the fireworks display for the 4th of July,  Mayor Tim Verzal cited concerns over public health amidst the ongoing pandemic. Depending on deputy availability, there will be extra enforcement of consumer fireworks laws in Deer Park. This year marks the first 4th of July with the new limitations on when you can use and buy fireworks. 

New Fireworks Laws

Use of fireworks 2020 – July 4th Noon to Midnight

Use of fireworks 2019 – July 1st to 4th 9am to 10pm

Buying fireworks 2020 – July 3rd & 4th 7am to 8pm

Buying fireworks 2019 – June 28th Noon to 9pm and June 29th 9am to 9pm

While the fireworks are canceled this year, there are a few other events on the 4th of July. The Chamber of Commerce is hosting a First Saturday Market at Perrins Field from 10am to 2pm. At Mix Park the Summer Concert Series continues with Floating Crowbar at 6pm.

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