4th of July fireworks

Fourth of July fun returns to Anaheim

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Fourth of July is here and we know many are eager to celebrate the holiday after setting aside traditional block parties, picnics and gatherings with family and friends last year.

Anaheim is back, and we’re all ready to kick off summer with Independence Day festivities.

With coronavirus transmission rates the lowest we’ve seen during the pandemic and the success of widespread vaccinations, we can find some comfort in the idea of coming together again.

Of course, some common sense precautions should still be followed, especially if you’re unvaccinated, but for the most part, this year we’ll be largely back to normal.

Fireworks restriction

One thing that sadly hasn’t taken a break during the pandemic is the use of illegal fireworks.

As a reminder, only safe and sane fireworks are allowed in Anaheim, and they can only be used on July 4. Illegal fireworks that leave the ground and go into the air are never allowed in our city.

And due to high fire danger in east Anaheim, no fireworks of any kind – even safe and sane – are allowed east of the 55 Freeway.
But that doesn’t mean those in east Anaheim have to miss out on the fun.

Dog with flag bandana for 4th of July

Fireworks & Fun @ Peralta Park

The Anaheim Hills 4th of July Celebration returns this year to Peralta Park on Sunday, July 4. The day will kick off with a firecracker 5k/10k run and Yankee doodle dog show. The afternoon will be filled with a patriotic parade, food vendors and live entertainment.

The day will wrap up with a spectacular fireworks show.

Find more information at AnaheimHillsCommunityCouncil.com.

Anaheim Fireworks Stands

If you’re planning to celebrate at home with safe and sane fireworks, please consider supporting a local school or nonprofit by purchasing from a stand here in Anaheim.

A list of stand locations and the schools or nonprofits they benefit can be found at Anaheim.net/fireworks.

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