FREMONT – The 4th of July is right around the corner, and multiple professional displays are planned for the area. Small firework sales will also begin this week at stands across the city.
If you plan to light your own fireworks as we get closer to Independence Day, here’s what you need to know:
- Fireworks go on sale in Fremont on June 27th.
- Fireworks are legal to discharge in Fremont City Limits between the hours of 8AM and 11PM between June 27th through July 3rd.
- On July 4th, revelers get an extra hour, with legal discharge hours of 8AM to Midnight.
A little consideration for your neighbors goes a long way during this week. If you know your neighborhood has infants and working people, you might consider cutting your fireworks usage off a little earlier during the weekday evenings. Always keep a bucket of water handy to douse your spent fireworks, and never use fireworks near trash, buildings or wooden structures.
Professional fireworks displays are another tradition guaranteed to draw a crowd. The greater Fremont area has nine displays planned between Saturday, June 30th and the 4th of July.
Saturday, June 30th
10:00PM – Arlington Summer Sizzle Fireworks Display – Near the Two Rivers Sports Complex
10:00PM – Deerfield Meadows HOA Fireworks Display – West side of the lake
10:00PM – Lake Ventura HOA Fireworks Display – North side of the lake
10:00PM – Woodcliff Lions Club Fireworks Display – Woodcliff Lakes
Tuesday, July 3rd
10:00PM – Fremont Fireworks – Christensen Field. Tune your radio to The Best Mix 105.5 to hear a soundtrack to go along with the display!
10:00PM – Oakland Party in the Park Fireworks Display – Oakland City Park
Wednesday, July 4th
9:30PM – Hooper, NE – Fireworks at 9:30 will conclude a full day celebration including games, a beer garden, parade, car show and other events throughout the day. Full schedule of events at https://www.facebook.com/hooperfireworksfund/
10:00PM – Hackberry Park in Wahoo, NE
10:00PM – Neligh Park in West Point, NE