Long Beach Fourth of July
The Fourth of July can be a frightening time for animals, with the loud sounds of firecrackers and fireworks often sending pets scurrying out of the house or yard in search of security or shelter. Taking special care of pets during the Fourth of July is responsible pet ownership, just like licensing and keeping identification tags on pets, and making sure they are spayed or neutered.
On Saturday, July 4, 2015, around 5:27 a.m., Long Beach Police were dispatched to the area of East Anaheim Street and Dawson Avenue to assist Long Beach Fire Department personnel with an unresponsive subject who appeared to have sustained a stab injury.
More than 500 kids are expected to participate in the 12th Annual Great American 4th of July Kids’ Bike Parade this weekend.
The parade is all about “Red, White and Youth” says organizer Justin Rudd. Each year kids and their parents take a Fourth of July ride decked-out patriotic-themed bikes, wearing red, white & blue outfits and waving flags, in hopes of taking home top-10 prize money of $10.
Long Beach City Hall will be closed on Friday, July 3, for the observance of Independence Day, and will reopen on Monday, July 6.
Refuse and Recycling Collection will be on its regular schedule for the entire week.
There will be no street sweeping or enforcement of street sweeping violations on Friday, July 3.
The Boathouse on the Bay presents the 4th annual “Big Bang on the Bay,” celebrating Independence Day early on Friday, July 3, from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The “Big Bang on the Bay” has become one of Long Beach’s top annual events, drawing thousands of spectators who watch the show from all around Alamitos Bay from beaches, piers and boats of all sizes.
With the 4th of July holiday fast approaching, the Long Beach Police and Fire Departments would like to remind residents and visitors that all fireworks, including those marked “Safe and Sane,” are illegal in the City of Long Beach.
The Queen Mary 4th of July Firework display.
With the 4th of July holiday rapidly approaching, the City of Long Beach is reminding people that all fireworks are illegal and dangerous, and encouraging people to attend a professional fireworks show, which is the best way to enjoy fireworks with your family and friends.
The Fourth of July can be a frightening time for animals, with the loud sounds of firecrackers and fireworks often sending pets scurrying out of the house or yard in search of security or shelter. Long Beach Animal Care Services reminds all animal owners that they can save themselves and their pets a tremendous amount of heartache and anxiety by following a few simple suggestions:
Fuego will be sizzling with food, fun and fireworks as Hotel Maya presents a sensational salute to America with a Barbeque Buffet Dinner and seaside seats for fantastic fireworks on Friday, July 4 from 6-9 p.m. Guests will also enjoy the hot sounds of a live Latin fusion band on Fuego’s waterfront patio.
The perfect Fourth of July event involves spectacular fireworks and patriotic music. It has been a tradition all across our country for decades. This year, Long Beach residents will be able to bring their families to enjoy a special evening with the Long Beach Municipal Band performing with the dramatic backdrop of fireworks at Veterans Stadium at Clark and Conant, announced Fifth District Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske today.