Tuesday, July 4

Mullins Park is located at 10000 Ben Geiger Drive (N.W. 29th Street).

Entertainment 6 p.m. • Fireworks 9 p.m.
Free Admission • Parking $3
Bounce Houses • Music
Fee for Kids’ Craft Activities • Fee Food & Refreshments

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Join the City’s annual Fourth of July celebration at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 4 at Mullins Park. Families are encouraged to celebrate the holiday safely by enjoying a grand fireworks display set to begin promptly at 9 p.m. Free admission, bounce houses and music. Nominal fees for kid’s craft activities, food and refreshments. There is a $3 parking fee at the Coral Springs Gymnasium, Mullins Park and the Center for the Arts.

PLEASE NOTE ROAD CLOSURES/DELAYS:

Coral Springs Drive will be temporarily shut down (except to local traffic) southbound from Sample Rd. and northbound from Royal Palm Blvd. from 8:45 to 10:45 p.m., while the event crowd clears.

At the conclusion of the event we will have heavy delays on the following roads:

  • NW 99 Avenue (traffic will be directed eastbound only on Royal Palm Blvd)
  • NW 29 Street (traffic will be directed northbound on Coral Springs Drive)

PLEASE NOTE: As an added safety measure, coolers, backpacks, drones, and lawn chair bags are PROHIBITED.

All other items are subject to search. Bag searches are voluntary, however, failure to allow a search will result in denial of entry.

Personal fireworks, sparklers, alcoholic beverages and pets are also NOT ALLOWED in the park.

For more information, please call 954-345-2200.


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Important Information About Fireworks:

Please remember that any fireworks that explode or fly in the air are illegal. Airborne fireworks run the risk of damaging property or causing serious injury to users. The personal use of fireworks in our neighborhoods has prompted the Coral Springs Police Department to take a firmer stance in addressing illegal fireworks. Setting off illegal fireworks could result in the fireworks being confiscated and perhaps criminal sanctions.