By Greg Urban
Chamber of Commerce 

July 4: Reserved handicapped parking, parade and fireworks viewing

 

Last updated 7/8/2021 at 10:55am

In response to requests from the Edmonds community for reserved handicapped parking and parade viewing the Edmonds Chamber has been able to locate both thanks to our wonderful business community.

Handicapped parking will be available in the Coastal Community Bank parking lot (123 Third Ave. S) from 7 a.m.-3. p.m.

Reserved handicapped parade viewing has been generously provided by Greg Hoff at Windermere Edmonds, located at 210 Fifth Ave. S. They will reserve sidewalk space in front of their business before all the chairs descend on the sidewalks. Viewers will need to bring their own chairs or blankets, but the space will be reserved.

Those with mobility issues who wish to watch the 4th of July fireworks show may use the basketball court adjacent to the Edmonds Boys & Girls Club on Civic Field. The remainder of the park is an uneven grass field, and may not be very accessible for those in a wheelchair or with mobility issues.


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Join us for the evening fireworks show at Civic Field (598 Edmonds St.) to watch the professional fireworks display burst overhead. You are seated only 300 feet away from the show, so get ready to ooh and ahh as over 900 fireworks burst directly above.

NOTE: personal fireworks are banned in all southwest Snohomish County and carry a $500 fine.Please come to our show and follow the ban, risk of fires is especially high this year with the dry conditions. Stay safe.

Starting at 10 p.m., we will have the national anthem sung by Royce Napolotino, and then light up the skies. Come early to find parking, set out your chairs, and grab a meal at one of our local restaurants.

Additional information about An Edmonds Kind of 4th, including parade route map,s are available online at http://www.EdmondsFourth.com.

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce produces the entire 4th of July celebration for the city.

Generous support comes from the Hazel Miller Foundation, the Hubbard Family Foundation, as well as the Edmonds business community, Chamber fund-raising events throughout the year such as Taste Edmonds and the Clam Chowder Cook-Off, and individual donations to the Edmonds Chamber Foundation.

 

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