On July 4, the City of Lynwood will be everybody’s favorite location. With over 8,000 people expected to attend the annual 4th of July Fireworks Show, it will be as if the entire city will be at the park to see the free spectacular firework display. Starting at 9 p.m. at the Lynwood park, people will be gazing at the dazzling fireworks to celebrate our Country’s Independence day.
This happens every 4th the July, but each year is a new thrill. The ooohs and ahhhs grow louder as the night sky lights up with the sounds of fireworks exploding, flashes of colors and plenty excitement. If you want to feel a sense of community, there is nothing like this show. Lynwood residents and families from nearby cities come to claim a good spot to barbeque or stake out a space on the grass to have picnic. This year there will be food vendors or family fun provided at the event. So be sure to bring the fun with you and come out early to experience this great event and create new memories with family, friends and neighbors.
If you know of areas in your neighborhood where illegal fireworks are being used please contact the City of Lynwood Code Enforcement Division at (310) 886-0450. Illegal fireworks are any fireworks that do not bear the California Fire Marshal “Safe and Sane” designation. Any firework that shoots up in the air or explodes is illegal anywhere in the City of Lynwood. If illegal fireworks are being used now, please call the Century Sheriff’s Station at (323) 568-4800 for assistance.