Here are updates on July 4 weekend events in the Cedar Park and Leander areas.
Cedar Park cancels all July 4 events
Cedar Park has canceled its July 4 pop-up parades as of 5 p.m. July 2, according to city spokesperson Jennie Huerta. The cancellation is due to Gov. Greg Abbott's July 2 order and proclamation that requires face coverings, limited gatherings and social distancing. City fireworks were canceled June 26.
Leander Fourth of July Celebration set with drive-in event, livestream option
The Leander Fourth of July Celebration, previously known as Liberty Fest, will go on with several social distancing measures in place.
The July 4 event will be a drive-in event at the Capital Metro Leander Station. The event will feature fireworks launched from the Northline site, concerts and an online livestream option for people not in attendance. Greenbelt seating and food trucks have been canceled from the event, according to city spokesperson Mike Neu.
Tickets are sold out, but livestream information will be available on the city website.
Liberty Hill Independence Day Spectacular cancels events, keeps fireworks
On July 3, Liberty Hill will host its Independence Day Spectacular, though only fireworks will be included this year. Fireworks will begin at 9:30 p.m. between the Liberty Hill Intermediate School and Junior High School, and attendees are asked to stay in their cars. Other July 3 events were canceled June 26.