The city of Fort Worth will host its 17th annual Fort Worth’s Fourth celebration. City officials also have a few reminders about city services and fireworks.

The details

According to the event website, Fort Worth’s Fourth will take place at Panther Island Pavilion at 5 p.m. on July 4. Admission is free. and items of interest include:
  • Festival food
  • Cold drinks
  • Kids activities
  • Live music
  • Fireworks show beginning at approximately 9:30 p.m.
A closer look

According to the city website, Fort Worth city hall, public library locations and and other nonemergency city offices will be closed on the Fourth of July. Public safety staff will remain on duty.

Trash and recycling services are not impacted by the holiday and will run as normal, the website states.

What you need to know

City officials remind residents in a news release that setting off fireworks is illegal—and potentially dangerous to human life and property—within the Fort Worth city limits.

The news release states that to report illegal fireworks in Fort Worth and to continue to provide the quickest response possible to emergency calls, officials ask that residents use these nonemergency methods to report fireworks: