4th of July All-City Picnic and Fireworks Extravaganza has been canceled due to Coronavirus Pandemic. To view the full press release, visit 4th of July All-City Picnic and Fireworks Extravaganza Canceled due to Coronavirus Pandemic
Fireworks are Illegal
With the 2020 4th of July All-City Picnic & Fireworks Extravaganza canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Santa Clara Fire and Police departments remind residents that personal fireworks are inherently dangerous and are illegal in the City of Santa Clara.
Learn more about the local ordinance about fireworks and how to report illegal fireworks on the Santa Clara Police Department webpage.
Celebrate 4th of July at Home
Instead of the traditional “in person” July 4th event, transform you day into a memory that will last for years. Be creative, and have fun with members of your family.
- Set up a video party
- Camp in your backyard
- Compete in lawn games (e.g. cornhole, horseshoes, croquet, etc.)
- Relax by your backyard pool, or have a water balloon fight
- Make homemade ice cream
- Create an outdoor theater to watch a movie, concert or fireworks show on TV
- Entertain one another with a family talent show; extended family can participate via video conference
- Fly a kite