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Malibu News

Malibu Prepares For 4th Of July Fireworks
Posted by Romik Barseghian on Jun 14, 2012 - 9:47:41 AM

MALIBUOn Wednesday, June 13, the City of Malibu released the locations of firework displays for this year’s Fourth of July celebration. So far, the Los Angeles County Fire Department has issued four permits for fireworks from private offshore barges.
 
The locations of these barges will be adjacent to the 21500, 22300 and 27900 blocks of Pacific Coast Highway, as well as to Malibu Colony Drive. The four barges cover a length of about eight miles, from Paradise Cove to near the eastern city limits.

Firework displays will begin at approximately 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 4. Visitors are encouraged to arrive early and give adequate time for traffic congestion and parking in order to find a good spot to view the display.

Both visitors and residents of Malibu are advised to attend to their pets on the Fourth of July. The Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control has reminded pet owners that “the sound of fireworks may cause a pet to panic and run away, sometimes so far and so fast it can’t find its way home.” Pets should be kept indoors or, if outdoors, on a leash with license tags in order to prevent any unnecessary action and heartbreak.

Finally, the City of Malibu reminds guests and residents that fireworks are prohibited within the city limits. Be safe, be patriotic, and have fun!

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Offshore barges will provide spectacular firework displays to view from the beaches of Malibu.




 

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