As the CPN Community, and all Americans, prepare for July 4th, there is lots to do and some safety tips to keep in mind.
Hot Air Balloon Rides
On the morning on July 4th, from 8-10am, weather permitting, there will be a hot air balloon at the Buffalo Ridge Elementary School on Monarch. Balloon rides, up to 100 feet in the air, will be offered to children courtesy of Linda Knight.
Several neighborhoods in CPN are having parades and picnics. Enjoy the festivities and please be careful driving on the morning of July 4th . Give way to brightly decorated wagons and bikes.
What’s Happening in Your Neighborhood?
For news and updates on events in your neighborhood, visit your neighborhood HOA website. Contact your HOA management company, or HOA board with any questions about services or events in your neighborhood HOA. You can find current HOA contact information on your HOA website by selecting “My HOA Contacts.”
Local Fireworks Displays, Concerts and Parades
Please check the websites listed for current information.
Castle Rock: July 4th at Butterfield Crossing Park in the Meadows, Fireworks at dark.
July 4th Concert and Fireworks at Sweetwater Park
July 4th Parade, 4 pm
For more information select the event or call the Lone Tree Events Line at 303.225.4948
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Have a Safe Holiday: Use Fireworks with Extreme Caution
Safety guidelines adopted from Rocky Mountain News / Post Hub Section and City of Lone Tree website.
Use only legal fireworks. Fireworks use is restricted by city and county. The general guideline from the Rocky Mountain News / Post: fireworks that leave the ground, explode or break into pieces are generally not allowed.
Proper Adult supervision is required when using fireworks. Any type of fireworks, no matter how safe, can be dangerous to adults, children and property.
Use fireworks in a clear area at least 20 feet from any house, wood fences, weeds, brush, or any other flammable item.
Light fireworks in a large safe area of dirt, pavement, concrete, or gravel at least 10 feet square.
If someone is injured or a fire is started, call 911 immediately.