City of SeaTac Cancels Fireworks Show Following Resident Complaint

This year's Fourth of July celebration in SeaTac will see a change in the traditional fireworks display. Following a recent resident complaint, the city has opted to forgo the usual fireworks show.

However, all is not lost for those hoping for a dazzling display! According to South King Media, the City is exploring the possibility of a lighted aerial drone show staged off the beach of Angle Lake Park.

While a city-sponsored fireworks display is off the table, the Angle Lake Shore Club is exploring options to host their own independent show this year. A decision on their plans won't be finalized for at least a month or longer.

We understand this news may come as a disappointment to some. The Fourth of July fireworks are a beloved tradition for many in our community.

Stay tuned for further updates! We'll keep you informed about the possibility of an independent fireworks display produced by the Shore Club or any alternative plans announced by the City.

Read the report produced by Scott Schaefer and published in the “SeaTac Blog” 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Please sign our online petition to preserve Angle Lake 4th of July!