City of Ponca City 4th of July Celebration

Mike Seals - June 29, 2021 12:04 am

 

 

The City of Ponca City’s free fireworks display at Lake Ponca will be held on Sunday, July 4 at 9:50 p.m.  The colorful pyrotechnic and musically choreographed fireworks show will fill the night skies over beautiful Lake Ponca to celebrate America’s Independence Day. The fireworks will be choreographed to music and can be heard by turning to local radio stations KPNC-FM 100.7 or KLOR 99.3 FM.

A safety zone will be buoyed off on Lake Ponca beginning at approximately 7:00 p.m. on July 4. If you are in a water craft on Lake Ponca after 7:00 p.m., please stay out of the buoyed off area until the fireworks and the buoys have been removed. As part of the safety zone, Lake Ponca Park will be closed July 1 thru 4 to allow for the setup of the display that will be located on the west dam of Lake Ponca, adjacent to the park.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER: PRIVATE FIREWORKS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON OR AROUND THE LAKE PONCA RECREATION AREA OR ANY OF THE ROADWAYS OR WATER AREAS AROUND LAKE PONCA.

 

PARKING AREA FOR THE 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION

With the Lake Ponca Trail now complete on the east side of Lake Ponca, this area will not be available for overflow parking. No parking will be allowed along the west side of LA Cann Drive between the road and the walking trail.

However, the area located east of LA Cann Drive and north of the Sailboat Marina will be designated for overflow public parking on July 4th. The Ponca City Police Department encourages everyone to be Diligent and careful when driving in this area on the 4th of July, as there will be a large amount of pedestrian traffic around and crossing the roadway.

 

 

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