Ten Things to Know for Burleson's 4th of July

Fourth of July Top Ten Things to Know Infographic
  1. Fireworks are not allowed in the Burleson city limits.
    The storage, use, possession or sale of fireworks is prohibited inside the city. The exception to the rule is the City’s Fourth of July fireworks show, which is free to the public and coordinated by a licensed pyrotechnician. Violations are subject to a fine of up to $2,000 per day. To report fireworks in your neighborhood, call 817-426-9903. If it is an emergency call 911. 
  2. Most city facilities will be closed.
    The Burleson Recreation Center and Hidden Creek Golf Course will be open. 
  3. Trash and Recycling will run as scheduled. 
  4. Lions Club Parade starts at 9 a.m. 
    For more information and the parade route, visit Burleson Lions Club's website
  5. Red, White & BTX: City's Free 4th of July Celebration 
    takes place at Chisenhall Sports Complex, 500 W. Hidden Creek Parkway. Learn more
  6. Gates open at 5 p.m. 
    Get there early and grab a great seat. 
  7. Bring your own chair, blankets and picnic
    There will also be food trucks onsite with food available for purchase.
  8. Don't bring alcohol, pets, tents, glass or pop up canopies
    There is a fence that dedicates an area to the concert and concert goers. Canopies can be set up outside of that fence.  
  9. Be prepared for slow traffic on Hidden Creek Parkway
    Both before and after the fireworks. Get information about parking and road closures here.
  10. Right turn only
    After the fireworks cars leaving Chisenhall Sports Complex will only be able to turn right (towards I-35W) this assist in moving traffic out of the park as quickly as possible.