Current fire restrictions plus the extended forecast led to this decision
- Chino Valley has cancelled the 4th of July Fireworks
- The Town feels it would not be responsible to have the fireworks with the dry weather
- The Chino Valley Aquatic Center will offer free admission on July 4th
- It is hoped that people will join in on September 4th for the Territorial Days 50th anniversary Celebration
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No fireworks this year in Chino Valley
CHINO VALLEY, AZ- After considering current fire restrictions throughout Yavapai County and reviewing the extended forecast, the Town of Chino Valley announced today the cancellation of the planned July 4th Fireworks celebration.
“As much as we all look forward to the 4th of July and fireworks especially, it just wouldn’t be responsible of us to move forward with the event,” said Mayor Jack Miller. “After consulting with our local fire officials, we just want to make sure they can focus on keeping our communities safe and don’t want to unnecessarily add to their load.”
The Chino Valley Aquatic Center will still offer free admission on July 4, 2021, for the Open Swim Session from 12:30 – 5:30 p.m.
“This was a tough decision to make,” said Town Manager Cindy Blackmore. “The people of Chino valley are really looking for some fun activities this summer, so we hope everyone will make good use of our pool and also join us on September 4th for our Territorial Days 50th Anniversary Celebration, including the free Town Concert at Memory Park.”
Information on the Aquatic Center and the Territorial Days 50th Anniversary event is available at www.chinoaz.net.
Information on current fire restrictions and conditions is available at the Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority web site www.cazfire.org.