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Posted on: May 8, 2023

Countywide Celebration Planned for 4th of July


Written By: Brittany Kershaw, Palm Coast Director of Communications & Marketing 

May 8, 2023 

Countywide Celebration Planned for 4th of July

Flagler County, FL – Flagler County Government, the Cities of Palm Coast, Flagler Beach, and Bunnell, and the Towns of Beverly Beach and Marineland, invite all Flagler County residents and visitors to attend the United Flagler 4th Community Celebration on Tuesday, July 4th, 2023.

The day-long celebration begins with a spectacular Stars and Stripes parade hosted by the Rotary Club of Flagler Beach. The parade will start promptly at 10:00 a.m. and follow its usual route from North 6th Street to South 6th Street along A1A in Flagler Beach. 

After the parade, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., residents and visitors can relax, take in the beautiful beach, and enjoy music and entertainment provided by SURF 97.3 FM’s DJ Vern at Veterans Park. For a bite to eat, be sure to “Be Local Buy Local” by visiting one of the many local restaurants countywide. 

The main event will be Fireworks Over the Runways at the Flagler Executive Airport, 201 Airport Road in Palm Coast. The community is invited to attend, and gates open at 5:00 p.m. Local dignitaries and elected officials will read the Declaration of Independence at 7:00 p.m. on the main stage, followed by the fireworks display at 9:00 p.m., which promises to be breathtaking and unforgettable. 

There is no charge for entry, parking, or participation.  Food and drinks will be available for purchase from a variety of food vendors. No glass bottles are permitted. The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office will maintain traffic control, crosswalks, and parking along with assistance from the Palm Coast Public Works Department. 

The main location for parking, including handicapped parking, will be on Fin Way off Belle Terre Parkway South. Parking on Fin Way is highly encouraged. Overflow parking will be available at Flagler Palm Coast High School. Please note that overflow parking will require guests to walk from the high school, cross State Road 100 at the crosswalk at Bulldog Drive and SR100, and continue walking to reach the entrance of the airport. This is approximately a 0.5-mile walk. 

“This is what a community celebration should look like,” said Palm Coast Mayor David Alfin. “This is a unique opportunity for everyone in our City and our community to unite and commemorate our great nation's history and celebrate our freedoms together. We hope to see you there!”

Board of County Commissioners Chair Greg Hansen added, “The Fourth of July has always been a huge celebration here in Flagler County. It makes sense for all of our cities and the County to work together on one grand effort. Our residents and visitors will be clear about when and where they are supposed to be, which will make the day more relaxed and fun for everyone.”

Mark your calendars and join us for a day of fun, entertainment, and celebration! More details related to traffic patterns and parking will be released as the event date approaches. 

Further information for the event will be shared at: Stay informed with the latest news and information through various digital communications channels:

Flagler County Government:  Website Facebook 

City of Palm Coast:   Website Facebook

City of Flagler Beach:   Website Facebook

City of Bunnell:   Website Facebook

Town of Beverly Beach:   Website 

Town of Marineland:   Website 

United Flagler 4th


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