Alpharetta will host fireworks at Wills Park on Monday, July 4, 2022 at dusk.
There will be no food trucks this year, but families are encouraged to pack a picnic meal.
If you want to bring a propane grill, you’ll need to apply for a permit. No charcoal grills are allowed.
Wills Park is located at:
11925 Wills Rd.
Alpharetta, GA 30009
More info here
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Know before you go… Bring a blanket or lawn chairs. You can have a tent or pop-up canopy during your picnic time, but you must take it down at sunset (which is at 8:51 p.m. on the Fourth) so you’re not blocking anyone’s view of the fireworks. You may also want to bring a flashlight, bug spray, and bottled water Alcohol and tobacco are prohibited in the park, per city ordinance. Grilling will be a hassle — charcoal is prohibited, and propane grills require a permit from city hall. Personal fireworks are prohibited — and this includes sparklers. Pets are discouraged because of the noise, but if you bring a dog, s/he must be leashed at all times.
Parking is available in the area of Wills Park at:
- The Alpharetta Community Center
- Wills Park Recreation Center
- Wills Park near the Wacky World Playground
Note that the city will close Wills Road when the lots at Wills Park are full — so get there early!