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Where to buy fireworks in Alhambra


LA Chinese Alliance Church

320 Cypress Ave
Alhambra , CA 91801 United States

Fans of Piccolo Petes and Morning Glories can line up starting Saturday to buy fireworks at Alhambra's 14 fireworks stands. While fireworks sales are banned throughout most of Los Angeles County, Alhambra residents can buy "Safe and Sane" fireworks as part of an annual fundraiser for the city's nonprofits. Check out the interactive map below to find your nearest fireworks stand.

For those not interested in putting on a mini-fireworks show on their street, the city will host next Friday its annual Fourth of July celebration and fireworks show at Almansor Park. The event will start at 1 p.m. with carnival and picnic games and live entertainment, and conclude at 9 p.m with the city's fireworks show.

Alhambra City Council urged residents during Monday's City Council meeting to attend the day-long event. "We have these activities every single year, but each and every year we try to make it bigger and we try to make it better and we hope the residents appreciate it," said Vice Mayor Gary Yamauchi.

Check out the map of all the fireworks stands in Alhambra:

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3 thoughts on “Where to buy fireworks in Alhambra”

  1. Yes, its that time again. The annual ritual of setting off explosives in the streets. Otherwise normal people get their one chance per year to set the city on fire.

    We have seat belt laws, but somehow people are allowed light fireworks. It doesn’t make sense to me.

  2. It is a shame that we can buy fireworks anywhere in Alhambra.

    1. Go away control freak.