The Town of Greenwich will present firework displays at Binney Park and Greenwich Point Park. Both displays are scheduled for Saturday, July 6, with a rain date of Sunday, July 7.
The Binney Park Show will start at approximately 9:10pm and the Greenwich Point Show will begin at approximately 9:35pm.
It is strongly recommended that anyone planning to attend either display and especially the Greenwich Point display arrive early and bring a working flashlight.
Binney Park Fireworks are open to everyone. No Park Pass required. Follow the instructions of Police Officers who will be assisting drivers, pedestrians and bikers. There are a number of nearby lots that are available for parking on a first-come, first-serve basis, including Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, Old Greenwich Train Stations, Perrot Memorial Library and Old Greenwich School.
There will be No Parking on the entire length of Binney Park Drive, from Wesskum Wood Road by the tennis courts to Arch Street near the railroad tunnel on the day of the fireworks. Parking for vehicles with handicap permits will be provided in Binney Park near the tennis courts and will be under the direction of Police Officers beginning at 4:30pm. Please show permit to the Police Officers for assistance.
Greenwich Point Fireworks. Normal rules for access to Greenwich Point will be in effect. Valid Park Passes for 2019will be required of residents all day and single entry pass and single entry parking passes will be required of non-seasonal pass holders until 5:00pm.
After 5:00pm, non-seasonal pass holders will only need a single entry parking pass. Single entry passes and single entry parking passes for non-seasonal pass holders may be purchased at Eastern Greenwich Civic Center or Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center, Monday –Friday, (except Holidays) from 9:00am–6:00pm only. Residents who have updated residency status for 2019may purchase single entry tickets online. Tickets must be printed and presented at the gate. Please note that Greenwich Point will be closed once parking has reached its capacity or 8:30pm, whichever comes first.
Greenwich Point will still be open to walkers, joggers and bicyclists under normal regulations.
It is important to remember that once the Parking has reached capacity and the Greenwich Point is closed to vehicles, cars will not be permitted in or near Greenwich Point.
This means you will not be able to drop-off or pick-up passengers before or after the event.