Fourth of July Fireworks Displays

Find out when South Fayette, Scott, Mt. Lebanon and Green Tree are having their fireworks displays and community events.

The 2012 Fourth of July celebration will include fireworks and community events around the area this week.

Whether it’s swimming at the pool, cooking out with friends or finding a great place to watch the evening fireworks display, there will be plenty of fun things to do.

South Fayette, Scott, Mt. Lebanon and Green Tree are a few of the South Hills communities that are having fireworks displays or community events.


South Fayette Fourth of July Fireworks

July 3 – 9:45 p.m.

Fireworks will be fired from El Rancho Field on Hickory Grade Road. The fireworks can be seen around the area, although you’ll be able to get a great view as long as you can see the cell phone tower near the Abele Business Park behind the former Star City Theater. If there is rain Tuesday night, the fireworks will be delayed until Wednesday night. If rain continues on July 4, it will be pushed backed to Thursday night.


July 4 – 9:30 p.m.

Fireworks will be fired from Scott Township Park near Scott Pool. The fireworks will appear on the Fourth of July at the Scott Township Park. Many great places to watch the fireworks include Lindsay Road, the township building, Raceway Plaza and Collier Town Square.


Mt. Lebanon Fourth of July Fireworks and Events

July 4 – 9:30 p.m.

Fireworks will be shot from the Mt. Lebanon Cemetery along Washington Road this year because of construction at the high school. The Uptown section of the township will be the best place to watch the fireworks, and Washington Road will be closed between Bower Hill Road and Lebanon Avenue from 7 to 11 p.m. so people can watch the display from the street. There will also be the traditional Community Day at Mt. Lebanon Park beginning at noon.


Green Tree Fourth of July Celebration

July 4 – Noon to 3 p.m. at Wilson Park Pool

There will be a cookout at noon, raffles, music, games and swimming. Wilson Park Pool closes at 5 p.m. on July 4.


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