Fireworks display in Kyle to celebrate Independence Day
By Sahar Chmais
Kyle’s Independence Day celebration will return this year with a little surprise in the show and with looser regulations than last year.
In 2020, residents were invited to watch the show from their small spots marked by orange cones that distanced the groups. This year, there will be no regulations regarding COVID-19. However, one tradition continued last year – music.
KAZI 88.7 will once again be playing music to accompany the fireworks and celebration.
Fireworks will be launched from the Plum Creek Golf Course (PCGC) at sunset around 9 p.m. on Sunday, July 4, but residents cannot watch from the course. Residents can watch the show from the Hays CISD Performing Arts Center, 979 Kohlers Crossing and on cobblestone grounds around the intersection of Kohlers and Kyle Parkway for the safest viewing locations.
The city is asking pet owners to protect animals by keeping them at home, indoors and away from fireworks and their loud noises. Kyle also reminds residents that it is illegal to sell, use or unload fireworks in the city, except under special permits authorized by the city or in the fire code adopted by the city. .
Anyone who violates the order can be charged with a Class C misdemeanor and can be fined up to $ 2,000.