Jul 04, 2018
Run Crime Out Of Roseville! 5K/10K Fun Run/Walk
Please join the Roseville Crime Stoppers at Royer Park, 7:20am (10K) or 7:45am (5k) on the 4th of July, to kick off the 4th of July celebration with your family, neighbors and friends. Originally founded to support anonymous tips, this fun-filled event has expanded to also raise funds to purchase specialized equipment used by local law enforcement, provide scholarships for youth and educate participants on crimes affecting the community.
Come out for the return of the Independence Day parade! The parade begins at 9:00am at the intersection of Riverside/Vernon/Douglas, continues along Vernon Street past the Civic Center, turns right on Lincoln Street before turning right again onto Park Drive. Be sure to arrive early to get your preferred viewing spot.
Parade Entry Application
Parade Rules & Guidelines
Royer Park Activities
Stay for the fun after the parade in Royer Park from 10:00am – 1:00pm. Enjoy the sounds of the Capitol Pops Concert Band, courtesy of Performing Arts of Roseville, while kids have fun with face painting, balloon artists, visiting the mobile library and taking photos with Captain America and Wonder Woman. (No bounce houses). Food available for purchase.
The City of Roseville is not hosting a fireworks celebration at Placer County Fairgrounds (The Grounds) this year as part of service reductions approved last year.
June 30th &
Celebrate America is a community event celebrating our great nation. This event brings many neighboring cities together to enjoy a show including aerial fireworks, a tribute to the military, patriotic musical favorites presented by a large choir, and stirring reenactments of historic moments in our nation’s history.
Celebrate America also includes an expanded Kid Zone, a pre-show line-up of bands and local talent, and great food vendors. This presentation is sponsored by Destiny Community Center as a gift to Rocklin and surrounding communities.
Where: Twin Oaks Park, 5500 Park Dr Rocklin, CA 95765
When: June 30 & July 1, 2018 | Gates open at 4:00 PM
Cost: Free Admission
Please note that fireworks will take place both nights.
More Info about parking, rules and more can be found on the Celebrate America website.