Brooklyn Heights Braces Itself for the Fourth

Much of Brooklyn Heights will be a “No Parking” zone from 11:00 p.m. Sunday, July 3 until 11:00 p.m. Monday, July 4th. There’s a list of streets on which parking will be prohibited, and some of which, at police discretion, may be declared closed or “frozen zones”, supplied by the Brooklyn Heights Association here.

Gothamist touts the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, along with Brooklyn Bridge Park, as primo fireworks viewing spots, but warns of “typical five hour waits”.


Meanwhile, a phalanx of portable potties await their date with destiny.

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  • Jorale-man

    Any reports from the front lines? Lots of people coming down Joralemon Street this evening, some police, but nothing disorderly seeming.

  • Teresa

    Clark Street was pretty mellow all day and through the fireworks.

  • MaryT

    A couple of hours for walkers to exit at Clark and Cadman, as usual. The crowds were cool (and wet). Lot of unnecessary horn honking from drivers – that’s new. But a good show all around, up river and down. We especially liked the golden falls and the dazzles.

    Claude – I tried to attach a 99k photo, but Discus isn’t accepting. Says “try later”.

  • Claude Scales

    Should work. Have you tried again?