Neighborhood Network News: June 24, 2020
By Office of Communication
Posted on June 24, 2020, June 24, 2020

June 25, 2020 — Editor's Note: The Arlington Independence Day Parade has now been canceled to slow the spread of coronavirus. The July 3 fireworks event will go on as planned. 

From pool parties to fireworks, there are still plenty of ways to safely celebrate summer. We've rounded up a few ideas. Here is your latest to-do list. 

✅ Enjoy a socially-distanced 4th of July

Arlington's Independence Day traditions are still scheduled this year, but expect a few changes. Head to Globe Life Field Friday, July 3 to watch fireworks from your car. Parking lot gates open at 8 p.m. Then visit Downtown Arlington Saturday morning for the annual Independence Day parade. Click here for more information on this year's festivities, including safety protocols. 

✅ Maximize your sprinkler system (and lower your water bill)

Join the Tarrant Regional Water District Saturday, July 18 for a free DIY sprinkler repair course. The class will be held virtually to allow for distancing. Click here to enroll. 

✅ Plan your next pool party

Arlington Parks & Recreation will begin hosting private pool parties Sunday, July 5. You can reserve your spot beginning June 26. Click here to learn more. 

✅ Keep our community safe and businesses open

Wearing a mask, social distancing and practicing good hygiene are the best ways to stay healthy and keep Arlington open. Click here to learn more about safely going out.

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