CORAL SPRINGS, FL – The pandemic has changed the way Coral Springs residents live, work and play -- including the way they will celebrate the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.

It’s not clear yet if the traditional fireworks event at Mullins Park will go on, be changed or canceled.

But here’s what is known: the city government is organizing a parade that will visit neighborhoods throughout the city.

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“We’re planning a new way to celebrate the Fourth of July,” Frank Babinec, the city manager, said this week.

The parade of city cars and trucks  – including vehicles from the police and fire departments – will go to different neighborhoods in honor of the nation’s birthday.

More details about the parade route and times will be made public in the coming weeks, Babinec said.


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