Long Beach, California – The Downtown Long Beach Alliance has arranged for a fireworks display to light up the Long Beach sky at midnight on January 1st, 2022.
There will be no public New Year’s Eve party downtown this year during the fireworks display organized by the DLBA with the cooperation of Shoreline Village and the city’s Economic Development Department. However, the community will have the opportunity to enjoy the day before and after the fireworks display in downtown restaurants and entertainment venues.
Long Beach police and fire officials will be patrolling the city to prevent impaired driving as well as private fireworks being set off. Authorities are also reminding residents that every fireworks violation will be fined $1,000, or six months in prison, or both.
Residents are asked to report illegal fireworks online at cityprosecutordoughaubert.com/fireworks/register.php or by calling 562-435-6711.
The New Year’s Eve fireworks show is open to the public and is free of charge.