It's the number one question every Fourth of July: Where will you watch the fireworks this year? Now is the time to find that perfect place to watch the sky light up — whether you find a spot in the park or on your roof — there are numerous fireworks shows in the Bay Area this holiday.
Below is CBS San Francisco's full list of Independence Day activities, including parades, concerts, barbecues, and official fireworks displays. These are organized alphabetically, by name of community for easy use — followed by date, time and location information.
Monday, July 4. Alameda's 4th of July Parade at 10 a.m. is the 2nd longest Independence Day parade in the nation. It's followed by a festival, but no fireworks.
Monday, July 4. Parade at 10 a.m. in downtown. No Fireworks.