GENEVA, Ala. (WDHN)—With July Fourth less than a week away, local police are already preparing for
one of their “busiest nights” of the year.

Geneva’s Police Captain, Michael McDuffie, says even though the City of Two Rivers allows the full spectrum of firecrackers and fireworks. The main issues are residential noise complaints, and shooting the explosives at personal property and individuals.

The Geneva area chamber of commerce invites everyone to join
them for fun, food, and fireworks to celebrate Independence Day a few days
early at Robert Fowler Park.

It’ll take place beginning at four o’clock this Saturday night, June second. Admission is “free”, and many families consider it one of the best public firework shows’ in the Tri-State.