Annual July 4th Fireworks Show at Geist Announces Blast Location

Fireworks to be shot from floating barge just south of previous “Blast on the Bridge” events

June 15, 2020 – GEIST RESERVOIR, IN – City of Fishers officials announced that the blast location of this year’s July 4th fireworks show will be from a floating barge just south of the small island in the Geist Marina. Due to social distancing guidelines, the Fall Creek Road bridge will not close and be open to vehicular traffic.

The Geist Lake Coalition has worked with Fishers Parks Department to transfer responsibility for the annual fireworks show to the City of Fishers for 2020 and beyond. Sponsorships and donations to cover the cost of the fireworks will no longer be solicited by the Geist Lake Coalition.  Any questions regarding the annual fireworks show can be answered by the City of Fishers by Sarah Sandquist, Director of Parks & Recreation at sandquists@fishers.in.us or 317-595-3117.

About the Geist Lake Coalition

The Geist Lake Coalition is an Indiana nonprofit corporation formed in 2000 with the mission of addressing and upholding the longevity of Geist Reservoir. Since their early days, the all-volunteer group have been the stewards of Geist Reservoir organizing clean-up days, educating people within the watershed of fertilizer best practices, and tackling invasive Eurasian milfoil and aquatic weeds. For more information, visit GeistLakeCoalition.org.

About the Geist Conservancy District

Organized as a subcommittee of the Geist Lake Coalition, the Geist Conservancy District encompasses approximately 3,900 freeholders in 40 neighborhoods that surround Geist Reservoir. Over the past few years, organizers have been educating residents within the proposed district of the costs and benefits of creating a special benefits taxing district. Under the Indiana Conservancy Act (IC 14-33), organizers were required to obtain the signatures of at least 15% of the stakeholders within the proposed district – they obtained more than double the requirement. For more information, visit GeistConservancy.com.