Red, White, & Boom is happening tomorrow, Saturday, July 3, 2021. The weather will be perfect and everyone will be celebrating America's 245th birthday. A lot of people will be downtown all weekend long, especially leading up to the fireworks. The City of Davenport has announced parking details ahead of Saturday's festivities to make sure you're prepared.

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If you're like the thousands of other people who are attending Red, White, & Boom! tomorrow, you're going to want to know how to get to downtown Davenport and get a parking spot. The City of Davenport has released all the information you need to know before you venture downtown on Saturday.

In a social media post on Friday, Davenport city officials released a map that shows where you can park and things happenings leading up to the fireworks at 9:30 p.m. Officials are reminding people that parking will be free in all Davenport parking ramps downtown from 5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 3.

Those three parking ramps in downtown Davenport are:

  • Redstone Parking Ramp – 101 Main St.
  • Harrison Parking Ramp – 202 Harrison St.
  • RiverCenter Parking Ramp – 102 E 2nd St.

Davenport officials strongly encourage the use of these ramps as they will provide easy exit access after the festivities.

At 11:00 p.m. the top floor of the Harrison & Redstone ramps will close to the public.

Officials also stated that to ensure the safety of all residents, no alcohol or the discharge of fireworks is permitted in public parking ramps.

The City of Davenport asks that those attending the Red, White, & Boom! festivities to please be patient and allow additional time entering and leaving downtown.

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