|July 4, 2017
||LCPOA Annual 4th of July Parade and Picnic
||10:00AM - 1:00PM
Come Enjoy a Lake Country Tradition!
Celebrate Independence Day with us on Tuesday, July 4th 2017
The Association is holding its Annual Independence Day Parade & Celebration. Join us and start the holiday off with a BANG!
The parade will wind its way through the streets of Lake Country Estates starting at the Lake Country Christian School parking lot down to LCPOA Waterfront Park and Boat Launch.
At Waterfront Park, we will be serving Hot Dogs, Watermelon and Water. There will be two inflated slip-and-slides at the park for the adults and kids! Swim suits recommended.
If you want to be in the parade (no signup necessary), come to the Lake Country Christian School parking lot (7050 Lake Country Dr.) at 9:30am. Bring your best floats for show such as cars, trucks, motorcycles, golf carts, tractors, 4 wheelers etc...
Note: All vehicles must be able to maintain a minimum speed of 15mph for the entire parade route.
The Parade Starts at 10am Sharp!
Get your Lawn Chairs, Find a Good Spot and
Enjoy a Lake Country Tradition
All Free and Courtesy of the Lake Country Property Owners Association
For your safety, we ask you to not enter the street during the parade.
Pursuant to City of Fort Worth Ordinance 19255-08-2010 the Lake Country Property Owners Association,Inc. 8101
Boat Club Rd. STE #240, PMB #110, Fort Worth, TX 76179 (817) 566-2963 serves notice to all residents the Association
will hold the Annual Independence Day Parade on July 4th, 2017 from 10am until 11am upon the streets of Lake
Country Estates, Fort Worth TX.
ORDINANCE NO. 19255-08-2010
ARTICLE XII. OUTDOOR EVENTS
DIVISION 9. NEIGHBORHOOD EVENTS AND NEIGHBORHOOD PARADES
Sec. 20-438. Permit Process
(b) Petition, Application and Notice Requirements
(4) Established Neighborhood Parade.
d. Notice of the Established Neighborhood Events approved in the Annual Permit must be provided to all
residents no later than fifteen (15) days before the event by the United States mail, electronic mail, hand
delivery, the neighborhood newsletter, signs posted on Private Property or through the normal and c
ustomary method of communicating with that particular neighborhood.